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Lodge | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 6
The Nordic offers three bedrooms, bathroom and cloakroom with toilet and washing facilities plus shaving points.
The sitting / dining area is very spacious and of high quality along with the crockery and cutlery and all of the above rests on a solid oak floor which is fitted throughout the lodges except in the bathrooms, they have tiled floors.
We have a 42” plasma in the Nordic Lodge including free sat and DVD player.
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Nearest Amenities||3 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Edinburgh 40 km, Nearest railway: Ladybank Station 6 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player|
|General||Central heating, TV, CD player, Satellite TV|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (6), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 7|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace|
|Further details indoors|
The property also offers: solid oak floors, leather furnishings, HD 42” plasma TV, power shower, main bathroom and additional W.C.
We have a small gym with enough machines to take you to your required pain threshold and then you can sit in a chair that will massage the pain away while you watch the movie Gone With The Wind or another movie of your choice, on our 2.4 metre cinema screen.
|Further details outdoors|
Balcony with outdoor seating and table
We have stated the accommodation is suitable for people aged 8 and over as the lodges do not have baths and we know people with small children may require this feature. Should you wish to bring younger children please contact us and let us know if you require any childcare equipment. High-chairs and travel cots are available on request.
The Fife region
Scotland's impressive history covers 8,000 years, years marked by invasions and independence, wars and religious upheavals, intrigues and subjugation. Such a history has left its mark on the nation's soul - and its landscape - and has contributed a lot in to the pride with which the Scots view themselves and their country today.
The infinite variety of Scotland's natural features never disappoint visitors. Though small, the country offers an amazing range of landscapes, from the gentle rolling hills of Dumfries and Galloway to the impressive peaks of the Cairngorms, and from the rugged coastlines of the north east to the sub-tropical gardens of Wester Ross.
Located in the heart of Scotland there are numerous excellent activity centres and facilities nearby to suit all tastes including: walks and art.
Discovering nature: Fife's relatively small size represents the rich range of coastal habitats and species it accommodates. From the sandbanks and reed beds of the Tay Estuary in the north to the craggy bird and seal islands of the Firth of Forth in the south, the Kingdom's breathtaking seascapes play host to a wealth of nature. Nationally important nature reserves such as Tentsmuir Point, Eden Estuary and the Isle of May are among its glories, great accompaniment to the beautiful towns and villages which line this stretch of Scotland's North Sea coast.
Fishing: with such a wide variety of locations available throughout the region, Fife is truly a heaven for all the avid fishermen out there!
Playing golf: there are many wonderful places in the world to play golf, but there is only one Kingdom of Golf - the home and heart of the Royal and Ancient game. That Kingdom is the Kingdom of Fife with Scotland's ancient capital of Dunfermline and the golfing Mecca of St Andrews at its heart. There are over 45 golf courses on this peninsula just across the world famous Forth Bridges from Edinburgh and they all offer visitors a cordial welcome.
Walking: this area of diverse landscapes has the greatest variety of walking in Scotland. In the Highland glens there are routes beside lochs and along wooded rivers, while further south paths run past farmland and along a well-populated coastline. The hundreds of miles of marked trails and many signposted rights-of-way mean there is an incredible choice of walks. And with dozens of typical villages it is easy to find a tearoom or inn for refreshments.
Culture and art: North of Kirkcaldy, in Central Fife, the highlights are the historic village of Falkland with its beautiful ruined palace and the country town of Cupar, a nice market town set in rolling countryside.
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1 Aug 2014
A very clean, spotless property. The hosts were very helpful too. The internet wifi was not very reliable, although the host did supply a booster it did not make any difference.… More
20 May 2014
"Does more than it says on the Tin"
We had a wonderful time, the Lodge is as luxury as you could want, as comfortable as you could want, as all the wants and needs you could ever want for a relaxing holiday with the most comfortable bed… More
3 Nov 2013
"Brilliant Log cabin with excellent facilities"
The Nordic cabin was brilliantly equipped offering every luxury we could wish for in quiet and very peaceful surroundings in a lovely part of Fife.Everything imaginable was provided for self catering… More
3 Dec 2012
"Great chalet and location, owner needs to be clearer with guests about property"
The chalet is lovely, clean, has all mod cons etc. And the area is fantastic, so much to do especially with young kids, from the East Neuk villages to The Lomonds and Falkland Estate.
Be aware that the owner lives beside the chalet, albeit separated by a hedge. Also, the chalet was advertised as having a home cinema and gym - these are actually located in the grounds of the owner's house. When we enquired about it we weren't exactly made to feel like we could use them, "That's mine" was the response. We did however manage to get shown around but again were told that the owner's son uses it mainly. So we felt that it was advertised as part of the deal but we didn't feel comfortable asking to use it.
Another point is that the chalet is advertised as having a slightly higher weekend rate. We changed our dates from Friday, Saturday and Sunday to Thursday, Friday and Saturday but were told there was no change in price. Thursday is not the weekend! Again, this needs clarification.
Ufortunately, our guest on this occasion misunderstood my comments. I was referring to the fact that I and not my partner put in the projector as I am keen on watching films. As to the gym I was referring to the fact that it was my partners son that liked to keep fit as I did not bother. Doring their stay I again suggested that the children may like to watch a film but was told that the TV was fine. As to the rates. they were advertised by Holiday Lettings without my knowledge, they have now been rectified.
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