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We have 6 hotels in Anstruther.

The Bank Guest Rooms Anstruther Star Rating 4        
25 High Street East

Small, family-run hotel with 8 modern guestrooms and a bright dining room overlooking the Firth...
The Waterfront Star Rating 4        
18-20 Shore Street

Overlooking Anstruther Harbour, this traditional seafood restaurant with rooms is 2 minutes' walk from The Scottish Fisheries Museum and 4.7 miles from 14th-century Kellie Castle.Rooms are simple and modern, featuring free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, DVD players, and tea and coffeemaking facilities.
Symphony Craw's Nest Hotel Star Rating 3        
Bankwell Road

Only a 10 minute drive from St Andrews, The Symphony Craws Nest Hotel is set in one of the beautiful Royal Burghs in the East Neuk of Fife. The Hotel is a former manse and provides our guests with the ideal base to explore the rugged beauty of the Fife coastline. Our restaurant serves table d'hote lunch and a la carte dinner and is a popular venue all year round with the local community, particularly renowned for its mouth watering seafood, fresh everyday from the local fish market in neighbouring Pittenweem.
The Spindrift Star Rating 4        
Pittenweem Road

Set in the centre of Anstruther, the Spindrift is within a 10 minute walk from Anstruther Golf Club. Recreation facilities at the Spindrift include a golf course. The bed and breakfast's garden is a perfect place to relax.
The Boathouse Anstruther        
28 Shore Street

The Boathouse Anstruther offers a comfortable setting while in Anstruther. It is moments from the Scottish Fisheries Museum.The bed & breakfast has an in-house pub where guests can socialise while sitting down to a casual meal and a drink.
Belstane House        
55 George Street, Cellardyke

Situated in Anstruther, Belstane House is an easy drive from St Andrews and Crail. It also offers a terrace.Belstane House provides a comfortable room, designed to fit the needs of any traveller.
More on Anstruther .
Anstruther is a small town in Fife, Scotland, nine miles south - southeast of St. Andrews. The two halves of the town are divided by a stream, the Dreel Burn.