Traditional cottage with private parking
Beautiful lounge to sit back and relax
Cosy open fire
A great space to relax and unwind after a day out exploring
Character features throughout the cottage
Galley kitchen overlooking the garden
Dining room
Double bedroom
Double bedroom with views over the garden
Twin bedroom with views across the garden
Twin bedroom
Country garden seating area
Summerhouse at the top of the garden
Take a walk into the historic town of Culross
Pretty streets of Culross
Old buildings and cobbled streets of Culross
Traditional pretty cottage
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2 / 17  Beautiful lounge to sit back and relax
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4 / 17  A great space to relax and unwind after a day out exploring
5 / 17  Character features throughout the cottage
6 / 17  Galley kitchen overlooking the garden
7 / 17  Dining room
8 / 17  Double bedroom
9 / 17  Double bedroom with views over the garden
10 / 17  Twin bedroom with views across the garden
11 / 17  Twin bedroom
12 / 17  Country garden seating area
13 / 17  Summerhouse at the top of the garden
14 / 17  Take a walk into the historic town of Culross
15 / 17  Pretty streets of Culross
16 / 17  Old buildings and cobbled streets of Culross
17 / 17  Traditional pretty cottage

Ness View Cottage

Culross (1ml), Fife
Sleeps 4
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 1
Change Sat
Dogs welcome 2
4 star
Downstairs bathroom
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Games / Play facilities
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Fishing onsite / nearby
Family friendly
Towels included
Cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • Walk into the beautiful conservation village of Culross
  • Ideal location to explore the lovely Fife coast
  • A short drive from Edinburgh and Stirling
  • The Fife Coastal path is a must for walkers and cyclists
  • Visit the stunning Kelpies
  • Enjoy the gorgeous cottage garden and spend time unwinding listening to the birds
Property code: FF227

In an attractive hamlet close to the shoreline of the Firth of Forth, this quaint cottage has a terraced rear garden and runs up to a wooded hillside with a log cabin ideal as a studio or for alfresco dining.

Dating back to the 1870s this quaint and traditional cottage is located in a small hamlet close to the shores of the Firth of Forth. Formerly the flour shop for the adjoining mill, this attractive and charming cottage is perfectly placed to explore the coast of Fife and surrounding coastline. The Fife coastal path runs right alongside the property and offers miles of fantastic paths and trails for those wishing to explore the area on foot. Ideal for couples, families and friends looking to relax and unwind in this beautiful, quiet location by the Scottish coast.

The cottage has been respectfully modernised and designed to contrast modern-day furnishings with original features such as exposed beams, a stained glass window and a traditional open fireplace. The accommodation is spacious and bright throughout and situated over two floors. As you enter the cottage through the stained-glass front door, you walk into the pretty lounge with an open fire and traditional fireplace, overlooked by an open wooden staircase leading upstairs. The quaint dining room and kitchen offer a cute cottage atmosphere with lovely views out to the garden. Also on the ground floor is the bathroom with a shower over the bath and WC. On the first floor is one double bedroom and one twin bedroom, both with sloped ceilings and views out over the garden.

The cottage benefits from a spacious terraced rear garden that leads up to a secluded summerhouse surrounded by woodland. The garden is private and tranquil offering guests a lovely space to sit and drink in the sounds and smells of the stunning natural landscape around them. The summerhouse has a balcony and invites guests to enjoy a BBQ or some alfresco dining whilst catching up on each other’s tales of adventures.

Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.

  • 2 bedrooms - 1 double and 1 twin
  • 1 bathroom
  • Kitchen - gas hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer
  • Open fire in the lounge
  • TV, DVD and I-pod dock in lounge
  • Electricity and gas central heating included
  • Initial supply of solid fuel
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Stair gate available
  • 2 dogs welcome
  • Shops and traditional pub serving excellent food within walking distance
  • Supermarket under 2 miles away
  • Arrival: 4pm

Situated in the hamlet of Low Valleyfield, the cottage is surrounded by woodlands and rolling countryside where there are many walks and trails for walkers and cyclists alike. The Fife coast path runs right past the cottage and leads to some of the most stunning coastline around this area north of Edinburgh.

The historic conservation village of Culross is just a mile away - an attractive little village made famous in 2014 for being where the 'Outlander' series was filmed. This picturesque village has seen many 17th and 18th century buildings restored including the National Trust Culross Palace: dominated by its awe-inspiring pristine condition walking around the village feels like you have taken a step back in time. This is intentional and due to the extensive work and commitment by the National Trust over the last 70 years to retain the village's historic appearance.

Further afield is the beautiful historic town of Dunfermline (6.5 miles), once the capital of Scotland. Home of the 12th century abbey where Robert the Bruce was finally laid to rest, this town is rich in historical venues, monuments, tales and legends and often referred to as the heart of Scotland's history. If you are staying in this area this town is a must-see to appreciate and understand wealth of culture and heritage Scotland.

This property is personally managed by Gavin.


From guests that have stayed at the property.

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Reviewed by T 15th March 2020

Ness View Cottage is in a quiet location, 10 minutes walk from Culross and yet very handy for exploring nature and history in Fife, Clackmannanshire and Falkirk.

Reviewed by Sean 19th October 2019

From the outside you think hmmm. But inside it's a cosy little home from home.

Reviewed by Caren 24th August 2019

Above expectations for this wonderful cottage. Gorgeous coastal walks and easy access to other areas. The cottage was so well stocked you didnt have to go shopping immediately. Every one we met were so friendly and helpful. Would highly recommend

Reviewed by Kevin 22nd June 2019

spent a wonderful week in Ness View cottage we were met by the lovely owner who gave us a few details as to which keys were to which doors etc. we were then left to enjoy our holiday. Very well equipped cottage, bed very comfortable and lounge cosy and comfy also. Beautiful garden at the back of the cottage with table and chairs to sit out on a sumRead moremers evening very quiet location and only a ten minute walk from Culross perfect base for exploring the area we were very sad to leave Hide

Reviewed by Katrina 17th June 2019

Lovely compact cottage with all that you need - really well thought out and beautifully kept.

Reviewed by Jill 1st June 2019

Delightful cottage with pleasant garden near the lovely village of Culross.

Reviewed by David 11th May 2019

The cottage is in a quiet,friendly village on the banks of the Forth, with great walks for the dog. The only drawback is the local pub doesnt allow dogs in the bar.

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Traditional cottage with private parking
Beautiful lounge to sit back and relax
Cosy open fire
A great space to relax and unwind after a day out exploring
Character features throughout the cottage
Galley kitchen overlooking the garden
Dining room
Double bedroom
Double bedroom with views over the garden
Twin bedroom with views across the garden
Twin bedroom
Show 5 moreCountry garden seating area


Note: As the postcode is used to identify the general area of the property, it may not always reflect its precise location, therefore please only use this map as a guide.

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