Friday, March 18, 2016

Easter Time At The Crusoe

There could not be a more beautiful location to spend your Easter break than at The Crusoe Hotel in Lower Largo.
From our warm and welcoming staff, to the varied and extremely tasty menu, along with the stunning location and comfy beds the hotel is perfect for a few nights of escapism or even on those days where cooking just doesn't seem very appealing.
So why not get in touch to make a reservation or pop in for nice relaxing meal... either way let us take care of you.

Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Weekend Job Vacancy

The Crusoe Hotel Lower Largo near Leven in Fife are now looking for a mature and reliable weekend staff to work at our busy hotel.

Hours will be Saturday and Sunday 7am to 12noon. Candidates must be experienced in hotel admin, cashing up and be able to help out with breakfast and restaurant duties.

Please send your current CV with references and accompanying letter to:

FAO Lesley Dykes,
General Manager & Owner
Crusoe Hotel
2 Main St,
Lower Largo KY8 6BT
Tel: 01333 320759

Why Golf In Scotland?

With new golfing destinations appearing every month choosing where you are going to golf next is not a straightforward choice. So why should you choose to golf in Scotland?

Scotland - The Home of Golf
For many it is a pilgrimage; a journey to play where it all started and sample the history and heritage that comes with a round on The Old Course St Andrews or Prestwick or to sample the wonderful courses designed by James Braid or Old Tom Morris.

Scotland - The Birthplace of the Open Championship
Not just the birthplace but for many the only place to watch an Open Championship. In Scotland you can walk in the footsteps of champions present and past at The Old Course, Muirfield, Carnoustie, Ailsa Turnberry, Royal Troon and the course where it all teed off Prestwick. Are there any better reasons for choosing Scotland for your golfing vacation?

Scotland's Classic Links Golf Challenges
It's not just Open Championship courses that make up a golfing itinerary to Scotland. All round the coast there are classic links courses set by the sea and in sandy dunes. Western Gailes, Cruden Bay, Royal Dornoch and Gullane may be three of the best know but every area in Scotland has its share for golfers of all abilities and for all budgets. Links golf is for many the game in its purest form and Scotland has seaside courses to spare.

Scotland's World Class Hospitality
Every traveller has a different take on what constitutes good hospitality and the strength of a golfing holiday in Scotland is the breadth and depth of the service and welcome that comes with a tour of the country. From knowledgeable caddies and chauffeurs to five star resorts or private hire castles to traditional guest houses the welcome is legendary.

Scotland's Larder
It is more recognised than ever that Scotland's Food and Drink is one of its greatest assets. From the malt whisky to the fresh seafood Scotland's larder is world renowned for the quality of its produce. This is increasingly reflected in the menus of top chefs around the country. Whether in local pubs, hotel dining rooms or country restaurants Scotland's 19th Hole will complement the experience of your day's golf.

Be inspired and start planning your trip to Scotland by getting in touch with the Crusoe Hotel For more information please ring reception on 01333 320759 or email