Kirk View is a smart, newly refurbished holiday flat, in a leafy Victorian area of the coastal town of Kirkcaldy.
The flat is on the upper floor of a two storey building. . Pleasant 5 min walk to town centre, and 10 min walk to bus and train stations. It's within easy reach of beaches & public parks with lots of activities for children.
The flat has a modern central heating system.
The lounge: an attractive living room with lots of character, including original cornicing and central rose with lighting controlled by a dimmer switch. Television with Freeview, DVD player, CD player with wall-mounted speakers. Broadband with WiFi.
The master bedroom: double bed, bedside tables, large inbuilt wardrobe. South facing with attractive views over the gardens to the magnificent 200ft spire of St Brycedale Kirk. Bed linen and towels provided for up to 4 guests.
The second bedroom: with two full size single beds, inbuilt wardrobe, bedside table, etc..
Kitchen: modern kitchen with electric cooker, gas hobs, fridge/freezer, microwave, washing machine. Garden.
Things to do in Kirkcaldy: Shopping: The lively pedestrianised shopping centre is a pleasant 5 mins walk from your apartment packed with shops and dozens of cafes and restaurants to suit all tastes and pockets.
Adam Smith Theatre: Whilst in Kirkcaldy, take in a show at the Theatre. Kirkcaldy Museum & Art Gallery: Visit the local history display, museum shop & Wemyss café. Works by Scottish artists including Kirkcaldy-born Jack Vettriano. Cluny Clays: 9 hole golf course, golf driving range, pigeon shooting, air rifles, archery etc. Kirkcaldy Golf Course: A keen golfer, then play Kirkcaldy Golf Course designed by golfing legend, Old Tom Morris. Beveridge Park : Boating lake, ducks, playing fields, woodland walks, park, bouncy castle in summer, flower gardens, children’s play park. Ravenscraig Castle, Kirkcaldy: 15th C. overlooking the Forth. The park has extensive lawns, woodland and coastal walks and children's play facilities. Dysart: Short attractive coastal walk, harbour, boats, cottages, visitor centre.
Exploring the Coast to the East of Kirkcaldy: Explore the picturesque & historic villages on the Fife Coastal Path on foot, or by car or bus. Walk from Kirkcaldy via Dysart to West Wemyss, passing the enchanting 16th century Chapel Garden wall and ruins of a 16th C.house. Leven: a medium sized town, long sandy beach with adjacent golf course, amusement arcades. Largo: ancient fishing village where Alexander Selkirk, on whom Daniel Defoe based his Robinson Crusoe character, was born.
Elie, Earlsferry, St Monans, Pittenweem, Anstruther, Crail: string of incredibly picturesque old fishing villages, with coastal walks and street after street of ancient fishermen's cottages to stroll along. Elie has a large sandy beach with family water sport facilities. St Monans has a windmill. Pittenweem is still a centre for fishing. Anstruther is a lively village with lots of boats, cafes and Fisheries Museum. Crail has a lovely old harbour.
St Andrews: Lively, sophisticated university town and golf capital with remains of castle & cathedral.
Exploring West from Kirkcaldy and Inland: Kinghorn: Walk to attractive old harbour along coastal path. Aberdour: Beautiful Silversands is a secluded sandy beach in a sheltered bay. Visit 14th C. castle and down a pint in an Aberdour Pub. - its a short car or train journey.
Visit North Quensferry & Deep Sea World with its underwater tunnel and large collection of sharks. Take a boat trip to Inchcolme Island And Abbey with its fantastic bird life.
Culross: perfectly preserved medieval Scottish town complete with cobbled streets, visit the Abbey and Church, the 17th C. Town House and 'Palace'.
Travel a litle Inland to the historic town of Dunfermline, birthplace of several Scottish Kings, to Stirling with its magnificent castle on the hill, and Falkland Palace, Have a day by the lake at Loch Leven, and take a boat trip to its island castle. Visit Castle Campbell & Dollar Glen
4 or 5 trains an hour from Kirkcaldy from early morning to late at night to the vibrant cosmopolitan city of Edinburgh, and beyond to Glasgow.