Bed and Breakfast

Central for Golf. Walkers welcome. Dog friendly. Wi-fi access

View from Greenlaw House
Greenlaw House bed and breakfast Location map

Greenlaw House
Collessie
Fife
Scotland

Traditional farm steading high on a hill.
St Andrews, Dundee and Perth 25 mins.
Edinburgh 60 mins. M90 - 10 mins.

Greenlaw House is high on a hill about half way between Perth and St Andrews with beautiful views of the Howe of Fife, the fertile farming area of the valley of the River Eden, and the distant Lomond Hills on the horizon.

Converted from a farm steading, it is the home of Debbie Butler and Charles Jackson who warmly welcome guests to stay in their comfortable and well arranged bed and breakfast accommodation. The house is open and spacious with lots of books and interesting prints and pictures.

Sitting area panoramic window

Greenlaw house is a great base for a walking holiday. Many walks can be started directly from Greenlaw House itself and you can go for miles without meeting anyone. For a magnicifient 360 degree panoramic view you just need walk up the hill behind the house. Debbie, (a very experienced walker) has maps and advice about the lie of the land, conditions and distances. Ladybank railway station is only 10 mins drive away so you do not need a car.

Local wildlife is numerous: foxes, roe deer, buzzards, rabbits (of course), occasional hares and many birds including the rare and recently released-back-into-the-wild sea-eagle.

If your purpose is golf then you may like to know that Charles is a member of the Royal and Ancient and Debbie is happy to help you with booking tee times.

Accommodation:

Double Bedroom Double Bedroom
Bathroom/Shower-room

Above, left and right, and right;
Two views of the upstairs double bedroom which has panoramic views from the front of the house. Private bathroom a couple of steps away, with bath, shower, basin and wc.

A further double bedroom is sometimes available upstairs for parties of four friends or family who don't mind sharing the bathroom.

Television, plenty of books, and tea and coffee making in the bedrooms.

Wi-Fi symbol Greenlaw House has free Wi-Fi access for your laptop.

Below left and right;
Huge downstairs double bedroom with views of the walled garden. Bathroom en suite, with bath, shower, basin, bidet and wc.

Double Bedroom Bathroom/Shower-room

Breakfast:

Breakfast in the dining room

Right; Breakfast is served in the expansive dining room, with views through the window and French doors across the garden lawn.

  • Scottish pinhead oatmeal aga-cooked porridge, or cereals.
  • Freshly squeezed fruit juice.
  • Home made fruit salad or fruit compôte.
  • Full cooked Scottish breakfast - various choices.
  • Toast or croissants, conserves.
  • Tea, herb tea, coffee.

Special diets catered for. Please let Debbie know in advance.

Evening meal.

With advance notice Debbie, a fine cook in the French tradition - who also makes a great curry - can make a delicious supper or dinner, always with an emphasis fresh local ingredients. There are also various good places to eat out within 10 minutes or half-an-hour by car. (NB: The nearby and famous Peat Inn needs to booked in advance.)

Tariff:

Greenlaw House bed and breakfast

£90 for the big downstairs room per night, for 2 people, including breakfast.

£80 for the upstairs room per night, for 2 people, including breakfast.

10% discount on stays of 3 nights.

Children welcome. No smoking please.

Dogs are welcome by arrangement and if they sleep in the owner's car.

Right;
Walk up the hill behind the house for extraordinary 360° views as far as Tentsmuir Forest on the edge of the North sea, The Firth of Tay and the Pentland Hills just south of Edinburgh!

To enquire or to book:

Tattie and Jack

Tattie and Jack on the lawn.

Please contact:
Debbie Butler and Charles Jackson

Greenlaw House
Braeside
Collessie
Fife KY15 7UX
Scotland, UK.

Tel: 01337 810 236
or from outside the UK:
Tel: 44 1337 810 236

Please tell Debbie and Charles you found Greenlaw House through About Scotland!

Map of the area:

Map of the area

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