About Pittenweem

Pittenweem is a picturesque fishing village with a working harbour on the lovely coastline of the East Neuk of Fife. A 15-minute drive from St Andrews, it is ideally situated to explore this scenic and historical area with a number of National Trust houses and gardens a short drive away. The village hosts a number of galleries and shops. Over the years the clear air and vibrant colours have attracted many artists to the area. In 2016 the Arts Festival will run from Saturday 6 August to Sunday 14 August, 10.00 am to 5.00 pm.

Getting There:

From Anstruther

Leave Anstruther to the west on Pittenweem Road. Enter Pittenweem (approx one mile) take 3rd turn off on the left down towards Harbour. Drive along East Shore past the Larachmhor pub to Mid Shore with the sea on your left. Bruce's Wynd is on the right about 200 yards beyond the pub. Sea Glint is the first house on the left in the small courtyard as you walk up Bruce's Wynd.

By Car

Approaching Pittenweem from the west on the A917 drive straight through the village until you come to the brown sign for Historic Harbour, turn right, sharp left, then right down Abbey Wall Road towards the Harbour. Drive along East Shore past the Larachmhor pub to Mid Shore with the sea on your left. Bruce's Wynd is on the right about 200 yards beyond the pub. Sea Glint is first house on the left in the small courtyard as you walk up Bruce's Wynd.

By Railway

Leuchars is the nearest railway station, approximately 17 miles drive. Taxi or bus services are available.

From Edinburgh Airport

From Edinburgh Airport cross the Forth Bridge on the M90. Turn off at Junction 2a then drive East to Kirkcaldy. Leave Kirkcaldy on the A915 following signs for Windygates then Leven. At Upper Largo take the A917 and proceed as 'By Car'.

Sea Glint, Pittenweem, Cottage to rent 4 persons

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