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Baincraig Lodge

Baincraig Lodge is a very comfortable self-catering cottage, with its own garden and fabulous views south to Falkland and the Lomond Hills.  It is a true home from home, and ideally situated for exploring Fife and the surrounding areas of Scotland, or for visiting family and friends in the area.  It is extremely light, airy and sleeps up to four in two bedrooms.  The Lodge has unlimited broadband wi-fi.

The Lodge is situated on 1/3 acre within the main Baincraig property, which is owned by Sarah and her husband, Alistair, and is the only holiday property at Baincraig.  It is peaceful and secluded, surrounded by farmland, and only 10 minutes walk from the village of Auchtermuchty.  

We do not allow pets, as there are animals in the neighbouring fields.   The Lodge is strictly non-smoking.  


address

Leckiebank Road
Auchtermuchty
KY14 7EB

contact details

Tel: 01337 827955
Web: www.baincraiglodge.co.uk
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Baincraig Lodge provides very comfortable self-catering accommodation in one double bedroom, with a en-suite shower, and one twin bedroom.  There is also a large family bathroom.  The sitting room, dining area and kitchen are open plan and spacious and there is a separate utility area.  The Lodge has central heaing throughout and is fully double-glazed.  Linen, towels and all utilities are included in the price, as is unlimited broadband wi-fi.  

There is a south west facing decking seating area and pleasant garden.  There is a TV, DVD player, CD player and radio, and plenty of books and information about the local area.  

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Baincraig Lodge is located up a farm track, half a mile outside Auchtermuchty, a village in the Howe of Fife.  It is on the A91, about nine miles east of the M90, which is the motorway running north from the Forth Road Bridge to Perth and Dundee.  

Coming from the south on the M90, take Junction 8 signposted for St Andrews.  Continue east for about nine miles. As you approach Auchtermuchty, turn left at the 30mph signs.  Take the third turning on the left.  This a small, tight turn, taking you into Leckiebank Road.  Drive up past the houses and two fields; and then turn right into the drive to Baincraig.

Coming from the north on the M90, take Junction 7 signposted for Stirling/Milnathort.  Turn right, rejoining the M90 going north again and take the next exit at Junction 8, as above.  

Coming from Dundee on the A92, turn right at Melville Lodges roundabout, onto the A91 signposted for Auchtermuchty/Milnathort.  Approximately five miles along this road you will reach Auchtermuchty.  Continue until you pass a pedestrian crossing and turn right up the High Street.  Continue through the village square, past some shops and then the Co-op on your right  Take the third turning on the right into Leckiebank Road.  Drive up past the houses and two fields; and then turn right into the drive to Baincraig.  

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