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Rhum Cottage is a ground-floor semi-detached cottage resting in Peat Inn near Ceres in Fife. Hosting two double bedrooms, along with a shower room, this property can sleep up to four guests. There is an open-plan living space with a kitchen and a sitting area with a woodburning stove. To the outside, there is a private patio with seating, while off-road parking is available. Rhum Cottage is a homely dwelling in a quiet corner of Scotland.
The tranquil Scottish village of Ceres is a pretty destination with access to the Ceres Moor from Cupar and St Andrews, boasting an Annual Games at the village green, a village store, tea room and pub, as well as a museum and pottery shop. Nearby attractions include The Fife Pilgrim Way, and is just a short car ride away from Cupar, Level, Fife and St. Andrews to discover even more wonders of Scotland, making Ceres a quiet spot for an idyllic getaway.
All ground-floor. Two double bedrooms. Shower room with walk-in shower, basin and WC. Open-plan living area with kitchen and sitting room
Fife is found on the east coast of Scotland, north of Edinburgh and to the east of Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park. It is a superb county, great for short breaks or more action packed get-aways as well as family holidays. Boasting quaint fishing villages, fantastic coastal views and spectacular beaches, lush fertile countryside and delightful attractions, Fife is an excellent location for a Luxury self-catering break. Fife is also considered to be the ‘Home of Golf’ so for anyone looking to enjoy a few games whilst on their stay; Fife is definitely the place to visit. With over 45 high quality courses, golf has been a way of life for Fife for 500 years, with the golfing Mecca of St Andrews at the county’s heart you bound to find a brilliant course to keep you occupied throughout your stay. As well as golf, Fife offers the opportunity to take part in other activities such as walking, cycling, and fishing, mountain biking, karting, flying and great driving experiences. If keeping active isn’t really your thing then there is a variety of attractions in Fife for your enjoyment. Abbot House, Aberdour Castle and Kellie Castle and garden are just a few of the many historic attractions that you may wish to visit. Family fun can also be had at Deep Sea world, Fife Animal Park or Scotland’s Secret Bunker. With such a natural larder to hand its not wonder that the food and local produce found in Fife is just delicious. If you don’t feel like cooking be sure to venture out to a local restaurant to experience Fife’s fresh produce from the sea, field or kitchen. For the perfect luxury accommodation for your family, search Luxury family self-catering.