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Strathkinness
A Glimpse of a Scottish Village
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(Web editing by Stephen Younger)
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Longskerries Self Catering, Crail, by St Andrews, Scotland

LONGSKERRIES, CRAIL
Longskerries is located 8
miles from
St Andrews,
the Home of Golf. Set in large garden grounds, with stunning views
of Crail harbour and the sea, Longskerries is a peaceful and comfortable
base from which to explore St Andrews, the kingdom of Fife and the east
coast of Scotland.
Weekend and part week bookings are now available …please enquire for availability and price………, Taking bookings now for summer 2013…..
This
warm and welcoming home is situated in the small village of Crail.
The village is conveniently located close to St Andrews and all
the fishing villages of the picturesque East Neuk. Your hosts, Richard
and Judith, will make your stay as comfortable and relaxing
as possible and will be pleased to help with any questions you may have.
Accommodation
Longskerries
can accommodate up to 4 people.
There are 2 bedrooms.
The master bedroom has a double bed.
The second bedroom has 2
single beds
A spacious and comfortable lounge is equipped with a digital television, DVD
and
CD player.
There is one bathroom with a
bath and shower.
The kitchen and dining room
is equipped with everything you should
need – including a dishwasher,
microwave oven, toaster, kettle, coffee maker and fridge/freezer.
There is a basement area for
storage and it is equipped with a barbecue,
clothes washer and dryer. Iron and
ironing board are also available.
It should be noted that the
cottage is about 300 years old and although mainly brought
up to date, some of
the doorways will challenge those above 6 feet tall!
There is a fairly large garden
and grassed area. Families with small children should be
aware that the
cottage is situated close to the sea cliff protected only by a small wall.
Availability
Bookings are now open for the 2013 season
Week
Beginning
May25-400
June 1-475
June 8- 475
June15 – 475
June22 – 475
june29 – 475
July6 – 500
July13 – 500
July 20- 500
July27 – 500
August4 – 500
August10 – 500
August17 – 500
August24 – 475
August31 – 450
September7 – 450
September14 – 425
September21 -21st- 350
September 28- 425
October 5 – 350
Legend
Available
Booked
Reserved but may become available
Contact us to discuss
your requirements
Accomodation is
available after 4PM on Saturday and must be vacated by 11 AM the
following Saturday (Or other days for part week rental )
Enquiries &
BookingsYou may
contact us
online
click here
or by phone
within UK
01506 843112
mobile / cell
07808 912 596from
overseas +44 1506 843112
or by post
Richard WaltonPark Farm
Cottage
LinlithgowEH49 6QYScotland,
UK
Tariff
Lets are Saturday to Saturday
A 1/3 deposit is
required on booking; the balance is due 28 days before arrival. In
the event of cancelation less than 28 days before rental, monies paid (less a
20% administration fee) can
only be refunded if we are able to relet that week. Prior to 28 days a
full refund is available less 20% administration fee.
Other Information
In
keeping with Scottish Law, this is a totally
non-smoking house. Pets are welcome.
Wireless Broadband Internet access is available
for those bringing a laptop.
Parking is available for 1 car on the property.
Maps and
DirectionsThe
post code of the property is KY10 3RP for Sat Nav purposes
Door-to-door
driving directions are available
here
Our Area
Crail is a popular tourist fishing village in pleasant countryside with
fabulous coastal walks on the doorstep. It also has two excellent
golf courses, beachies and cycling available.
St
Andrews is the main town of North East Fife – a blend of medieval,
Victorian and Edwardian streets and notable for being the Home of Golf –
the main attraction for many. St Andrews has has many other attractions
and is a town to explore along its streets, wynds and lanes. In St
Andrews you will find the oldest Scottish University, the castle,
cathedral, sandy beaches, parks and gardens, coffee shops and
restaurants to name but a few.
Nearby the other fishing villages of Anstruther, Pittenweem and Elie
offer a delightful experience of Scottish fishing life waiting to be
discovered.

