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Fluthers Wood
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Fluthers Wood

Pets Allowed:   No
Smoking Allowed:   No
Special Diets:   Yes
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  • A host of picturesque and historic, towns and villages on our doorstep, including Robinson Crusoe's birthplace at Lower Largo.
  • Four golf courses within three miles, including the Open Championship qualifying course at Lundin Links.
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    In an elevated location, overlooking Largo Bay in the golf kingdom of Fife, Fluthers Wood B&B is a charming country cottage in two acres of gardens with private, secure parking.

    We are close to all the East Neuk fishing villages and less than 15 miles from St. Andrews.

    Fluthers Wood is a comfortable and convenient holiday base for walking, cycling, sightseeing, fishing and golf. Fourteen golf courses are within a twelve mile radius while Fife Cycle Ways and the Fife Coastal Walk are also nearby, as well as all the other treasures of the kingdom.

    Evening meals are available by arrangement.
    Please visit our website to view our guest rooms and facilities.

    Rosemary and Drew look forward to helping you get the most from your bed and breakfast experience.

    This property appears courtesy of ClickBedAndBreakfast.co.uk

    Dining Room
    Dining Room
    Guest Lounge
    Guest Lounge
    Double Room
    Double Room

    Pricing and Opening Times
    Seasons Open: Spring, Summer, Autumn.

    Ensuite Double Room: From £25.00 pppn.

    Single occupancy: From £35.00 pppn.

    Family Rooms:
    Single Rooms:
    Double Rooms:
    Twin Rooms:
    Pet Facilities: Pets are not allowed.
    Smoking Facilities: Smoking is not allowed.
    Special Diets Provision: Special diets are catered for. Vegetarian and vegan diets by arrangement.
    Disabled Facilities: There are no disabled facilities.

    Guest Book

    Leven lies on the coast of Largo Bay. Once in Fife, it is easily located from the south via Kirkcaldy and then taking the A915 (Leven and St Andrews route). Once in Leven continue on the A915, straight ahead at traffic lights. You will now pass a small school and then a sports park, both on the left side. About half a mile further on is Letham Glen roundabout - go straight ahead and up Scoonie Brae (a steep hill with a cemetery on the right hand side).
    At the top of this hill the road branches abruptly to the left. Take this left branch. This is the 'Cupar Road' (B927) and you are now within two miles of Fluthers Wood. Continuing up the B927 you will pass three branches to the right, all before our house. The first is signposted for Blacketyside Farm, the second for Bankhead Farm and the third (at the top of a steep hill) is an alternative route for Lundin Links. You are now approximately 100 yards from our gate. Cross two sets of yellow rumble strips and our gateway is on the right hand side behind the trees.
    You have arrived at Fluthers Wood.

    From the West:
    Approach via Glenrothes and then the A911 which links with the A915, east of Windygates - then head for Leven as above.

    From the North:
    Approach via Cupar and then take the A916 heading south. Careful, the A916 and the A914 fork here as you leave Cupar - the A916 is the left fork. Continue on the A916 for approximately six miles (via Craigrothie). Around the six miles mark you will pass a small rural school (Smithygreen) on the left side of a downslope. The B927 (Leven), which you need to take next, is at the bottom of this slope. Branch left onto this B927 and Fluthers Wood is on the left, about half a mile on.

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