Naughton Cider is situated in the heart of North East Fife. An area famous for fruit production with its cold winters and bright, long summers. Situated at above 56 degrees latitude we are blessed with very long summer days which deliver the various apple trees, ample sunlight.

The original orchard was planted in the 18th century but moved at the end of the 19th century, when a 1 acre walled garden was constructed. The garden thrived as a productive site throughout the 20th century but fell into disrepair in the 1960s. 
It was awoken in 2018 and we have spent the last few years bringing it back into its former glory. Along with the bringing back to life of the existing orchard we have set aside a further 12 acres and have planted in excess of 1500 trees. We now have over 100 varieties of apple and pear trees, many of which are historical heritage apples.

As can be expected, we do not use any herbicides or pesticides. Our Orchards are home to 7 bee hives and we nurture a smorgasbord of other fruit trees and bushes as well as acres of ancient trees to keep nature working all year round!

Although our focus is on the beautiful walled garden that's sits at the heart of Naughton farms, we are blessed to work with a number of other stunning orchards all across Scotland and the rest of the UK.
We are extremely proud of all of them, whose orchard managers work tirelessly to provide the very finest fruit you can possible find!