If you love golf, then Letham Feus Park could be the ideal place to stay on your holidays in Scotland.
Owned and run by Largo Leisure, Letham Feus Park, which is not far off the A916, has a selection of two- and three-berth holiday caravans to rent. Each caravan has a good sized and well equipped kitchen, a dining area, a lounge with a TV and a fireplace, double glazing and gas central heating, plus pillows and duvets are included. In the two-berth holiday homes you'll also get a dishwasher. New pine lodges at this park give guests something else to consider when booking their stay.
Want to stay longer or come back on a regular basis? Some new and used caravan holiday homes are available to buy.
The on-site shop at Letham Feus Park is well stocked with the basics and is a convenient place for guests to pop if they need to pick up essentials. There's also a bar where there's entertainment in the evenings, plus there's a small, outdoor play area for the children.
There are lots of things to see and do in the area and, as we said, it's great if you like golf. Leven Links and Scoonie Golf Course are both about a 10-minute drive away, Charleton Golf Course and The Duke's Golf Course are a 20-minute drive from this park, Kingsbarns Golf Links is 40 minutes away, plus the world famous The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews is about a half hour drive away.
Whether you like golf or not, lovely St Andrews is well worth visiting. Home to the first university in Scotland, with its cobbled streets, narrow alleys, the ruined cathedral, the castle, the church of St Regulus, an aquarium, the botanic gardens, two beaches and the British Golf Museum, there's lots to see.
Maybe you'd like to visit Dundee? It is about a 40-minute drive from Letham Feus Park, while Perth is about three quarters of an hour away. Or take time to visit Edinburgh? Take a trip to the castle, go to Arthur's Seat, climb the Scott Monument, have a day of culture at the Scottish National Gallery, tour the Royal Yacht Britannia, wander round the old town, walk the Royal Mile, enjoy the Royal Botanic Garden, and visit the Palace of Holyroodhouse and Holyrood Park.
If you want to lose yourself in the natural beauty of Scotland, the Pentland Hills Regional Park just to the south of Edinburgh is a great place for walking, horse riding, dog walking, cycling, orienteering and fishing. Or you could head for the Lomond Hills Regional Park. This is much closer to Letham Feus Park and was the first Regional Park in Scotland. Whether walking, mountain biking, or wildlife and bird watching take your fancy, you'll have a lovely day out at the Lomond Hills Regional Park. There are two car parks, at East Lomond and at Craigmead, both of which have toilets and picnic areas.
Holiday in Scotland at Letham Feus Park and take away memories to last a lifetime.
In a quiet location with wonderful views to the south overlooking the Forth, 5 minutes from beach, 20 minutes from St Andrews.