three bedroom apartment overlooking the Firth of Forth

three bedroom apartment overlooking the Firth of Forth

Andrea

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
1 Bathrooms

About our home

A 1960's ex council flat. Well kept in a rural ex-fishing village beside the Firth of Forth. Stunning views can be seen from every window. Balcony looking out onto the river. The village has a train station with frequent trains to Edinburgh, which is only three stops away. There are also night buses into and out of the city every weekend night.

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More about us

  1. We're a married couple with two small kids under five.

  2. We enjoy country walks in the forest or the beach. We also love films and have a great catalogue of movies.

  3. We get involved with local gardening projects as well as the community cinema.

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Buzzy restaurants
The village boasts to two restaurants. The Wee Restaurant is award winning.
Cool bars
Pop into Edinburgh and come back by Night Bus or just get the train to Dunfermline for a wee drink.
Cozy cafés
The village itself has a classy cafe on the shore
Retail therapy
Head into Edinburgh city centre or up the motorway to Stirling or Dundee.
Bit of culture
Edinburgh Castle, Stirling Castle, Edinburgh Festival in August.
Walks in the park
Beautiful parks in Dunfermline or just a stroll around the village. There is a swing park beside the flat.
Spot of exercise
The village has its own beach and is the beginning of the Fife Coastal Walk.
Day tripping
Edinburgh Glasgow or Stirling for city days out or for family walks head to Devilla Forest, or the East Neuk of Fife, which includes St Andrews.

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