Luxury Beach House near St Andrews, Fife
Bridgend House is a stunning luxury beach house with an enviable harbour front position and sea views but only a fifteen minute drive from St. Andrews. It provides luxury self catering accommodation, which can accommodate 5 guests or 6 with an extra bed, where you can really relax. This characterful and spacious house is only a short stroll from Lower Largo`s long sandy beach, an ideal location for a romantic walk or for families to enjoy a relaxing beach holiday, but equally popular for golfers to enjoy the many golf courses within close proximity. Also you are only a 15 minute drive from St Andrews with its world class golf courses, shopping and restaurants. Have a lazy Sunday lie in and gaze out the window at the boats bobbing in the harbour.
Free WiFi provided.
The accommodation comprises 3 bedrooms (king-size, twin and single all on the first floor) 2 bathrooms, large lounge, spacious fully equipped kitchen and utility room and will normally sleep up to five people but it can accommodate six as a pull out bed can be provided, if required, at a small extra charge to include all linen and towels. Also the Crusoe Hotel, which is a short walk away, provides excellent food and a friendly bar to socialize in so no one has to cook!
If you would like an amazing birds eye view of the house and the beach check out this stunning video taken by Christopher Wilson using his drone.
With twenty three 5 star reviews on Trip Advisor from our guests you know that you are going to have a great experience.
Searching for a stylish holiday rental near St Andrews or perhaps more space to relax in than a hotel with the freedom to do what you want when you want?
This stylish, beautifully appointed detached holiday house is in the heart of the quaint village of Lower Largo. The village nestles around a small harbour and from here you can step on to miles of golden sandy beach literally on your door step. Also it has super comfy beds, Egyptian cotton linen, fluffy towels and leather sofas you can really relax in.
We took inspiration for the contemporary style and finish of Bridgend House from the Boutique style of hotel that we like to stay in with feature walls in most bedrooms and contemporary bathrooms with large profile lime stone tiles and power showers. In addition we added lots of little extra touches to make our guests feel special. However we have deliberately kept some of the original features of the old building to maintain the unique character and charm of the property.
Relax on your own private patio and soak up the sea views
Above all else we wanted to make the Bridgend House an inviting place for you to relax and unwind in. The house is very comfortably furnished and has its own private patio with garden furniture so you can savour the peace and quiet and appreciate the stunning views over the harbour and out to sea. Watch the lobster boats bobbing about in the waves or stroll over to the Crusoe Hotel and enjoy a glass of chilled wine on the pier gazing out to sea.
Local restaurants and shops only minutes away
There is a general grocery shop, great local pub called the Railway Tavern and the Crusoe Hotel which does excellent food all within a 2 minute walk of the house so no need to cook if you don’t want to . It is also close to Elie and a 15 minute drive from St Andrews. A large Sainsbury supermarket is only a 10 minute drive from the house so you can stock up when you get here.
History of the house
Bridgend House is over 200 years old and we understand it was in the same family laterally for over 100 years. There are some fascinating old photographs which show the house in the Railway Tavern including one with an old sail boat moored right in front of the property. It also shows the original location of the bridge across the harbour which was initially much closer to the house. Many years ago there was a small shop on the current parking area where the owner would sell fish and other items that he caught on his boat. When renovating the property in 2011 we came across a very old glass bottle that was being used to prop up the stairs and some old newspapers under the carpets dating back to 1924!