Sauchope Links Park

About the Resort

This relaxing 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 really special.

By the Sea

Sauchope Links is right by the sea, with amazing views and plenty of beaches and coastline to explore. Take a stroll by the waves, hunt for fossils, watch the birds, and enjoy the seafront surroundings.

Outdoor Swimming Pool

If you’re in the mood for a dip, the resort has its own heated outdoor swimming pool for guests to enjoy. The pool is open from the end of June throughout the summer months, weather permitting.

Games Room & Play Area

The resort has an indoor recreation room with a pool table and table football game, a great way to spend a few hours. There’s also a children’s play area where little ones can blow off some steam.

Convenient Shops

For those everyday holiday essentials, Sauchope Links has its own small on-site shop. For a wider range of stock, a ten-minute stroll down the coast will take you to a handy local supermarket.

Close to the Village

A few minutes’ walk from the resort is the traditional fishing village of Crail, with its cobbled streets and little harbour. It’s just one of the gorgeous historic seaside villages to be found in the East Neuk of Fife.