As the sun sets on the shores of the River Forth let us give you a taste of what the Village of Lower Largo in "The Kingdom Of Fife, Scotland" is like.
Lower Largo was a small fishing village that nestled on the coast of Fife near to the home of golf - St Andrews. The area has been inhabited for thousands of years with its Standing Stones and a temple that once was a resting place for the Knights of St John. The village was once the home to Alexander Selkirk "Robinson Crusoe" who lived at 101 Main St.
Please have a look at our website and enjoy a tour around the Cottage, Village, and many other sights. After, You may wish to visit the area for a short holiday and see the village for your self.
John & Ruth Richardson are the owners of 'Silverlea' (with the Red door). We would love you and your family to come and enjoy a visit to this very special village in the East Neuk of FIFE. For more information or to Book please contact us via this website or by e-mail.
John and Ruth Richardson