Sauchope Links Park
About Sauchope Links Park
The relaxing Sauchope Links holiday park is situated on the rugged coastline of the East Neuk of Fife, an area of Scotland noted for its beautiful beaches, striking seaside scenery and traditional fishing villages, including the charming harbour settlement of Crail which you can find just a few minutes’ walk away from the resort. Sauchope Links Park boasts some truly stunning views across the Firth of Forth to the beautiful Isle of May, and makes a perfect place to stay if you’d like to explore this superb stretch of Scottish shoreline.
Accommodation on site includes a range of luxurious lodges and glamping pods, many of which come complete with private hot tubs to add a touch of pure relaxation to your stay. Dog friendly properties are available, too, if you’d like to bring along your pet to enjoy a seaside break. And you’ll also find a variety of fantastic shared on-site facilities to make your holiday at Sauchope Links really special.
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Things to Try
Isle of May Nature Reserve
Visible from Sauchope Links, the Isle of May is a nature reserve in the Firth of Forth which is home to nesting seabirds, including puffins, and a large colony of grey seals. You can pay a visit to the island from April to September by taking a ferry ride from the nearby town of Anstruther.
There's nowhere better for lovers of whisky than Scotland, and a visit to the 5-star Kingsbarn Distillery, with its fantastic visitor centre, is not to be passed up. There are three different types of distillery tour available, as well as the customary tastings and a café serving delicious local food.
Scotland's Secret Bunker
Subtly situated in the Fife countryside, Scotland's Secret Bunker is a former Cold War military command centre built in 1953, 100ft beneath the ground, in preparation for a potential nuclear war. It's now a tourist attraction so you can explore the history of this hidden installation for yourself.
Sauchope Links is less than a 20 minute drive from the town of St Andrews, known for its many outstanding golf courses and its connection to the origin of the game, as well as historical sites such as the striking ruins of St Andrews Cathedral and the remnants of the medieval St Andrews Castle.
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For Food and Drink
The seafront location of Sauchope Links is likely to put you in the mood for seafood, and if you fancy fish and chips you can't beat the Crail Fish Bar & Cafe in nearby Crail, a local favourite. Further down the coast, the Anstruther Fish Bar is known as one of Scotland's best.
The East Neuk of Fife is famed for its charming fishing villages and coastal towns. Follow the Fife Coastal Path from the nearby village of Crail and pay a visit to Anstruther, Pittenweem, St Monans and Elie and Earlsferry, each of which has its own unique charm and is worth exploring.