A gallery in a historic space, offering jewellery, ceramics, prints, paintings, picture framing and regular exhibitions.
Built in 1819 by the then-Provost of Falkland, Maspie House is somewhat overshadowed by the neighbouring Falkland Palace, but it’s still a jewel in this ancient village’s heart. Since 2014, the former post office and shop has sold art, jewellery, ceramics, prints and paintings, with a recently added line in French vintage enamelware, ceramics and cookware. Also on offer are a picture framing service and regular exhibitions in the gallery space, while owners Peta and John McLaren’s self-contained bed and breakfast, The Ruin at Maspie House, stands within the grounds of the the historic home.
- Provides: Wheelchair access, Free wi-fi
- Open since: 2014