Lundin Links

Lundin Links is a picturesque seaside village in the East Neuk of Fife three miles east of Leven.

The amenities include a championship standard golf course (18 holes), a ladies golf course (9 holes) (with historic ‘standing stanes’), two hotels (The Old Manor and the Lundin Links Hotel) Lundin Sports Club and Lundin Links Bowling Club. Lundin Links is a popular destination for tourists as a centre for golfing holidays, golfing on the many golf courses in Fife including courses at Charlton, Elie and St Andrews.

There was formerly a railway station at the main Golf Course.

Keilsden Wood which lies to the North of the village was frequented  by Alexander Selkirk (‘Robinson Crusoe’).

There are two caravan parks to the North of Lundin Links:-

1.      Largo House Caravan Park (residential Caravans)

2.      Woodland Caravan Park (towing caravans)

Lundin Mill Primary School with a roll of approximately 130 pupils is located within the village and also serves the surrounding community.

The village is well served with local shops including, bakers, butchers, post office, hairdressers and restaurants.

The Old Manor Hotel has fine views of the sea and golf course whilst the former Lundin Links Hotel is a striking mock tudor building in the centre of the village, but now closed and waiting to be converted into retirement flats.

The village is served by 3 bus services namely, X27, X60 and 95 connecting Glasgow, Edinburgh and St Andrews.