INNOVATIVE

FARMING

The Stevenson family have been farming at Luffness Mains since 1913. Today we specialise in sustainable farming of potatoes, carrots and other arable crops.

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B&B

Our beautiful 16th Century farmhouse offers guests a warm welcome and a fabulous breakfast next to the wonderful coastal golf courses of East Lothian.

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EQUESTRIAN

Luffness Mains Equestrian offers a beautiful purpose built, all weather competition arena available for hire.

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Luffness Mains

Sustainable arable farming in a beautiful, Scottish coastal landscape

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Farming

Want to know more about the world of sustainable farming and what we get up to here at Luffness Mains growing healthy food for multiple markets? Read more

Farmhouse B&B

In need of a relaxing weekend or a round of golf, maybe both? Come and stay in our lovely farmhouse and enjoy the tranquillity of the East Lothian countryside Read more

Equestrian

Does your horse/pony need some extra training? Why not book a session to use our all-weather arena with full set of show jumps

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About Luffness Mains

Luffness Mains is an arable farm on the East Lothian coast 20 miles from Edinburgh, close to many world class golf courses. Allan Stevenson and Alison Richardson live here. Farmed by grandfather, also Allan Stevenson from 1913, we now have exclusive use Bed and Breakfast in the farmhouse and an all-weather equestrian arena for hire.

As farmers our focus is on sustainable production of potatoes, carrots and other arable crops mostly for retail and food service customers. With LEAF Marque accreditation, the Gold Standard for sustainable farming in the UK, we are proud of our focus on innovation and quality.

Great to see one of my #photos of @luffnessmains #potato #harvest in #EastLothian appearing in @thetimesscot today. Thanks to Stella and Edina for letting me take a photo of their hard work. #farming #potatoes #agriculture

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Allan Stevenson

Experiencing a very challenging year as the Chairman of the Farmers’ Club in London www.thefarmersclub.com due to the closure of the Club and cancellation of almost all the events for the year already due to Covid19. Grateful to have been locked down on a farm with the ability to move around freely, as an ‘essential’ person, with a very busy farm team planting potatoes and carrots and emptying stores throughout this period.

Looking forward to returning to the Farmers’ Club when movement restrictions allow and being able to travel. Missing golf, social life, eating out and the local pub.

Arable farmer in East Lothian, Scotland, specialising in growing carrots & potatoes for pre-packing for retail markets.

Chartered Accountant and experienced NED & Finance Director.

Looking to join another Board of Directors where there is a need to grow the business create shareholder value, instigate major changes or expand internationally. Looking for companies that require a strong and independent leader to support the Board team.

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