Click for 5 day Elie Weather
Wed
16 Oct
Max 12°C
Min 7°C
SSE.gif
6-7 mph
Moderate rain
Provided by Weather2
Elie

Information

County - Fife | Map
Tel code: 01333 | code search
Postcode: KY9 | code search
Population: 940
Elie Jobs
Visitor reports

Add your shop free
Folk Customs:
Ceres Bannockburn Games

Visitor's Views

My heart was left in Elie 52 years ago (1959)when ...More

Best rates for a Local Hotel

| Events in Elie | 10 Places to Stay

Elie is situated on the southern side of the East Neuk, between Lower Largo and St. Monans. The former royal burgh comprises of Elie and its twin town Earlsferry, the two formerly merged in 1929. Originally a fishing village Elie is now a small holiday resort popular with golfers, sailors and surfers. The High Street contains various shops, restaurants and pubs, including the Ship Inn famous for playing cricket on the beach. The Parish Church on the High Street dates back to 1639, the clock tower only has three faces as there were no buildings to the rear at the time. Another building with finest traditional architecture is the 15th/16th century Castle in South Street. At low tide Elie has miles of golden sand; the beach has been accredited with a ‘Blue Flag Award.’ Along the coastal path stands the first but small Lighthouse in the East Neuk. Further on the partially restored Lady’s Tower built in Ruby Bay as a summerhouse for Lady Janet Anstruther in the mid 18th century. Dolphins and seals are seen close to shore. There is a Watersports Centre, hiring anything from mountain-bikes to sailing-boats. The sheltered harbour is ideal for sailing and windsurfing. Elie has an 18 hole golf course, sports club, tennis courts and driving range.

Attraction

Elie Harbour Beach
Ruby Bay Beach

Care Home

Earlsferry House Care Home

Cottage

Queens View

Doctor

Elie Surgery

Golf Club

Golf House Club

Pub and Bar

Ship Inn
Station Buffet Bar

Restaurant

Ship Inn

School

Elie Primary School

Shops

McPherson Pharmacy

Places to Stay near Elie

map

Monturpie Guest House (4.34 miles)

Monturpie Guest House
MONTURPIE GUEST HOUSE is a traditional stone built farmhouse modernised to a high standard. Situated in an elevated position it commands magnificent views over the Firth of Forth towards Edinburgh and the Lothians. The B&B is ... More
map

Crusoe Hotel (4.66 miles)

Crusoe Hotel
Relax and enjoy the comforts of the Crusoe Hotel, Lower Largo. Largo is famed as the birthplace of Alexander Selkirk, the real life castaway, whose adventures inspired Daniel Defoe's Robinson Crusoe.

It is surrounded by ... More
map website

The Bank (4.97 miles)

The Bank
The Bank is situated with one of the finest views in Anstruther where the Dreel Burn merges with the Firth of Forth. The Bank offers something for everyones tastes whether it's from our Bar Lunch ... More | visit website
map website

Lundin Links Hotel (5.13 miles)

Lundin Links Hotel

Built in the year 1900, this country home style hotel has retained its former Edwardian elegance and many of its ... We can tailor a golfing holiday to suit you, and we are just 15 ... More | visit website

map website

Inn At Lathones (5.28 miles)

Inn At Lathones

St Andrews Oldest Coaching Inn

21 beautiful modern bedrooms, including two suites and 6 luxury bedrooms (opened 2008), The Inn has become well known for its award winning food and has been awarded 2 AA rosettes ... More | visit website

map website

Old Manor Country House Hotel (5.45 miles)

Old Manor Country House Hotel

This country house hotel offers warm hospitality and friendly accommodation in a picturesque seaside village, overlooking Largo Bay. The Old Manor Hotel is an ideal location for your short break with safe sandy beaches, golf, ... More | visit website

map website

Bankhead House (6.87 miles)

Bankhead House
A tranquil countryside retreat, Bankhead offers spacious and comfortable accommodation with glorious, panoramic views over the Firth of Forth to the Bass Rock in the east, the coast and hills of East Lothian, and to ... More | visit website
map website

The Old Station (8.04 miles)

The Old Station
The Old Station; St Andrews; is a refurbished Victorian railway station set in 2 acres of delightful gardens just 2 miles from St Andrews; the Home of Golf. Just 5 minutes drive from St Andrews; ... More | visit website
map book

Ceres Cottage (8.91 miles)

Ceres Cottage

More Information

Ceres Cottage is a quaint C Listed Cottage with 2 bedrooms in conservation village with great amenities. Situated close to St Andrews and a huge range of golf courses, this ... More

map book

Balcomie Links Hotel (9.10 miles)

Balcomie Links Hotel

More Information

Balcomie Links is a friendly, family run small hotel, situated on the outskirts of Crail near St Andrew's.
In Fife's famous and sheltered East Neuk, this is one of the sunniest corners ... More

Brit Quote:
'Not many sounds in life exceed in interest an unexpected knock at the door' - Charles Lamb
More Quotes

On this day:
The Houses of Parliament burn down - 1834, Jane Eyre Published - 1847, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe Published - 1950, First Edition of Blue Peter - 1958
More dates from British history

click here to view all the British counties

County Pages