Accommodation in Auchtermuchty

Welcome to Auchtermuchty on the Scottish Accommodation Guide.Known locally as Muchty, the village of Auchtermuchty can be traced back to Roman times, with the distinctive name translated from Scottish Gaelic as the somewhat less romantic "upland of the pigs". Gaining royal burgh status in the 16th century and developed commercially through engineering, linen and whisky. Used as the backdrop for the television series Dr Finlays Casebook, the village still boasts the Tannochbrae Tearoom. A statue in the village commemorates Sir Jimmy Shand, accordion player and bandleader and The Proclaimers also hail from the village. Auchtermuchty has local shops, pubs, chemist and a post office.

 



 



Lodge Countryside Cottage

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Lodge is a detached cottage, 0.5 miles from the village of Auchtermuchty in Fife. The cottage sleeps two people in one zip/link super king-size bedroom, and also has a bathroom with roll-top bath, a kitchen with dining area and a sitting room with woodburning stove. Outside is off road parking for two cars, a front garden with furniture and shared use of owners grounds with tennis court. Situated in the grounds of a castle, Lodge is a lovely romantic base for exploring this part of Scotland.