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Scattered with picturesque fishing villages, the East Neuk is the perfect spot to unwind with a drink in hand, whilst enjoying the stunning views of the Fife coast.

The sun is finally beginning to shine again, and late in to the evening, and we are all craving the socialisation beer gardens have to offer. But, in true Scottish style, make sure you come prepared to experience all four seasons in the space of an hour, just in case…

Whether you fancy popping by during a day out, or at the end of a busy day, there are an array of beer gardens absolutely worth visiting during your stay in this delightful corner of Scotland:

The Golf Hotel, Crail

01333 450206

The Ship Inn, Elie

01333 330246

The Bank, Anstruther

01333 310189

West End Bar, Pittenweem

01333 311587

The Dreel Tavern, Anstruther

01333 279238

Should you fancy a drive along the coast to St Andrews, there is an abundance of beer gardens to explore there too, take a look at our ‘beer gardens in St Andrews’ blog for some inspiration.

If you are longing for a relaxing escape to the coast like the rest of us, give us a call on 01334 472011 or email so we can help you find your perfect holiday home.

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