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East Fife Letting Company, Elie, Fife

East Fife Letting Company
Craigforth Cottage
Chapel Green
Earlsferry

Elie
Fife

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A section of luxury 4-Star self-catering rental properties situated in idyllic locations throughout East Fife, an area of outstanding natural beauty (St Andrews 20 mins, Edinburgh 1 hour). Activities for children, sandy beaches and wide selection of golf courses make these luxury holiday homes an ideal base for both families and golfers alike seeking a relaxing retreat.

All property rentals include the provision of bed linen, towels, gas and electricity. Catering can be arranged for large parties if required.

As a small family run agency our aim is to provide a very high level of service to all visitors.

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Ratings/Awards: Visit Scotland 4 Star
Tourist Board Members: Yes
Months Open: All Year
Number of Units: 10
Unit Type: Cottages, houses, apartments
Price Guide: £590 - £1050
Nearest Major Town: St Andrews
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