Rural life in the heart of East Lothian

Welcome to Kilduff Farm

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.

Our farm

Oil painting of a Cottage in East Lothian

News from Kilduff Farm

Pumpkins aren’t just for Halloween

30th Oct

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 … Continued

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The Patch 2019

13th Oct

    The Patch at Kilduff opens for pumpkin picking on Friday 18th October 2019. If you are planning to visit The Patch please have a look at the FAQ page on our website and make sure you keep an eye on our social media pages for latest news and updates.   With less than … Continued

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January at Kilduff

12th Mar

January is a quiet month here at Kilduff. Taking time to get back in the swing of things after a hectic end of 2018 and the Christmas festivities, it’s always a quiet time when we take time to catch our breaths!

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Meet Patch, the newest member of our scarecrow team. He’s been hanging out with us over lockdown and helping tend to The Patch. He’s decided to stick around and is looking forward to seeing you all in a few weeks. 🎃

He’s been here so long, he’s starting to look a little familiar!
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Three weeks to go! Behind all the exciting pumpkin news and pics filling our grid just now, Covid reality is keeping us all in check! We are working incredibly hard to make sure we are doing everything we can to keep The Patch running this year while making sure we keep everyone safe too. We continue to work with East Lothian Council to ensure Scottish Government guidelines are being met and that we are safe to go ahead. We promise to keep you updated with information as and when we have it.

You may have seen over on Native & Wild’s social media that, together, we have made the decision to scale back our food offering on The Patch this year in a bid to help keep you and your little ones safe.

The Native and Wild food truck will still be with us on The Patch but in a slightly different capacity this year. Sadly, they won’t be serving their Posh Stovies, but instead will be selling kick ass coffees, teas, cakes and other sweet treats with a certain theme 🎃

We take your safety extremely seriously so we want to reduce any queues and make your experience at The Patch as fun and relaxing as possible. 

We, more than anyone, know it’s disappointing. This obviously isn’t what we had planned for 2020 on The Patch but we do believe this is the RIGHT thing to do for everyone. 

And next year, it's going to be MEGA 💥

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