Willow Bough House

About the house

About the area



About us

Crail is a tiny fishing village on the east coast of Scotland, 15 minutes from St Andrews. Come and stay in our 5-person self-catering house - Willow Bough House - in the heart of Crail.

The house is traditionally furnished in an Arts and Craft style, but with modern luxuries. Recharge your batteries and go somewhere completely unique without compromising on the comforts! You'll find the house equally good for a romantic break for two, for a family holiday, or for holidaying with friends.

Willow Bough House is just a couple of minutes' walk from the sea. Whenever you feel like it, you can nip off to the harbour or the cliff-top walk and admire the ocean, or you can stroll up to the shops - just a few footsteps away - for something nice at the baker's, or some fresh vegetables, or just to look at the charming architecture.

There are at least three cafés in Crail, including one down by the harbour where you can get awesome tablet (fudge) and nautical knick-knacks.

You can walk along the coast or head inland, and there are plenty of sights to see and towns to visit in surrounding Fife.

If exploring has worn you out, Willow Bough House will welcome you back where you can enjoy a relaxing sofa and the CDs, DVDs and satellite TV provided in the sitting room. Check your email using the provided wireless Internet, sip some wine, soak in the bath, and finally retire to your romantic bedroom under a luxurious quilt.

Why stay at Willow Bough House?

• just 15 minutes from St Andrews
• located in the heart of the village
• a few minutes' walk from the sea
• traditionally but comfortably furnished
• dishwasher, electric hob/oven, microwave
• utility area with washer and dryer
• stereos in kitchen and sitting room
• High speed WiFi Internet
• DVD, satellite TV with iPlayer
• plenty of books, CDs, and DVDs
• 2 double beds, 1 single
• bathroom with shower and bath
• downstairs loo
• lots to do within easy reach

Main Bedroom
The main bedroom

A Crail street
A typical Crail street