Burntisland Studio

Burntisland Studio is a stylish flat on the ground floor of an elegant Victorian building. It comprises a combined double bedroom and living space with a separate private kitchen and bathroom. It's very close to the train station, town, harbour and beach. 

To take some of the worry out of your planning, we are offering free cancellations. If you can't make it, just let us know.

For more info, covid precautions, guest stories and images, head to the website: burntislandstudio.com

  • 3 night minimum stay
  • Washer/dryer included
  • Towels and bedding included
  • Private parking available
  • We can't host pets or children at the moment, sorry



 Living Room




 Tumble Dryer

 Washing Machine

 Parking Included

 Private Entrance

 Smoke Detector

 Co Detector


 Laptop Friendly






 Dishes, Utensils










 Water Front

 Near Ocean


 Water View


 Pets Not Allowed


 Adults Only

 Children Not Allowed

 Smoking Not Allowed

 Car Not Necessary

 Infants not allowed




The main living area has a comfortable new double bed, a table and two chairs, books to read and games in the cupboard for a rainy day.Sit in bed with the sash window open, enjoying views of the harbour and across the Firth of Forth to Edinburgh.There's a neat table and chair area for meals and boardgames, and a corner designed for reading, in what we believe to be the most comfortable chair you'll ever sit in!We've designed the studio around the colours of Burntisland – especially the beach, which is a blanket of exquisite, tiny shells.We know most guests will have had a long journey, so we offer teas, biscuits and a selection of home-made preserves to help yourself to when you arrive.No need to feel lost in Burntisland Studio; we're just a call or email away. And it's a small, very friendly town – we know it'll soon feel like home!This little piggy went to Burntisland Studio and as you can imagine, he's seen a lot from his top shelf vantage point. But rest assured these are the only eyes on you in this private apartment on a very quiet street!An obligatory succulent. Forgive us.All of the artwork in the studio has been carefully selected for colour and theme – and you can find out more about it in the art catalogue provided in the studio, and online.Guests will be welcomed with a little package of goodies to get you going – it'll vary according to what's available, but for now we can guarantee tea, coffee, biscuits and homemade jam.An old postcard showing the Aberdeen Express using the railway you may very well have been on, to get to Burntisland Studio. If not, we recommend a trip in either direction for inspiring coastal views and beautiful towns to stop off at.The kitchen is cute and quirky, with pots and pans, cloths and utensils, a two-plate hob, cooker, microwave, fridge-freezer and brand new washer-dryer.