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Sauchope Links Park

Sauchope Links Park

Sauchope Links Park is the perfect destination for relaxing seaside holidays in the East Neuk of Fife, a rugged coastal 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. Enjoy some truly stunning views across the Firth of Forth to the beautiful Isle of May, with this seaside holiday destination making 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 seaside holiday in the East Neuk of Fife really special.

By the Sea

Sauchope Links Park 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, Sauchope Links 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, you'll find a 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 Sauchope Links Park 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.


Please note: due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the attractions and amenities shown below may be closed or only offering a limited service. Please check their individual websites or call them ahead of time to avoid disappointment when visiting.

Things to Try

Isle of May Nature Reserve

Grey seals

Visible from the resort, 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.

Kingsbarn Distillery

Distillery barrels

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

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.

St Andrews

St Andrews Cathedral ruins

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.

Create Incredible Memories

For Food and Drink

Fish and chips

A seaside holiday in the East Neuk of Fife 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.

For Attractions

Anstruther, near Sauchope Links

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.

For Activities

A golf course in St Andrews

Scotland is well known as a golfer's haven, and just a couple of miles away are Crail Golfing Society's two courses, Balcomie Links and Craigshead Links. A little further afield is Kingsbarn Golf Links, and of course you can head to St Andrews, the 'Home of Golf', for more.