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Lundin Links

Lundin Links

This quaint town is located within Fife and is well known for its scenic beaches as well as two key golf courses, including the Open Championships qualifying Lundin Golf Club. The area provides visitors with easy access to some of the best attractions available on Scotland’s East Coast including miles of scenic coastline and spectacular landscapes in which to get out and explore. Lundin Links is also situated beside the charming town of Lower Largo, a village known as the birthplace of Andrew Selkirk – the inspiration behind Robinson Crusoe. Many restaurants and pubs in this area pride themselves on the fresh local produce offered on their menus, with some of the most sought after fresh seafood available in Scotland.

We love Lundin Links because...

  • Scenic coastline
  • Local fresh seafood
  • Variety of wildlife
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Hotels
Hotels in Lundin Links
The Old Manor Hotel
55 Leven Road, Lundin Links KY8 6AJ

Perfectly located on a hilltop overlooking the Forth, this hotel offers stunning views and easy access to the delightful attractions of Scotland's east coast.

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The Old Manor Hotel
55 Leven Road, Lundin Links KY8 6AJ

Perfectly located on a hilltop overlooking the Forth, this hotel offers stunning views and easy access to the delightful attractions of Scotland's east coast.

In and around Lundin Links

Kellie Castle & Garden

This grand castle was built in the 14th century, but saw extensive renovations in the 16th century by the Lorimer family. The exterior incorporates a magnificent walled Victorian garden, which contains roses, fruit trees and flowering plants. Visitors can enjoy viewing the ornate interior with outstanding craftsmanship, plasterwork paintings and furniture on display. There are also a number of nature walks and trails to explore in the area, amongst rolling meadows and woodlands, presenting a great opportunity for wildlife watching.

St Andrews & Elie Sea Safari

This sea safari is one of the best ways to admire the stunning variety of local wildlife in the area, offering boat hire services and a choice of cruises along the East Neuk coastline, covering a number of attractions including ruined castles, caves and scenic villages. Guests have the opportunity to spot numerous seabirds, dolphins, seals and on a lucky day - a Minke or Pilot whale!

Fife Folk Museum

This fascinating museum reveals the cultural history of the lives of those resident in Fife, covering the many aspects of daily life, work and social activities of all, from servants to land holders. Many items and relics are exhibited, bringing the story to life including doll’s houses, horse drawn carts and photographs.

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