Supplier of the Month June ’17
Meet our supplier of the month - Great Glen Charcuterie. One thing we take real pride in at Craigie's is ensuring tha... more
You’ve arrived at a very special place! At Craigie’s Farm you can eat, shop, ‘pick your own’ and let the children play outside. Above all, Craigie’s is somewhere you can enjoy a little bit of rural life away from the buzz of the big city.
When you visit Craigie’s Farm you can enjoy the fruits of our labour as well as those of some of the finest local producers in Scotland. Our larder, Scotland’s larder, is one of the best in the world. At Craigie’s we showcase everything that Scotland has to offer not only with the food in our cafe but also in our fantastic farm shop. Fruit and veg, milk and dairy products, award winning sausages, a great range of Scottish cheeses, local gins, beers, ice creams, as well as home made jams, chutneys, pies and cakes and much much more!
But it’s not all about eating! Come and enjoy our outside space too. Whether you’re visiting to meet our animals or to Pick Your Own fruit during the summer season or to let the kids play in our play area be sure to take in some fresh air, kick back and forget about real life for a while. We want you to enjoy every minute of your visit and that goes for the whole family. There’s something for everyone at Craigie’s Farm!
Our fantastic farm shop features the best of Scotland's Larder. Pick up gifts, farm toys, books and cards too!
Our cafe serves breakfast, lunch, coffee, tea and plenty of delicious home bakes using as much local produce as possible.
Visit our animals, play on the swings, take a tractor and trailer ride, become a nature detective and pick your own fruit!
Pigs, piglets, chickens, horses, sheep, pygmy goats, we've plenty of animals for you to meet!
Why not pick something up for tea from our award winning butchery. High quality fresh meat from local suppliers.
Pick Your Own at Craigie's is big business! Families come back year after year to enjoy the fruits of our labour.
The Edinburgh and Lothian’s Greenspace Trust has developed a number of trails and paths on the farm and nearby Craigie Hill. The Nature detective trail is aimed at primary school aged kids, however there are interpretation boards adults will understand too!
West Craigie is a really good starting point to explore. Historic Dalmeny village (complete with the best preserved Norman church in Scotland) is just a short walk away, whilst Kirkliston and South Queensferry, home of the most famous bridge in Britain, are longer walks or just a short cycle.
Dogs are more than welcome at Craigie's and we have a special area for them just at the front of the cafe with plenty of bowls of water too. Certain areas are restricted but please ask if you're unsure.