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Highlights Fife region
- Rentals next to the sea
- Large range of activities in a natural setting
- Peaceful getaway
- Festivals & cultural events
- Historical landmarks and buildings
- Public beaches
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Vacation rentals in Fife
Fife has a wide variety of rental properties across its cities, smaller towns and rural areas. For couples, there are many properties dotted along the coast, perfect for a romantic getaway to enjoy the sights and sounds of the Scottish coast. For small groups of close friends, rental properties are plentiful in Dunfermline, with plenty of pubs and restaurants close by. The same is true closer to the coast in St Andrews and the East Neuk area. And for large families, plenty of 8+ bed country style are on offer, with all the necessary services and creature comforts.Choose the place that’s right for you
Looking to spend some quality family time to celebrate a meaningful event? Whether your family is big or small, in Fife you can find 4-person places for you near the coast, all the way up to 1800ft luxury vacation rentals complete with jacuzzi. Need a break with that special someone? Why not rent a small rural nest with access to a jacuzzi? Doesn’t that sound just perfect for a glass of wine on a midwinter’s night
Vacations in Fife
The area and getting around
The Kingdom of Fife - ancestral home of Scottish royalty, natural beauty and internationally renowned for its golfing scene. Containing a former capital of Scotland, Dunfermline, as well as a location just north of Scotland’s current capital, Edinburgh, Fife boasts plenty for city-slickers and lovers of the hustle and bustle. Come and enjoy fine dining, craft beer and hit the shops on a getaway here, not to mention checking out ruins and former castles for lovers of history!Seaside strolls and salty snacks
Further afield, the rugged coast with its unique rock formations and tiny fishing villages will appeal to enthusiasts of nature and those looking for a more relaxed getaway. Head to St Andrews West Sands, 2 miles long and just 15 minutes’ walk from the center of St Andrews. For those looking for a more active vacation, go hiking along the Fife Coastal Path, running from Kincardine to Newburgh, with the opportunity to see dolphins or even basking sharks. Also, about halfway along this trek, you can find Anstruther Fish Bar, named the UK’s best fish and chips shop in 2008-9!
Travelers and activities
Golf in Fife is like surfing in California. Beyond the many famous courses in St Andrews, Kingsbarns has a lovely sea view, and Lundin has a wide variety of golfing obstacles to test out your swing. If you reach your physical par and need to take some time off the course, further indulge your love for the sport and complement your game with a trip to the golf museum in St Andrews, recently refurbished and refitted. For those who are looking to play a whole different ball game, go and check out Britain’s oldest tennis court at Falkland Palace.Fife for families and children
For families with children seeking entertainment in a way more suited to them, head on down to the pirate-themed Adventure Golf Island in Fife Leisure Park, boasting floodlit outdoor and indoor crazy golf courses. The Leisure Park also contains 10-pin bowling, a cinema and a bingo hall, so all ages can have the opportunity to enjoy themselves. And with the at-times unpredictable Scottish weather, here there will always be an indoor activity to pass the time away!
Art lover? Visit in August for the Pittenweem Arts Festival - you won’t be disappointed!
Top 5 travel tips in Fife
Located in a former abbey in the north-west of Fife, some of the first recorded evidence of whiskey comes from here. Fan of both whiskey and gin? Head to the Kingsbarns distillery who put on tours for both.2. Entertainment fit for a king
For those seeking live music and theater, the Kings Theatre in Kirkcaldy showcases live music, cabaret, comedy and theater nights, an ideal choice for any weekend away in Fife.3. Golf angle not up to par?
Head to Balmule Valley Fishery to enjoy a different type of angle. Here, take the chance to catch some Rainbow, Blue and Brown trout and treat your vacation companion(s) to some freshly-caught Fife fish!4. Visit the Capital
Fife’s location just above the capital city of Edinburgh means the possibility of a day trip to see the medieval Old Town and elegant Georgian New Town. A highly compact city, there’s a lot to see in this world-famous destination.5. Can’t leave the dog at home?
Any hiking destination will also have a lot to offer for your four-legged friend. Tentsmuir forest and its close-by beach are great for them to stretch their legs and take a swim. They will also find delight in the many parks, including Dunnikier Park in Kirkcaldy. Pittencrieff Park in Dunfermline and Lochore Meadows in Lochore.
FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Fife region
How much do you pay, on average, for vacation rentals in the Fife region?
Our data shows that the Fife region had an average price of $258 per night, a relatively high one compared to the destinations in the United Kingdom.
During which months can you find the best price for vacation rentals in the Fife region?
According to our most recent data, the months that hurt your pocket the least in the Fife region are May, April and March, with average prices of $234, $241, and $243, respectively.
During which months are vacation rentals more expensive in the Fife region?
Following the data observed last year, costs per night for accommodation here are usually higher, on average, during the months of December ($278), January ($270), and October ($268).
Do I need to plan a trip to the Fife region well in advance?
You should book your stay with plenty of time when visiting the Fife region, as only 22% of our accommodations are usually available throughout the year.
When are more vacation rentals available?
April, March and January are, in order of highest to lowest, the months that have the largest number of accommodations available, with an average availability of 40%, 36%, and 35%. However, even during these periods of time, when the availability is the highest, the average is only 37%. So it is still important you always book a little in advance to make sure you get the rental of your dreams.
When are there fewer vacation rental options available in the Fife region?
According to data from last year, the months with the fewest housing options available in the Fife region are, in order, August (with 4% of available rentals), September (6%), and July (13%). During these three months, the availability is very low (8%). It is therefore preferable to reserve far in advance.
How many vacation rentals does Holidu have in the Fife region?
Holidu has 880 vacation rentals in the Fife region, provided by 19 different partners.