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The Local Area Guide to Living in Lundin Links

Lundin Links, a village in Scotland, is famed for being a golfer's haven. The two legendary golf courses: Lundin Golf Course and Lundin Ladies Golf Club sit proudly along the waterfront, welcoming keen golfers, tourists and new residents. However, the petite village was not always a premier hub for golfing. It was, in fact, built as an extension of Lower Largo, a fishing village, to accommodate tourists who swarmed the area looking for a relaxing seaside escape.

Lundin Links is also a popular destination for commuters. St Andrews, Edinburgh and Glasgow are all within close proximity and further aid the popularity of this charming waterside village. And with the Fife Coastal Path practically on your doorstep, you can escape the bustling world and find true solace as you come across gorgeous landscapes en route.

Information about the local residents

With St Andrews over 20 minutes away, Edinburgh over an hour and Glasgow around one and half hours away, Lundin Links tends to empty out in the morning as many make the frenzied rush-hour commute. Living alongside this commuter community is a significantly older population, which is understandable given the peaceful air of the cosy village.

According to the Scottish Neighbourhood Statistics, Lundin Links is part of the multi-member ward of Leven, Kennoway and Largo - the total population of which is 19,000 as of 2013. However, the actual number of people residing in Lundin Links is substantially smaller - hovering around the 1,000 mark. You'll, therefore, notice that there is a strong community spirit and distinct Scottish charm present, which envelops all who decide to live or visit here.

Nearby schools

While there is only one school in Lundin Links, your child's future is in safe hands. Lundin Links Primary School encourages children to work hard and has even developed its own wildlife garden, and is in the midst of developing their own foodstuff - further enhancing the children's learning experience. Lundin Links Primary is a feeder school for Waid Academy, which is situated in nearby Anstruther. Here, pupils are between the ages of 12-18 years and are taught to a high level, which is reflected in the number of students leaving with good grades (in National 4/5s in S3-S4 and Highers in S5) in tow.

Getting around

Lundin Links is not served by its own train station, but that doesn't massively hinder commuters or local residents, as the petite village sits conveniently on the A915, which connects road users with St Andrews, Edinburgh and Glasgow. This mode of transport also offers unparalleled views of the East Neuk of Fife, which is sure to make any early morning commute more bearable! If, however, you wish to take a break from the wheel, the village is well served by bus, which links residents with St Andrews, Dundee and Leven as well as Edinburgh and Glasgow. If you prefer the comfort of a train, the X62 or 95 bus service will take you to Kirkcaldy, which is where the closest train station to Lundin Links is found. From Kirkaldy, you can easily reach the rest of Scotland, as well as parts of England.

Local shops

Shopping in Lundin Links makes for an interesting experience.You can buy quirky items from the gift shop and pick up a fresh bunch of flowers from the local florist. The old manor hotel, which is perched on a hilltop, offers spectacular dishes to please all appetites as well as gorgeous views of the golf course set against the dramatic coastline. For more familiar faces, take a trip into nearby Leven. Here name brand stores like WHSmith, Boots and New Look line the pretty streets and you can pick up dinner from the local Co-op and Iceland food stores on your way home. The bright lights of Edinburgh and Glasgow are also never too far away, so you can enjoy a fun-filled day of perusing through independent boutiques and high-fashion retailers as well as enjoying a pint or two at one of the bars and pubs scattered around the area before heading back home.

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