A room with a view

A harbour view showing the guesthouse setting. Grannie's Harbour B&B can be seen on the far right of the picture, nestled among the traditional fishing houses

Grannie's Harbour is a statuesque house built on the harbour front. Built of local stone circa 1870 steeped in history having been at one time the local hostelry for the surrounding community, a pub and before that the headquarters for the Salvation Army.

St Monans and the surrounding area offers the perfect loction for a break. Whether your interested in Golf, wildlife or just need somewhere to stay we are sure Grannie's Harbour will provide the perfect place from which to plan the rest of your trip.

Looking West across the breakwater on a stormy winter afternoon

St Monans, named after the legendary saint Monan, is Situated approximately 3 miles west of Anstruther. This picturesque fishing community rests on a hill overlooking the Firth of Forth Estuary, with views over to North Berwick, the Bass Rock and the Isle of May. Summer trips run regularly to May Isle which is now a sanctuary for Puffins and Seals.

Fife is also the premier location in the UK for golf, offering huge variety and links courses acclaimed across the world. St monans is 25 minutes from the famous courses at St Andrews, Kingsbarns and Crail.