Lovely Summer Day? Why not visit a Lavender Farm.
Enjoy a great day out in the British countryside and visit a lavender farm. Glorious fields of purple and a wonderful scent in the air, English lavender is in bloom from June thru September each year.
What better way to spend the day than by visiting a lavender farm?
As you make your way through the countryside, you’ll begin to notice the vibrant purple fields in the distance. As you get closer, the sweet, soothing scent of English lavender fills your senses. It’s the perfect way to relax and soak up the beauty of nature.
There are many lavender farms across England that welcome visitors during the peak blooming season, typically from June to September. You’ll have the chance to stroll through the fields and take in the breathtaking sight of row upon row of lavender in full bloom.
You can learn about the farming process, from planting to harvesting and distillation of essential oils. Many farms also have shops where you can buy lavender products like soaps, candles, and sachets. It is also a great opportunity to pick up some lovely essential oils and natural products.
See below a selection of Lavender farms in England, many of which you can visit and get up close to the farming process.
Castle Farm is the biggest lavender farm in the UK. The flowering season attracts huge number of visitors to the farm for Lavender-themed food tastings, wreath workshops and tours.
Third generation family farm set in the Heart of the beautiful Cotswold Hills overlooking Broadway and the Vale of Evesham.
Hartley Park Farm
Lavender Fields, at Hartley Park Farm, in the heart of the Hampshire countryside now a local landmark.
Family run, 25 acre organic lavender farm, just outside of London. Hosts an annual Lavender Festival in July and popular wreath making workshops throughout the year.
New Forest Lavender
Family run lavender farm is now offering a unique experience of a self catering.
Lavender has been used for centuries, but Norfolk is now home to world famous Norfolk Lavender is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the region.
The Lavender at Staplehurst Grange is grown and distilled to produce a range of Lavender products. The farm is open to the public all year round.
Wander at will through the Lavender Garden and enjoy the varieties of Lavender.
For over a decade, Long Barn has been growing and distilling lavender at their Hampshire farm, producing an exclusive range of wonderful aromatic beauty and bath products made entirely from natural ingredients.