Traditional fishing port on
the East Neuk, probably the only one that can be
classed as active on a regular basis. A quaint
place popular with tourists.
Kellie Castle was completed in the early 17th Century and was once home to the Earls of Kellie. The oldest tower dates back to 1360 and is said to be haunted! Having been restored 1878, the castle today has magnificent plaster ceilings and panelling, and furniture designed by Sir Robert Lorimer.
Visit Hew Lorimer’s sculpture studio. Stroll in the magical Arts & Crafts garden and enjoy the scent of old roses and the beautiful herbaceous borders.
National Trust for Scotland
Gyles House which faces the harbour and has magnificent views out to sea from the rear was restored by National Trust for Scotland although in private ownership. This was the built in the early 1600's and is a fine example of architecture of the period including a stone spiral staircase, original fireplaces and timber wall panelling. The property is not open to the public but is available as self-catering accommodation.