Papple Steading are supporting The Soil Association as gold level Business Circle Member.
Papple Steading is Scotland’s finest 19th C farm being restored for community, business and heritage use.
It is the historic site located between Stenton and Gifford, that taps into both the UK staycation trends and the increase in corporate away days. Accommodating a more hybrid working future in one of Britain’s finest historic “model farms” of the Agricultural Improvement Movement.
What you can find:
Features include William Morris wallpaper, Harrison Spinks beds, hand-crafted oak kitchens and AGA ovens, underfloor heating, Georgian and Victorian antiques, original modern art mixed with maps and drawings from the 19th century, a grand dining room with a large Edwardian table, library, exercise studio for yoga and Pilates, shower room and TV lounge, BBQ terrace, and super-fast broadband throughout.
The site includes the ruins of the 15th century Papple Convent, and Papple Steading originally sat within the Whittingehame Estate, whose Laird was AJ Balfour, uncle to our founder, Lady Eve Balfour, and the British Prime Minister between 1902 and 1905.
Find out more:
And visit: https://papple.com/
Email us at email@example.com for more information about becoming a corporate member of the Soil Association.