Walking Around the Seafront in Anstruther, Scotland

I stayed in Anstruther on the Fife coast in Scotland on a Sunday night in Novembmer. I arrived in Anstruther around 3pm to check in at The Waterfront. It free to park in the car parks in Anstruther in the low season. The short stay car park close to The Waterfron was full. But I found a space at the long stay car park a bit further along.

After checking in at The Waterfront, I decided to go out for stroll along the seafront and have some fish and chips before dark.

It was really sunny when I first went out.

You can take a boat trip out the Isle of May from Anstruther. The trips had finished for the day. In any case, I get seasick, so wouldn’t be going out on a boat.

The Anstruther Fish Bar is well known locally and has won many awards.

There was such a good view from where I had parked my car, that I decided to have a take-away to eat in the car.

Even on a Sunday evening, there was a long queue at the Anstruther Fish Bar. My haddock and chips cost £6.65. For around £9 you could eat in the restaurant. That price included a hot drink and bread and butter.

My fish supper was large, consisting of one and half haddock fillets. It was really tasty. I opened all the car windows to allow for a good airing after finishing my fish supper, when I moved the car down to the short stay car park

The following morning, as heavy rain was forecast. I decided to go for another walk along Anstruther seafront to see the sun rise before breakfast.

It was of a grey morning, but Anstruther still looked pretty, It was so quiet compared the previous evening.

I recommend a visit to Anstruther, preferably on a bright day in low season, as it gets very busy in the Summer.