Browse our selection of properties in Edinburgh & Fife:
Welcome to Edinburgh, capital city of Scotland and welcome to the ancient Kingdom of Fife.
St Andrews, the undisputed home of golf, is perhaps the most famous destination within the ancient Kingdom of Fife but there is so much more to see! The delightful fishing villages of the East Neuk, historic Falkland Palace, the rolling hills, the ruined castles and of course the coast - the sandy beach at St. Andrews was the location for the opening shots of the film "Chariots of Fire".
Kildonan Lodge Hotel, Edinburgh
Kildonan is a four star hotel situated just over a mile from the world famous Princes Street in the heart of Edinburgh. The property dates back to the Victorian era and is full of character features such as ornate fireplaces and stained glass windows. For an extra special stay be sure to look out for the four poster rooms.
Dalhousie Castle, near Edinburgh
This historic 13th century castle hotel is situated midway between Edinburgh and the legendary Rosslyn Chapel, made famous by the Da Vinci Code and its mysterious links to the Knights Templar. Guests can enjoy fine dining in the vaunted dungeons, and the restaurant has been awarded 2 AA rosettes. Boasts an indoor swimming pool and spa.
Situated on a quiet, cobbled street, Channings enjoys glorious private gardens and has all the air of a country house in the city. Developed from five Edwardian houses, Channings boasts a relaxed, club-like atmosphere.
Shepherd House Cottage, Inveresk, near Edinburgh
Sleeps 2 - 3. The perfect size for a romantic break for two, this historic cottage is set in the 18th century village of Inveresk just twenty minutes from Edinburgh. Well situated for exploring the coastline, North Berwick and the myriad of golf courses that litter the area.