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Visitor Reviews - Sauchope Links Caravan Park

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Sauchope Links Caravan Park
Warsea Road
Fife   (Browse area)
KY10 3Xj   See Map                                 Share Google Plus  Tweet This!  Share on Facebook
Tel: 01333 450460

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Pitches: 50
Open: Easter To 31st October

Rating: Average Review Score: 8/10 from 61 Reviews
              8/10 from 61 Reviews

Units accepted:    Tents  Caravans  Motorhomes  Statics for Hire  Statics on Sale  Glamping 

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Date of Visit: October 2016 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Greg M 19 reviews from this member

Firstly I must repeat other peoples views that this is a stunning location, literally on the beach as it were.

Unfortunately for us the weather had just turned quite nasty as we had arrived and also bearing in mind the month probably did not do it justice.

The site looked well maintained, and is a mixture of statics and touring plots.

The toilets were slightly confusing to us at first as M & F can access either side of the block with female and male toilets separated inside, slightly disconcerting while we were there as a group of kids had deemed it a designated playground. There were also three showers for either Male or female. Also a laundry although we did not explore that option.

Washing up facilities were at the rear of the block.

For once my trusty TV aerial failed me totally. My mobile (Virgin) and with it internet was non existent. To be fair other regular campers had no trouble TV wise, but I did not enquire about mobiles.

This was important for me (phone wise) and despite walking in every direction for a good distance could not improve it.

It goes to show the generosity of the Scottish people, that someone who I had previously only communicated with on this site offered to drive from 38 miles away to bring us a TV aerial that he knew worked there (many thanks for the offer Vangoman), MÚran taing or as we say, thanks butt.

As mentioned the weather was pretty bad and from the comfort of the van we watched some of the fishermen retrieving their lobster pots hats off here.

Complain about the price of Oil, gas or electric but seafood, how can you?.

We also done the walk to the harbour and seen the fisherman we had seen numerous times in front of us come in, his wife and children were on the harbour wall cheering him in.

Now anyone who has had kids could not fail (like myself ) to have something hit them in the eye at that point.

I had a fairly high risk job but to watch that man risk his life,

He has my total admiration.

The only downside, due to the non existent phone signal we could not stay there our planned time, when my wife explained we had three days booked but would have to leave, it was a case of tough luck. Now in peak times I can understand this but when they could hardly fill half of the site?. Very difficult to get in touch with the company afterwards.

Had the company representative said we will meet you halfway, come back and see us next year with this voucher for a discount(nothing racist here) but I don't think the lady (Polish?) grasped what the wife was saying.

Back on a high note, the village butcher has the widest smile ever and refuses to take money, go to the hatch for that(his wife?) H&S must be well pleased with them, he will not touch the money.

His food, exceptional. The Chippie had a great reputation, sadly we never used it, friendly Coop, people, superb.

Trying to be fair here, would I visit again, perhaps. Worth a visit, definitely

The lobster fisherman we talked to with his family, stay safe Butt.

Would not have missed it.



Date of Visit: August 2016 Unit:  Campervan Rating:
Reviewer: MrsHotrod 3 reviews from this member

We arrived here on Tuesday, what a stunning location.

Most of the pitches have a sea view, some right on the coastline. Some pitches were on a slope so had to use levellers.

Showers/toilets/wash up area were nice and clean. Although there are only 3 showers for the site, we never had a problem, hubby had to queue one morning for a few minutes. I went at night and there wasn't a problem then, showers nice and hot and not one of those push button types. There is a pool on site which is good, although we never used it.

Walked along the coastal path into the harbour, it's beautiful. Hubby had fresh lobster bought from a small hut there. Gorgeous.

A lovely site, would return, no problem.

Date of Visit: June 2016 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Mickcoleman427 16 reviews from this member

Absolutely loved this place. Found it by chance one evening - followed the signs from village centre down narrow access road - but what a view. Feels like you are actually on the beach. We saw Dolphins the first evening we were there - what a bonus. The staff were lovely and very helpful, the static area is large but beautifully kept. Toilet block is more than adequate with excellent modern facilities. Lovely walk along coast path into Crail in one direction, or just along beautiful coast in the other. Crail is a lovely village well worth a visit. Lovely site - will definitely return.

Date of Visit: June 2016 Unit:  Campervan Rating:
Reviewer: Tranny1 4 reviews from this member

Lovely position next to the shoreline with a view over the sea to the Isle of May. Walk from site along the coast to village 10 minutes where there's a lovely harbour and picturesque village (plus Hotel for a beer which we didn't try). Great chippy but long queue although well worth the wait as best fish & chips I've had for a while. Good facilities with 2 wash blocks and all inclusive for £25 for 1 night inc EHU. Also had indoor kitchen, TV room and lounge area. Maintained well and couple of guys came round to empty the bins and clean up. Wished we'd stayed longer.

Date of Visit: March 2016 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Gem64 1 review from this member

Great site with fantastic views & couldn't be any nearer the sea. Wardens friendly & helpful. Pleasant walk into Crail. Great for anyone with dogs, they are welcome at The Golf Inn & good food served there too. Only thing which lets the site down is the toilet/shower block. I'm sure there must be plans to replace it. But right now it is a cold, dark, uninviting place if there was ever one. Found it impossible to shower without soaking the floor of the changing area soaking my towels trying to get dry. In the cold. The toilet/shower block is a relic from the 70's & lets the whole place down. Wifi at £3. 50 a day a bit steep too particularly when it could best be described as 'intermittent'.

Date of Visit: September 2015 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: BScotland 6 reviews from this member

Nice site in excellent location with lovely sea views. A short walk or cycle to the village which is well supplied with shops (Co-op, Baker, Chemist, fancy-goods shop, fruit & Veg and another small supermarket) and of course a very good chip shop. Unfortunately it is the Shower block which lets this site down. There are only 3 showers (Unisex), which don't appear to be cleaned daily. Remember to take a large length of paper towel in with you to clean-up the previous user before you start as there is no mop provided for them or you to clean-up. Flexible showerhead and plenty of hot water, nowhere to put your showergel or shampoo other than the floor. Pity as it's a lovely site.

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