Spring Travel: East Coast getaways

On an Abbeyford Leisure holiday, guests can feel a million miles away while still being close to home at any of the company’s four Fife locations.
St Andrews Holiday ParkSt Andrews Holiday Park
St Andrews Holiday Park

Its award-winning coastal parks at St Andrews, Elie and St Monans – as well as their Robinson Crusoe Retreat Cottages in Lower Largo – offer everything needed for a relaxing holiday by the sea.

“The East Neuk of Fife is blessed with beautiful green countryside, golden beaches and rugged cliffs, and our award-winning coastal holiday parks and cottages, which are linked by the breathtaking Fife Coastal Path, all have their own appeal,” says Peter Davies, Abbeyford Leisure’s head of marketing.

“St Andrews boasts unrivalled views of the bay and is located within a few minutes’ walk of the town and its world-renowned golf courses; Elie is a hidden family favourite, surrounded by a forest and a sweeping sandy beach; St Monans is a smaller, quieter holiday park set on the edge of the fishing village, with breathtaking views across the Firth of Forth; and our cosy cottages in Lower Largo are perfectly located – just a stone’s throw from the golden sands of Largo Bay.

Peter continues: “We find that more and more guests like to get away several times a year for shorter stays, and with Abbeyford Leisure it’s easy, as you really don’t need to travel far to get away from it all.”

Indeed, the holiday parks are accessible within around an hour of most of the Central Belt and only a little further from the north and the Borders.

Accommodation ranges from lodges with hot tubs, a wide selection of holiday homes – many with sea views – and a choice of caravan, motorhome and tent pitches, meaning there is something for everyone.

There are designated dog-friendly holiday homes too, as well as fantastic eateries and welcoming bars.

Guests have the opportunity of making their getaway a more permanent destination by purchasing their own holiday home to check into during the season, between March and November – impromptu weekend escapes, bank holiday breaks, and long, warm sunny days where owners set their own pace.

Peter adds: “Our holidays are all about getting away from it all and making memories that will last a lifetime.”

For more details go to abbeyford.com

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