The White Lodge – St Andrews

The open-plan sitting room/dining room/kitchen is decorated and furnished to the highest standard and has everything you will need for a relaxing holiday: washer/dryer, microwave, flat screen TV and DVD player, wi-fi access, hi-fi We even provide a library of books, DVDs and CDs for you to enjoy! The twin-bedded bedroom with en suite shower room is comfortable and cosy, and we will provide all your bed-linen and towels. We can even provide toiletries if you find you forget to pack yours! You are welcome to make use of our secluded and private back garden which is a peaceful sun-trap ideal for a quiet day at home. There is ample off-road parking on the driveway to the front of the house.
A ten minute stroll along the leafy riverside Lade Braes Walk brings you to the centre of St Andrews with its many historic buildings, award-winning beaches, championship golf courses, up-market shops and countless restaurants, bars and cafs. Relax with a coffee and watch the world go by from one of the pavement cafs or try your hand at one of the many sports on offer locally: clay pigeon shooting, fishing, karting, putting, tennis to name but a few. And not forgetting golf, of course! The Fife Coastal Walk and the Fife Cycleway are both nearby for those who like to enjoy the great outdoors.
Need help booking local activities or transport? We live in the main house and will be on hand during your holiday to offer help and advice if it is required.
We look forward to welcoming you!
Please note that the East Wing is a non-smoking property. We regret that we do not accept under-16s or pets.
Comments from previous guests…
HC, Scotland: What a wonderful place so comfortable. Had everything you would ever need.
A-SM, USA: A home away from home!
LH & NR, England: The perfect base to explore the area. Will definitely return!!
D & KM, Australia: Feel good holiday cottage in a wonderful location.
K & BA, England: Had a lovely stay in the modern, well-appointed East Wing. Very comfortable especially the beds!
M & BS, USA: I am sure there is no better in St Andrews. Thank you!
Availability:

Wester Dura Bed & Breakfast, Cupar, by St Andrews, Scotland

Luxurious farm house bed and breakfast accommodation, set in beautiful
countryside
only 6 miles from St Andrews, the Home of Golf
and 1.5 miles from Cupar.
Wester Dura offers
family friendly B&B and is part of the
“A Stay in Fife”
B&B Network.
Did you know the picture above is the view from our patio? __________
LITTLE DURA –Our self contained ensuite annexe, is the cheapest option, “Working Week” rates 150 unserviced room only, sleeps two. (That’s equivalent to just 30 per room )staying 5 nights Sunday- Thursday),This is a prebooked & prepaid rate. Weekend two night from 100,three night 130 room only. Breakfast optional extra. Unserviced B&B from 30 pppn (min stay may apply) Longer stays welcome with weekly and monthly rates available. Third guest bed/ cot can be squeezed in.Price includes linen.
WESTER DURA — 35 pppn (stays of 3 or more nights) 40pppn (min 2nights) 45 pppn (single nights) based on 2 sharingtwin/ king double room From 27.50 pppn 3 sharing triple ( min 2 nights)
Room only (single occupancy) from 45- 75. Room only (2 sharing) from 50-80. Extra bed 20 (adult)(no charge for cot or for kids with sleep over kit sharing with adults) If your enquiry is urgent please phone 01334 650778 or phone/ text us 07887 756660(mobile).
SITE CURRENTLY BEING UPDATED with new photos soon
DIRECTIONS- Come through Cupar town centre on A91 heading to St Andrews- after the largepark- turn right onto B940. (Known locally as Pitscottie Road.) Follow this for 1.5 miles. Our entrance is immediately after Kemback Road junction.”St Andrews Motorhomes” is diagonally opposite.
Additional
services include baby-sitting / child minding, to give parents the
chance to enjoy one of the many fine local restaurants alone, or to take
a walk in Cairngreen Wood, just across the road.
There is a large
child-safe garden with swing, etc. 14 feet trampoline available for
younger guests under parental supervision.
We can also provide a
laundry / drying service and car wash.

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Cupar.org – The Cupar Website

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Card Games

01 Nov
Bingo is a card game of chance played with randomly drawn numbers which players match against numbers that have been pre-printed on 55 matrices. The matrices can be printed on paper, card stock or electronically represented and are referred to as cards. Many versions conclude the game when the first person achieves a specified pattern from the drawn numbers. The winner is usually required to call out the word Bingo!, which alerts the other players and caller of a possible win. All wins are checked for accuracy before the win is officially confirmed at which time the prize is secured and a new game is begun. In this version of bingo, players compete against one another for the prize or jackpot.
In the United States, the game bingo was from the very beginning called beano. This was a country fair game where a dealer selected numbered discs from a cigar box and players marked their cards with beans. They cried beano if they won.
The games history can go back to 1530, to an Italian lottery called Lo Giuoco del Lotto DItalia, which is still played every Saturday in some regions of Italy. From Italy the game expanded to France in the late 1770s, where it had name Le Lotto, a game played among wealthy Frenchmen. The Germans also played a version of the game in the 1800s, but they played it as a kids game to encourage students learn math, spelling & history.
When the game came to North America in 1929, it was known as beano. The game was first played at a carnival near Atlanta, Georgia. New York salesman Edwin S. Lowe gave it another name bingo. He noticed that someone accidentally yelled bingo instead of beano. He hired a Columbia University math professor, Carl Leffler, to help him increase the number of combinations in cards. By 1930, Leffler had introduced 6,000 different bingo cards.
A Catholic priest from Pennsylvania cooperated with Lowe by using bingo as a means of raising church funds. When bingo started being played in churches it became more and more popular. By 1934, an estimated 10,000 bingo games were played every week, and today more than $90 million dollars are spent on bingo each week only in North America.
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