Kilduff Farm is a working arable farm located in a secluded location in the heart of East Lothian between the towns of North Berwick and Haddington. With spectacular views south to the Lammermuir Hills and north to the Firth of Forth, Kilduff Farm sits less than a mile outside the village of Athelstaneford. This pretty conservation village is the birthplace of Scotland’s national flag, the St. Andrew’s Cross or Saltire. We are located three miles north east of Haddington and six miles south of North Berwick.
In addition to growing traditional crops of wheat, oats and beans, here at Kilduff you will find pumpkin picking, a luxury self-catering holiday home, residential properties, storage options and filming and shoot locations.
This year we have been incredibly lucky to have Helen Cross join the team here at Kilduff. She has so many skill sets and wears many different hats when it comes to working with us – communication, marketing, recipe developer, cheerleader and, above all, friend. Much of lockdown for her was spent with her gorgeous … ContinuedRead more
I think I speak on behalf of us all when I say that the last six months have been a rollercoaster and emotionally difficult for everyone and still we are not yet out of the woods. At the start of the year I promised that I would keep this space updated, bringing you an insight … ContinuedRead more
As pumpkin picking on The Patch comes to an end, so too does living on toasties and takeaways. We are all now craving good food and vitamins, so I headed into the kitchen this morning to make a big pot of our delicious Pumpkin, Sweet Potato and Lentil soup. This is one of three recipes … ContinuedRead more