"We are quite enjoying our holiday here and have been fortunate with the weather, so far; more so than some places. No telephones, no "dud" starters, no wavelengths, just fresh air, walks, sunbaths, etc. Results OK."
So I assume that this person's holiday in Lundin Links was a refreshing break from new technology and a chance to enjoy a quieter pace of life! Certainly the photograph reflects a place of leisure - the detail shown below highlights the group of people in the foreground, with the dog, looking like they might have stepped off the tennis court or bowling green. In the distance, rounding the corner in front of the hotel is a charabanc perhaps full of day trippers from a nearby town.
The house closest to the camera (with people on both sides of the railings) is "The Chestnuts". One of the first houses built on Leven Road at the end of the 19th century, the house has always had that name - taken from the pair of Chestnut trees in the front garden. Beyond that are Rowan Cottage and Beechwood. Woodielea Road is off to the left, while Crescent Road lies off to the right. Note that the row of shops on the right hand side is yet to be completed. The last part going up to the bank corner was finished in 1926.