Edina Cottage is a delightful traditional self catering property in the attractive fishing village of Pittenweem in the East Neuk of Fife. With a superb location right in the heart of this historic village lying just a short walk from the village amenities including the shop, harbour, library, church, cafes and fish and chip bar.
Routine Row is a quiet area in the upper part of the village. Edina Cottage sits at the end of the lane and has a dedicated parking space nearby.
On the lower floor is a large lounge with log burning stove, dining table, TV and Wi-Fi.
The kitchen leads to a lovely garden which has a summerhouse, picnic table and chairs. Also on this floor is a shower room with toilet and washing machine.
Pittenweem is a traditional East Neuk fishing port rather than a seaside resort which each year holds a highly respected Arts Festival. With its historic working Harbour, home to a fleet of fishing boats, trawlers and small creel boats all adding to the town’s enduring charm and lively atmosphere, all year round.
Many of the picturesque houses around the harbour are of traditional Fife design with red pantile or grey-slate roofs with Dutch style crow-step gables and some have been restored by the National Trust for Scotland.
The large lounge has a corner sofa, two armchairs and a dining table with four chairs. The woodburning stove will ensure you are cozy on cooler nights. The gas fired central heating keeps the whole cottage perfectly heated.
The well-equipped kitchen should have everything you need.
Also on this floor is a shower room with WC and basin that also has a washing machine installed.
Upstairs are two bedrooms, one with king size bed and ensuite shower room with bath. The second bedroom has twin beds. Both rooms overlook the nearby church and row of cottages.