Boatshore is a quirky seafront cottage in a building which dates back to 1690! Traditionally used as a cellar space for fishermen to hang their nets, this dwelling has been lovingly transformed into a little cosy cottage complete with sea views and a private seafront garden just metres from the shore. It features a large living room which also contains the kitchen. It has a comfortable sofa bed, an internal bunk room with a double and single bed, a shower room and separate wc. It can comfortably sleep a family of 5.
Boatshore is unique in every way and offers a very unusual seaside holiday. The cottage has breathtaking sea views, panoramic views over the Firth of Forth - you can even see the three bridges! The location is out-of-this-world and you can hear the waves lapping at night. The cottage has everything you need to cook and there is a fish & chip shop, a Chinese takeaway and a restaurant all within walking distance. This cottage is perfect for a peaceful seaside retreat for couples & families.