Crail is a picturesque fishing village in the East Neuk of Fife, part of the Kingdom of Fife and where my parents lived for a few years.
“Charming cobbled streets tumble down to the miniature harbour, which is sheltered by cliffs and surrounded by fishing cottages. Crail is a typically tourist-friendly village and gets particularly busy in the summer months when people flock to the harbour front for an ice cream and a stroll in the sunshine.
Attractions in this delightful village include St Mary’s Church, Crail Museum and Heritage Centre, Crail Pottery and the Jerdan Gallery.” (VisitScotland.com)
We stayed the night at Crichton House which is a lovely B&B. The hostess made us most welcome and we had a great dinner at the local pub that night.
The following day we headed for the Secret Bunker but I will tell you about that in my next Tuesday Travels.