Golf, walking and sight seeing around Ladybank, Fife

Annsmuir Park Homes Estate is ideally placed for enjoying Fife’s wonderful heritage - picturesque fishing villages, sandy beaches, beautiful countryside, sporting facilities, and a wide range of events and attractions. It is situated on the edge of Ladybank Golf Course, which has been used regularly for the Open Golf Championship final qualifying. It boasts superb scenery, and the natural beauty of the surroundings provides valuable wildlife habitat for a range of flora and fauna, which is both locally and nationally uncommon. All of Fife’s other famous golf courses, including St. Andrews, are only a short drive away.

 

Birnie & Gaddon Lochs are well-established conservation areas which provide popular bird watching and walking opportunities, just one mile from the park, near Giffordtown.

 

Ladybank is conveniently located for good rail and road access, with the station less than a mile away, and Scotland’s motorway network on the doorstep, both linking to the cities of Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dundee, Perth and the A9 north.

 

Things to see and do

 

Whilst enjoying the benefits of modern attractions, North East Fife is steeped in history, with the centrepiece undoubtedly being the remarkable City of St Andrews. Today, most of the area consists of thriving towns with extensive attractions. Cupar and Glenrothes are the main shopping centres of the area, and St Andrews and Kirkcaldy are popular for arts and entertainment with the Byre and Adam Smith Theatres, Kirkcaldy Art Gallery and Museum. Cupar and Glentothes boast fine swimming and sports complexes with leisure facilities.

 

The coastline is scattered with picturesque sea towns, villages, long sandy beaches and coastal walks. The harbours, still bustling with fishing boats, are full of character, with crow-stepped gables fronting quaint streets, and are wonderful locations for visiting and dining out. The Wemyss Caves on this stretch of coastline are treasure troves of prehistoric carvings.

 

Attractions further afield include...

 

Deep Sea World near Dunfermline. Falkland Palace. The Aquarium and Botanic Gardens in St. Andrews. Blair Drummond Safari and Adventure Park, Stirling. The Zoo, Our Dynamic Earth, Royal Botanic Gardens, The Britannia Experience and Royal Observatory Visitor Centre, in Edinburgh. The Scottish Railway Exhibition, Bo’ness. Almond Valley Heritage Centre, Livingston.

 

And last but not least, there are more than 44 wonderful golf courses in Fife alone, including the world famous St. Andrews Golf Courses!