The open plan lounge, dining and kitchen area at Fencefoot Farm Cottage is heated by a warm log burning stove and is brightly decorated, creating a relaxing multi-purpose area.
The room is furnished with a large armchair, a comfortable three seater sofa, coffee table and a dining table with six upright seats. A widescreen TV with Virgin digibox and DVD player is also provided.
Warm, bright and spacious
Wood burning stove
Widescreen TV and DVD player
Food & Drink
Across the courtyard from the holiday cottage The Catch at Fins Restaurant serve freshly caught fish and shellfish, all locally sourced and prepared to perfection.
With a choice of menus and great service, the award winning restaurant has featured in The Good Food Guide and Michelin Guide.
Fencefoot Farm Shop and Smokehouse sell a range of meats, freshly caught seafood, chutneys and dairy products proudly crafted by the local farmers, fisherman and people of Ayrshire.
All complimented by a well stocked cellar of wines from around the world and a special selection of locally made beers.
Fencebay Farmers Market is held on the last Sunday of every month.
Browse the stalls to find the freshest and tastiest local fish, meats, game, fruit, vegetable, home baking, jams, honeys and plants, alongside other delicacies and crafts from local producers.
Thanks so much for looking after us so well during our short break earlier in the year. We couldn't have hoped for a more relaxing self catering holiday which is particularly surprising considering we had three kids and an excitable dog in tow!
We couldn't recommend Fencefoot Farm Cottage enough - we've already passed on your details to close friends who regularly visit Scotland and we'd be delighted to do so again.
What a great weekend we had - we'll be coming back that's for sure!
The food and wine bought from the Farm Shop kept the kitchen stocked up and our host Bernard was more than helpful, assisting us with directions, loaning walking maps and giving us ideas for activities which would keep the whole group amused. A genuinely friendly chap whose knowledge of the local area and willingness to help was a huge bonus.