Redlands Country Lodge Guest House
Redlands Country Lodge is a bed & breakfast accommodation with a difference near Cupar, Fife, Scotland. Our log cabin guest house is set in Ladybank in the heart of Fife, with terraced log cabin rooms, individually styled with their own entrances and ensuite shower rooms.
You'll find our B&B in a countryside setting between the wee villages of Ladybank and Pitlessie, just off the A92 or A91 about 5 miles from Cupar and close to many historic towns and villages such as St. Andrews and Falkland.
Redlands Country Lodge Guest House is ideal for a romantic short break in Fife; a stop over on business; for groups of friends, golfers, hen weekends, special birthdays; to visit St Andrews University; a base for guests attending weddings a Fernie Castle, Craigsanquhar Castle, and Kilconquhar Castle and Balbirnie House.
Working week rates available.
Attractions and events nearby include: The Scottish Deer Centre, Falkland Palace, Fife Animal Park, Muddy Boots Farm Shop & Café, Pillars of Hercules Organic Café, Fife Coastal Path, The Secret Bunker, Craigtoun Park, St. Andrews Cathedral, Leuchars Airshow, Knockhill Racing Circuit, Cluny Clays, Howes Equestrian Centre (formerly Dabbs).
The relaxed atmosphere at Redlands Country Lodge Guest House means you can enjoy a great night's sleep and tuck in to a hearty Scottish breakfast served in the glorious conservatory garden room. We now have 7 of our own free-range hens to provide fresh eggs – yum! Enjoy a spot of bird watching over breakfast too; you'll maybe see jay's, woodpeckers, wagtails and even a heron or two.
Spend time lazing around in the communal log cabin lounge, take a dip in our huge Alaskan Cedar Hot Tub** overlooking farmland or check out the Scottish wildlife - including red squirrels - whilst walking in the local Fife woodlands. Children are welcome at Redlands Country Lodge Guest House and some of our rooms are dog-friendly so even Fido can stay too if you book him in in advance.
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This page was last updated: 14 March 2011