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An ancient bolthole for fishermen, smugglers and missionaries

UK | Scotland | Central Scotland | Fife | Pittenweem

The pretty pastel painted, red roofed houses that line the harbour area in Pittenweem curl around the shoreline. The ancient streets and alleyways are clustered with houses with a distinctive East Neuk style and charm which were once frequented by smugglers and missionaries.

Our Pittenweem cottages offer you the chance to stay in a historic harbour town where relics of the town’s fascinating history are all around.  Between pubs and shops you will find St Fillan’s Cave, a Pictish monastery, an old tidal sea pool where nearby you will see fish hauled onto the harbour daily.

While you’re there

Kellie Castle

Once the childhood summer home of Scottish architect Sir Robert Lorimer and brother, John Henry Lorimer.

St Fillan's Cave

Discover an ancient cave once used by a saint to write his sermons in the dark.

Scotland's Secret Bunker

Descend underground to discover the Scottish government's fully equipped secret bunker

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