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Vacation visit during a mini heatwave in Fife , used The Crusoe on a few occasions as holiday let local to the establishment.
Great value for money , Hotel Staff in Bar / Restaurant really friendly and efficient.
Not the first time visiting and find...More
After reading previous reviews I was a bit wary however we were pleasantly surprised..our room 10 was spotless comfortable and had lovely views the staff were all polite and friendly and the food was fabulous
This lovely statue is a fitting tribute to Alexander Selkirk, the inspiration for the book Robinson Crusoe. A distinctive statue, in great condition, pays tribute to Selkirk, who was born here. You cannot come to Lower Largo without finding the statue, well positioned in the...More
Easy to find in the main street and well worth a visit. It completes the history of Lower Largo with the seaman, Selkirk, being left isolated on an island and the novel of Robinson Crusoe coming about in later years.
Whilst having a walk around Lower Largo yesterday, my wife and I discovered the Robinson Crusoe Statue.
Lower Largo is famed for its links with Alexander Selkirk, who was born in the village in 1676. The statue marks the cottage where Alexander Selkirk was born....More