Exceptionally welcoming, friendly and helpful …
Your journey’s end is met with tea and home baked treats served either on a sunny veranda if the weather is fine or in front of the drawing room’s warming fire. The farmhouse dates from c.1840 with loving attention brought to bear on the more recent additions added by your hosts Maggie and Malcolm.
Antique furnishings and family portraits adorn the house and plump sofas will draw you to the sitting room to relax and take in the stunning views of the Fife countryside whilst the abundance of board games and books will inveigle you to linger. The bed and breakfast accommodation is pure luxury – the bedrooms are spacious, light and beautifully decorated; each with its own bathroom generously supplied with fluffy towels and bathrobes and scented bath essences.
Outside, there is a lovingly tended garden with croquet lawn, fruit trees and a vegetable garden which provides food for the table. All this is set in 590 acres of farm and woodland providing enjoyable walks for guests fortunate enough to have discovered the stunning Glenrothes area of Scotland.
- Children by Arrangement
- Dinner by Arrangement
- Dogs by Arrangement
- Bird Watching
- Museums & Galleries
- Places of Historical Interest
- Opening Times: closed Christmas & New Year
- Tel: +44 (0) 1592 840 459
- Mob: +44 (0)7814 094818
- Price Range: from £120
Prices are per person, per night including breakfast
Stronsay - 1 Super King (6')/Twin B&B Room (private) - £65
Westray - 1 Super King (6')/Twin B&B Room (en suite) - £60
Rousay - 1 Single (3') B&B Room (private) - £60
Single supplement - £15
Dinner - £36 per person
Located near Leslie, close to Glenrothes in Fife and is therefore ideally situated for Wolsey Lodge guests wishing to visit Edinburgh, Perth, and Stirling during their stay - cities steeped in history with castles, monuments, museums, galleries and festivals. The world-famous golf courses of St Andrews, Gleneagles and Muirfield are within an hour’s drive and there are excellent walks in the Lomond Hills.
Malcolm & Maggie Strang-Steel
- Bio : Greenhead Farm is home to your hosts Maggie and Malcolm Strang-Steel who enjoy welcoming their B&B guests as friends. Maggie is an excellent hostess and is a keen gardener and trained cook who loves to use fresh produce from her garden whenever possible. Malcolm is a historian with a wealth of local and Scottish knowledge which he will happily share with guests.