Welcome to Edenmill
Set in a spectacular back drop on the John Muir Way between Glasgow and Loch Lomond, Edenmill Farm Shop, Café and Soft Play is a family destination offering Scottish produce, delicious hearty meals and kids activities.
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Currently due to government guidelines the cafe and soft play is closed but butcher counter is open Wednesday – Sunday 9am – 4.30pm.
Edenmill Farm Shop, Café & Soft Play is a family run business nestled in the rolling landscape between the Campsies and Loch Lomond, just a 10 minute drive from Bearsden and Milngavie and close to the Strathendrick villages of Strathblane, Killearn, Drymen and Balfron.
The Attic at Edenmill
Another exciting addition at Edenmill is The Attic.
Brand new bunkhouse accommodation for groups of walkers, exploring the John Muir Way & West Highland Way, corporate groups looking to escape the office for some blue sky thinking or just some friends looking for a weekend away.
Close to Loch Lomond and The Trossachs, The Attic features modern styled rooms ranging from private en-suite, family and large dorm rooms.
Order your Real Christmas TreeEdenmill is also a Christmas Tree Farm
Did you know that you can order your tree online today and it will continue to grow all year and be freshly cut a Christmas and
delivered free to your door
The café and Farm Shop use locally sourced food from all around Scotland.
Jim the butcher uses QMS, ‘Quality Meat Scotland’ products which assures the supplier that the following stipulations must be upheld.
The animal feeds are sourced from QMS approved suppliers, transported by QMS approved hauliers and sold through QMS auctions.
The tea and coffee used are provided by Thomson’s, Glasgow’s oldest coffee roasters.
They ensure farmers receive a price well in excess of ‘Fair Trade’ standards.
At present Thomson’s are currently working towards making their packaging 100% fully re-recyclable/compostable.
Fish and shellfish are landed in Scottish waters and supplied by The Fish People of Glasgow. Eggs are supplied by Betty Aitken from Fintry.
Jams, tablet, honey and shortbread are all sourced in Scotland.
Cakes and traybakes are either made in The Edenmill kitchen or by Gayle from Dumbarton.
We are very proud of our Edenmill Kitchen Garden which supplies us with a range of fresh vegetablesthroughout the year.
The café has an ethos of ‘Love food hate waste’, customers are encouraged to wrap up and take home left over food.
We at Edenmill and The Attic will endeavour to help the environment by reducing the amount of pollution that enters the soil, water and air while improving and monitoring how we recycle, reuse and upcycle.We will always strive to use the minimal amount of plastic possible while encouraging our customers to do the same