John McDouall Stuart View is located in the quiet village of Dysart. Within the apartment there is a spacious living/dining area, with a large dining table that seats 6, and plenty of comfortable seating where you can relax and take in the breath-taking views out to sea. Within the living room there is a Smart TV with DVD player, a selection of DVD’s and books. The lounge area has one armchair and a three seater couch.
Off the living room is a well-equipped kitchen with hob, oven, microwave, dishwasher, toaster, kettle and fridge. Within the kitchen you will find all of the essentials that you would need in a kitchen, including tea, coffee, sugar, salt and pepper. A washing machine/dryer is located in a cupboard off the living room.
On the upper floor is a comfortable double bedroom with sloped ceiling and lovely sea views.
The bed can be made up as a super-king bed or two singles. (Please confirm which set up you would like). We can provide a third guest with a camp bed set up in the bedroom as well. There is also a modern bathroom with toilet, sink and shower on the upper level next to the bedroom.
Freshly-laundered towels and bed-linen are all provided. There is a cot, high chair and camp bed available on request
The apartment on the first and second floors of the property, the first floor is accessed via an external stone staircase. Within the main hallway there is a second flight of stairs to the bedroom and bathroom. There is no lift access.
This is a non-smoking property and we do not allow pets.
There is plenty of parking on the street outside the apartment and on the high street behind the property.
John McDouall Stuart View is an ideal stopping-off point if you are en-route to the Highlands, looking for close links to Fife's world-famous golf courses, or walking the Fife Coastal Path.
The apartment is owned by Fife Historic Buildings Trust, a local Building Preservation Trust. It is a company limited by guarantee and has charitable status. It was formed in 1997 primarily for the purpose of saving and restoring historic buildings in Fife which are at risk. We are very proud of our beautiful historic building and would love to welcome you here.
John McDouall Stuart was born in this house in 1815 and later emigrated ‘down under’ where he led the first expedition to cross Australia from south to north in 1862. He is a celebrated figure in Australia, where he has a 950-mile highway named after him. The holiday apartment occupies the upper two floors of a three-storey B-listed building. The rooms have been decorated in keeping with the style of the building, retaining period features, such as the window shutters.