It’s a big day as we re-open after almost four months of lockdown. Troustry is squeaky clean and there are lots of safeguards in place, including letting only one room at any one time (unless you’re a party of four) and rooms standing empty for 24 hours after deep-cleaning and before the next guests arrive. Fife is looking amazing and there’s lots of summer sunshine left so check out our calendar for availability and we can’t wait to see you all once again.
In Partnership with The National Tourist Organisations of Great Britain. Granted to Troustrie House in recognition that this business has confirmed that they have followed government and industry COVID-19 guidelines, ensuring processes are in place to maintain cleanliness and aid social/physical distancing.
Government guidelines are now opening up Scotland for visitors and we’re now taking bookings from mid-July. We want our guests to feel safe so are letting only one room at any one time (unless you are a party of four) and after deep cleaning, bedrooms will stand empty for an additional 24 hours before the next occupants arrive. Troustrie is set in a peaceful rural East Neuk landscape, yet just a mile from Crail and the Fife Coastal Path and we’re looking forward to welcoming guests for a stay of two nights or more.
Troustrie has a sneaky new bench where you can hide away, enjoy a quiet cuppa or read a book or just watch the clouds and wildlife go past or the crops waving in the breeze.
Peter’s feeling rather pleased with his corner of the garden – perhaps it’ll be a pleasant surprise for Mrs MacGregor.
Mauve, white, teal and now pastel pink. This fabric delivery organised by Bryony of the Fife group of NHS Scotland, For the Love of Scrubs. Well done to all my fellow scrubbers.
The wild gean cherry is flowering in the orchard, overlapping with the late daffies and just before the apple blossom appears. There are new things to see every day, including the new pond planting.
Making scrubs for NHS Scotland. https://www.fortheloveofscrubs.scot/
Interior and exterior furnishings yet to be installed but eagerly awaiting our first visitors – hopefully not a rather large labrador!