- We love the gorgeous views from the large bay window and the bi-fold doors leading on to a large private terrace.
- The attention to detail, renovated in the Arts & Crafts style with solid oak beams, posts and flooring.
- Enjoy beautifully relaxing views over the courtyard and garden area.
- Elegant furnishings throughout with down duvets and crisp white bedlinens.
Good To Know
- Micro fibre duvets and pillows can be supplied if required.
- A lovely welcome basket with basic and not to basic provisions is included in the cost
- Electricity, heating and one basket of logs is included in the rental cost, additional logs can be purchased from the office.
- Free Superfast Wi-Fi is available throughout your stay.
- Sandford House has a 7-acre shared garden for guests to enjoy, with enough variety to make it perfect for eating outdoors, taking a leisurely stroll, or simply relaxing on a sunny day.
- For top-quality Scottish cuisine made from fresh local produce, take a trip to The Grange Inn at St Andrews or visit one of our 3 local restaurants, The View, Wormit, Boat Brae Bistro or The Newport which is run by Masterchef winner Jamie Scott.
- If you're heading to Dundee, you can enjoy delicious grilled food from around the world at the Gidi Grill, or perhaps pay a visit to the fantastic French bistro, Café Montmartre.
- A range of luxurious holiday extras can be added on to your stay when booking, including delicious meat ready for the on-site barbecue and vegetable and fruit boxes containing a variety of fresh, tasty produce.
- Outlander Fans must visit Falkland, Culross, Balgonie Castle, Dysart Harbour and Aberdour, you'll recognise these film locations used in the drama series.
- Tee off on one of the home of golf's 50 courses or simply take a walk across the famous Old Course on a Sunday.
- Stop off at North Queensferry to admire the engineering marvel of the Fort Road Bridge a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
- Visit Scotland's Secret Bunker and discover how Scotland would have been governed during a nuclear attack in the Cold War.
- Sandford is centrally located for all the golf courses so is the ideal location if you plan to play a few courses in the area with over 45 golf courses in Fife including the famous Old Course, 32 in neighbouring Angus, including Carnoustie and around 40 in Perthshire, including Gleneagles.
- Sandford is the perfect walkers base - there are some lovely walks from your doorstep. You can choose to walk up Norman's Law (a long way up but the view from the top is stunning) or join the waymarket path for The Fife Coastal Path which stretches for 117 miles and has lots of stretches to enjoy.
- For beach adventures you can visit the beach at Tentsmuir or head along to the West Sands and East Sands.
- For the fishermen and women in your party there's fishery just down the road at Newton Farm with a well-stocked trout loch.
- Tennis anyone? - Wormit and Newport Tennis Club allows guests to play at the courts in Wormit and Newport.
- In just under a 30-minute drive from Knockhill Racing Circuit if you enjoy the excitement of cars and bikes at speed why not make a day of it and head to Knockhill for the motor-racing.
- Culturally you couldn't be in a better place, there's gardens and heritage, history and plenty to do in the evenings such as catching a performance at the The Byre Theatre, St Andrews or a visit to the new Victoria and Albert museum in Dundee.
An elegant ground floor three bedroom cottage with gorgeous views from the large bay window; a prestigious build pedigree courtesy of MH Baillie Scott, member of the Arts & Crafts Movement with gorgeous furnishings, oak floors and beautiful garden grounds. Close to Dundee, St Andrews and Perth.
Step through the door of Lady Bluebell and you will immediately find an elegant ground floor apartment with 3 en-suite bedrooms.The apartment is named after Lady Bluebell Walker who owned Sandford along with her husband Sir William Walker from 1930 - 1960. Situated on the North West corner of an impressive Arts and Crafts movement syle building the property commands stunning views from the large bay window in the living area with bi-fold doors leading on to a large private terrace. It is designed with a mixture of contemprary and antique furniture with lovely tweed Moon fabrics. The open plan living area is very spacious and the wood burning stove is great to curl up beside on winter evenings. The fully fitted kitchen hs all the mod cons you could ask for inclusing a dishwasher, washing machine, fridge, induction hob, electric oven, microwave, coffee machine and there is a second fridge/freezer in the hall cupboard. The living area has a large leather settee and armchairs and has a 40" Freeview TV + DVD player. There is also a Bluetooth speaker for guests entertainment. The apartment has three bedrooms the first has a superking bed which can be split into twin beds on request and has an en-suite wet room which is suitable for guests with mobility challenges. Bedroom two has a double bed and and en-suite shower room and bedroom three has a king size bed which can be split into twin beds and an en-suite bathroom. All en-suites are fully tiled and fitted with power showers. Relax in sumptuous duvets with crisp white bedlinen fit for an Egyptian Queen. The entrance hall is spacious and has storage for coats, golf clubs and suitcases. One small, well-behaved dog is permitted in Lady Bluebell. Included in our stay is ree WiFi, oil central heating, lots of hot water, and a wood burning stove. Electricity, heating and one basket of logs is included in the rental cost, additional logs can be purchased from the office.
