Wild Harbour is on the corner of Lady Wynd and James Street, the main road that runs through Pittenweem from St Monans to Anstruther. It overlooks Pittenweem Kirkyard and is one minute from the High Street and two minutes from the Harbour. The house has a large hedge at its corner and a brown tourist sign saying ‘historic harbour’ on a lamppost.
If travelling from the St Monan’s direction it’s just after the Pop In second-hand furniture shop and (now closed) petrol station. If coming from Anstruther it’s just after the Lounge About furniture shop on the Harbour side of the road.
If travelling by car:
From Edinburgh and the West – from the Forth Road Bridge take the Kirkcaldy/Glenrothes bypass. Pass Kirkcaldy and head for Glenrothes. At the second main roundabout, follow the signs for Leven. Pass through Lower and Upper Largo then Colinsburgh. Journey time from Glasgow – under two hours.
From Perth / Dundee – cross the Tay Bridge and head for St Andrews. Travel through St Andrews and head out of town on the road for the East Neuk (Kingsbarns, Crail etc). Take the right turning at the top of the first hill above the town (at the garage) marked for Anstruther – which will take 10-15 minutes to reach. At Anstruther turn right, Pittenweem is 3 minutes from Anstruther.
Train to Leuchars then bus to St Andrews. Change at St Andrews Bus Station for East Neuk service - Stagecoach service 95 (or take a taxi from St Andrews).
Train to Kirkcaldy then bus (X60 / X62) to East Neuk.
Train to Dundee. Bus to St Andrews. Changing at St Andrews bus station to take East Neuk service to Pittenweem (95).