This region is described as the ‘Home of Golf’ but that’s not all it has to offer. Beautiful woodland views and a range of activities make this the perfect place in Scotland to take a well-earned break. Local activities to enjoy while visiting include:
Our park is ideally located within close proximity to local shops, transport links and other amenities. Letham Feus is also just a 20 minute drive to historic St. Andrews, home to St. Andrew’s University, the third oldest university in the English-speaking world and several prestigious golf courses.
Letham Feus Holiday Park is located near Leven and is only a short drive away from several towns including Lundin Links and Cupar.
Lundin Links is very much a 19th Century village with charming shops and excellent restaurants, some of which are the very best in the area.
Sport is a major part of Lundin Links, with two golf courses, the Lundin Links Club and the Lundin Ladies Club. The Lundin Links Club is host to the British Open Final Qualifying when contested for at the 'Home of Golf', and is voted among the top Links courses in Britain by Golf Monthly magazine. There is also a Bowling Club and Lundin Sports Club, where you can enjoy a game of tennis or squash or have a work out in the gym.
The village boasts a fine beach, tennis courts and a putting green. Of archaeological interest are the three Lundin Links standing stones, on the Lundin Ladies Club golf course, which date from the 2nd Millennium BC.
The old market town of Cupar lies in the heart of the fertile Howe of Fife. The town is easy to get to, easy to park in, and it is easy to find most items on your shopping list.
Where the streets and shopping malls of larger towns offer a plethora of high street chain stores, Cupar provides a different experience. Most of Cupar's businesses are family owned and run. While you're browsing the terrific range of speciality and boutique shops, you'll find the hours fly past and you'll have spent the whole day there. From whole foods to bridal dresses, Cupar offers an excellent range of unique shops and a relaxing shopping experience.
Farmer's markets are held in the town centre on the second Saturday of each month, bringing fresh quality produce to your shopping basket.
And, for a small town, Cupar has a great selection of cafés and restaurants. There are also a number of parks worth a visit and the town has good rail links.