The Coachman's Cottage (Self Catering)
The Centre for Stewardship covers 1500 hectares of land, farm, forest and hill
The Coachman’s Cottage
The Coachman’s Cottage is set in a quadrangle surrounding a pretty courtyard with its very own clock tower, just quarter of a mile outside the conservation village of Falkland in Fife.
At the heart of the house is the sitting room that is the ideal place to unwind in front of a crackling fire after busy days out and about or watching a film in the evenings.
The spacious kitchen is very well-equipped with plenty of space for cooking and as the dining area is also in this room it is perfect for enjoying meals together without the cook having to miss out on all the fun.
Halfway up the stairs is a mezzanine level where there is a modern shower room with a large walk-in shower and continuing up there are two bedrooms that lie off a light and bright landing. The attractively presented double bedroom has a king-size bed to stretch out on and the beds in the twin bedroom can be converted into a super king-size bed for maximum flexibility.
The grassed courtyard with its original water trough is very pretty to look out on and the enclosed garden at the rear has an outdoor seating area where alfresco breakfasts or a relaxing drink in the evening can be enjoyed. A gate from the garden leads down steps to the parking area.
On the other side of the courtyard is the Stables Information Hub Centre that has lots of information on the estate and even a little coffee shop.
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Needing something a bit bigger? The historic Key Cottage sits next to Falkland Palace in the village itself and will sleep up to 6 people.