The above image is detail taken from a multi-view postcard of Lundin Links dating from the early years of the last century. Interestingly, the Lundin Links Hotel is labelled as 'Golf Hotel'. It might have been a short-lived name used after the hotel was first built to attract golfing visitors. The hotel's architect of course was a past Captain of the Lundin Golf Club. The photo was certainly taken soon after completion of the hotel. Note the old water tap still in place in front of the hotel between the gates and the people leaning on the wall (this tap would soon be removed). Also there is a cart to the left of the hotel. The gardens at the front look new with no mature planting. This new elaborate building, and the people it must have attracted, must surely have caused quite a stir in the village at the time.
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