Five star fun at Lady Bluebell
Sandford House has a 7-acre shared garden for guests to enjoy, with enough variety to make it perfect for eating outdoors, taking a leisurely stroll, or simply relaxing on a sunny day. Whether you're enjoying the gorgeous architecture or relaxing in the green spaces, it's the perfect way to while away some time. For those interested in the main house's 'Arts and Crafts' architectural style, a guided tour of the property is available. Less than a 10-minute drive away you'll find the coastal city of Dundee, known as Scotland's sunniest city. With a historic waterfront, amazing sights both old and modern, and the fantastic V&A Dundee art and design museum, it's well worth paying a visit. The seaside town of St Andrews is known as the 'Home of Golf', with a 15th century golf course which is one of the oldest in the world. There's plenty to appeal beyond just golf, though, with the spectacular ruins of the cathedral as well as a historic university. With a prime location in the glorious countryside of the Fife area of Scotland, this accommodation boasts unbeatable rural views and makes the perfect setting for a holiday where you can really get away from it all. The 7-acre garden includes picnic areas, room to sit and relax, and enough room for casual strolls. Spend some time in the grounds and get truly immersed in the idyllic surroundings.
For a wild day out! Head to the 55-acre Scottish Deer Centre includes 14 species of deer, as well as wolves, lynxes, Scottish wildcats, and even European brown bears. They also have a supreme selection of birds of prey in their Raptor World. Make a day of it and visit Dundee where you have a superb cultural scene including theatres, art museums and cutting edge architecture. It's worth exploring the city's heritage as well, with a visit to the new V&A building on the waterfront, historic buildings and boats, including the RRS Discovery and the HMS Unicorn. The historic seaside town of St Andrews boasts one of the oldest golf courses in the world, well worth a visit for any fan of the game, as well as three beautiful beaches and the fascinating ruins of St Andrews Castle and the Cathedral of St Andrews. Get a glimpse into not-so-distant history with a visit to Scotland's Secret Bunker. This hidden nuclear command centre is located 100ft beneath the ground, 6 miles outside St Andrews, and was built in 1953 due to the Cold War threat of nuclear war with the USSR. Craigtoun Country Park offers a range of play areas, rides and games for all ages. Outlander fans will be wowed by the connections to all the film locations in this area, which include Falkland, Culross, Balgonie Castle, Dysart Harbour and Aberdour. Golfers are also well catered for with the numerous courses on offer to play. If you prefer to get out into the hills or along the coast walkers will enjoy the Fife Coastal Route, which starts in nearby Newport-on-Tay and travels through many of Fife's charming seaside fishing villages as well as the many right here on your doorstep.
From £500 for a 2 night stay in low season and from £1000 for a 3 night stay in high season.
Lady Bluebell is one of 6 beautiful properties from Sandford Cottages that can be booked in conjunction for larger group bookings. Please contact the owners website link if you are seeking additional properties for your group, listed with us here on Best Scottish Cottages. When booked together Sandford Cottages are perfect for Corporate Retreats!
Pet Policy :
One well behaved pet is welcome on request.
"We booked two adjoining apartments which were perfect for
our group of 5 couples for a long weekend.
There was a lovely welcome basket with essentials plus a lovely bottle of wine waiting for us on arrival. We were very comfortable and the log burner added to the relaxing ambience on a cold November night. We had everything in the kitchen that we needed for rustling up a Sunday dinner for 10 with plenty extra crockery, cutlery, and glasses.
This was our 2nd visit and I'm sure we will all return in the future."
"We can't recommend this accommodation highly enough. Accommodation completed to a very high specification, very clean and friendly welcome. Well worthy of its 5 star rating. This is by far the best accommodation we have stayed at with our little dog in the UK. Ralph and Evelyn were very helpful and always had time to chat even although they seemed very busy. We are already planning another visit next year."
"Fantastic accommodation with n beautiful surroundings. Great communication with owner. Would definitely recommend."
"We were travelling from Canada and used Sandford Cottages as out home base for four days while we explored the East Neil. Evelyn and Ralph are quintessential hosts. Lady Bluebell was spacious and quiet, clean and welcoming (including a basket of essentials). It was fascinating to tour the house and understand the renovations over the years. We were accompanied by my guide dog and he met all the local Pups. We highly recommend this wonderfully appointed setting!"