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Anstruther Travel guide
Anstruther : Michelin's recommendations
This strung-out village is an agglomeration of the formerly separate settlements of Cellardyke, Anstruther Easter and Anstruther Wester. Although crab and crayfish are still fished using baskets and white-flesh fish are caught from here, most fishermen are now based at Pittenweem (1.6km to the west), which has become the port of registry for all East Neuk trawlers.
Tourist attractions Anstruther : Things to see and do
St. Ayles. Harbourhead GB - Anstruther KY10 3AB
Housed in a group of 16C-19C buildings on three sides of a cobbled courtyard, the museum traces the story of Scotland’s fisheries and the everyday life of its fishermen. In addition to an aquarium of fish and shellfish from Scottish waters, the mus..
23-25 High Street GB - Anstruther KY10 3DQ
Stunning views of the Firth of Forth feature at this 4-star, family-run hotel. Open fires and flat-screen TVs with Sky channels are in the bar and the restaurant offers homemade meals prepared using local produce. Harbourside cafés and shops are with..
Bankwell Road GB - Anstruther KY10 3DA
Just 10 minutes’ drive from St Andrews, Symphony Craw’s Nest Hotel has a traditional restaurant, cosy rooms and cooked breakfasts. On the rugged coast of Fife, the hotel has free parking. The individually designed rooms at the Craw’s Nest each have ..