A friendly Scottish welcome awaits you at the peace and tranquility of The Hamptons in Lundin Links.
An old mill house dating back to 1850, The Hamptons is located in the picturesque "East Neuk", just off the Fife Coastal Path . Hampton House is the perfect setting for exploring the treasures of the Kingdom of Fife or as an overnight stop on a touring or walking holiday. The family run business offers evocative surroundings in extreme comfort and is also the perfect place for a spring or summer short break.
Fife has many attractions to visitors. Traditionally the home of golf, there are over 40 courses all within a short drive.
Lundin Links has two golf courses, the championship one at Lundin Golf Club and the excellent nine hole Lundin Ladies Golf Course. Both being just few minutes unspoiled walk from The Hamptons.
Lower Largo, a short walk from Hampton-House, is the birthplace of Alexander Selkirk, the ill-fated Scottish sailor who spent more than four years as a castaway in the South Pacific Ocean. Selkirk was later to become a source of inspiration for writer Daniel Defoe's fictional Robinson Crusoe. A statue of Robinson Crusoe stands gazing seaward outside the cottage that was once Selkirk's family home.
The Kingdom of Fife is also home to Dunfermline, the ancient capital of Scotland and to St Andrews, well known for its University, one of the most ancient in the world.