‘The Den at Culross’ is a new business venture based at Blairhall Mains Farm, a family run arable farm, near the historic village of Culross,
The cottage is ideal for family holidays and short breaks with a fantastic location on a working farm.
The village of Culross is less than a mile away. The village itself is beautiful and full of character and was one of the film locations used in the TV series ‘Outlander’.
The cottage has stunning open views over farmland, onto the hills and mountains beyond. It is perfectly located to just sit back and relax or to enjoy many outdoor activities, such as walking, cycling or horse riding.
The cottage sleeps 4 and all accommodation is on one level, wheelchair accessible with a ramp to the rear door. There is a private garden, plenty of parking space and Wi-fi throughout.
Pets are welcome by arrangement. There are many places to walk and explore with your dogs in the area with the Devilla Forest on our doorstep as well as access to the network of walkways, cycleways and bridlepaths.
We are very centrally located and within easy reach of many of the major cities by car or rail. We have excellent road links with easy access to the motorways, making us an ideal base if you wish to travel further afield.
There are many activities to enjoy and places to visit in the local area. Walkers, cyclists and horse riders can access the network of paths including the Fife Coastal Path and theWest Fife Cycle Way as well as exploring in the Devilla Forest.
Please note that SatNavs will not bring you directly to us as there are other properties with the same postcode. Please use the following directions as you travel along the A985.
We are approximately 4 miles from the Kincardine Bridge. As you cross over the Kincardine Bridge keep right onto the A985 which takes you round the bottom of Kincardine. At the roundabout take the 2nd exit staying on the A985. Travel through the Devilla Forest and we are the 2nd farm on your left, just before the B9037 road to Blairhall.
We are approximately 14 miles from the Forth Road Bridge. From Rosyth head West onto the A985. At each roundabout continue on the A985. Do not turn right onto the B9037 that SatNav will try to take you, we are the next farm on your right after that junction.