Welcome to Corn Bunting House, located at Inch Farm in Pittenweem, Anstruther!

Our luxurious property is situated in the middle of a 160 arable farm, just a short drive from the charming fishing village of Pittenweem and the bustling town of Anstruther, known as the heartbeat of The East Neuk of Fife.

The East Neuk is famous for its high-quality seafood restaurants, cozy pubs, and historic harbors. St Andrews, the home of golf and a renowned university town, is just a 15-minute drive to the north. The surrounding area is also home to many golf courses that are just a short drive away. There are plenty of things to do in the area, such as visiting the Kingsbarns Distillery & Visitor Center, Kellie Castle & Gardens, Crail Pottery, or the St Andrews Cheese Company.

If you're feeling adventurous, there's also Elie Water Sports or a boat trip to the Isle of May. Don't miss out on all that the East Neuk has to offer!

The Grounds

The Grounds

Corn Bunting House benefits form its own private driveway separating the farm traffic and whilst still enjoying the atmosphere of being at the heart of a busy modern farm it also allows for privacy a large residence like this deserves. Around the house is a generous gravel driveway giving ample parking for many cars. A 10 foot sandstone wall separate two large gardens, one offering a fantastic south facing green space with some mature trees and the other garden being utilized for growing vegetables that the guests can make use of for their own cooking in the house.

The original rear part of the house was itself built between 1853 and 1857 by a Robert Adamson and Thomas Lyle, this was revealed when the house was renovated and the dates and signatures were found in pencil in the reinforced woodwork under the heavy fireplaces in the bedrooms above.

The house itself was the victim of a fire around 100 years ago where-by it was partially rebuilt, this is when the new front part of the building was introduced with its wooden floorboards, Georgian windows and high ceilings.

How to get here

How to get here

Traveling from the West the best way to find Corn bunting House is to follow the A915 to Upper Largo to then continue East along the A917 until entering Pittenweem. In Pittenweem there is a junction at Charles Street that allows you to leave North out of town. Once out of town there is a Fife Council Recycling Center on the left, 100 meters past this there is a right hand bend in the road, this is where to take a left off of the main road and along a single track tarmac road for 300 meters. At the top of an incline a farm appears on the right hand side. A junction will appears on the right that takes you down to Corn Bunting House.

Traveling from the North the road to follow is the B9131 from St Andrews to Spalefield Crossroads taking a right along the B9171 until the junction for C44 South that leads into Pittenweem.

The Postcode for the premises is KY102RD.

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