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Craigie’s Farm Deli and Café is located between South Queensferry and Edinburgh, the location boasts magnificent views over Edinburgh, the Firth of Forth and the Pentlands.

Regardless of whether you plan to come by car, bus, bicycle or by foot, we are easily accessible.  Satnav can be unreliable in country areas so please look at the following maps.

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Coming from Edinburgh
Turn left at the first main flyover junction on the A90 (Forth Bridge road) just a couple of miles from the Barnton lights.
This is signposted Kirkliston and Army HQ Scotland.
Carry on westwards for about 1 mile and the farm road is on your right.

Coming from the Forth Bridge
Take the A90 heading to Edinburgh, keep in the left hand lane so that you do not end up on the A8000.  After 2 miles take the slip road signposted, Kirkliston and Army HQ Scotland, then turn right to cross over the dual carriageway.
Carry on westwards for about 1 mile and the farm road is on your right.

Coming from the West
Make your way to Kirkliston at the cross roads take the road heading East (War Memorial on your left, Scotmid on your right), just as you are leaving Kirkliston take the road to your left, signposted 'Cramond'.  Stay on this road for 2.5 miles until you see the signs for 'Craigie' directing you to turn left.

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    • Craigie's Farm Shop and CafeCraigie's Farm Shop and Cafe Still to buy your turkey? We have 25% off our turkey breasts and crowns! That means you can enjoy your boneless turkey for only £8.95 per kilo! What a Christmas bargain! Pop along to our butchery counter (which is full to the brim!) and place your order today!
    • Donna LumsdenDonna Lumsden Thanks very much to all the wonderful people at Craigie's. Our second year at breakfast with santa and this one was looked forward to by kids and mum alike after such a great event last year. You did not disappoint! Thanks for a very special Morning of delicious food and magical memories. In fact, thanks for a year full of great memories - from what's growing on the farm, to the pumpkin festival, to santa breakfast, Craigie's has featured in a few of our family outings in 2014. So thanks for doing what you do so well. Have a very merry Christmas and see you in 2015!22 hours ago
    • Craigie's Farm Shop and CafeCraigie's Farm Shop and Cafe Make sure you are organised for New Year's Day and order your Steak Pie today! Our Steak Pies are made with succulent chunks of Auchtertool Angus Beef in a rich gravy with handmade Artisan pastry - delicious! And our friends at the Buffalo Farm have hidden a £50 note in 2 of our Steak Pies! So order yours today to be in with the chance of a lovely surprise on the 1st January! Head to our online order form and place your order now! http://www.craigies.co.uk/butchery/christmas-order-order-form
    • Craigie's Farm Shop and CafeCraigie's Farm Shop and Cafe If you still have some last minute essentials to get before Christmas day, Rab has the butchery counter well stocked for any bits and bobs you may require! Also, don't forget your cakes for the big day, vegetables (especially the brussel sprouts!) and your cheese board! We have a great selection of Scottish cheese to choose from! We looking forward to seeing you over the next few days!
    • Craigie's Farm Shop and CafeCraigie's Farm Shop and Cafe Looking for some inspiration for Christmas presents? We now stock a range of award winning Bolney Wines from a wine estate in Sussex and their sparkling wine is particularly successful! These are a must have item on your Christmas list! We have also started stocking Arbikie Potato Vodka which has been produced here in Scotland from 3 types of potatoes! Both would make great Christmas gifts! (We think so anyway!)

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