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The house is located in the beautiful east coast town of Anstruther, within the C-listed building, formerly the infamous Smuggler’s Inn, a former 18th-century coach-house. Sitting on the edge of the Dreel River with views of Anstruther harbour, the house is ideally located for golf lovers, walkers, foodies and watersports enthusiasts. The position of the house offers the perfect base to allow you to enjoy the local area to the fullest or to unwind and enjoy the tranquillity that the house has to offer.
Check availability and book your stay at Ainster House through our InnStyle calendar below.
Nightly rates for 2022 start at £275 per night in low season rising to £300 per night in summer – three-night minimum booking.
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