Cotswold Lavender announces summer opening dates

SEE THE SOGLOS VIDEO - Cotswold Lavender, near Broadway, has announced exactly when it will open its fields this summer June 2021, and here's how you get tickets.

Cotswold Lavender’s fragrant fields will open to the public when the flowers are in full bloom this summer.

The Cotswold Lavender fields will be open from Wednesday 16 June to Thursday 5 August 2021, with early to mid-July expected to be the best time to see the flowers at their peak before harvesting.

Situated at Hill Barn Farm in Snowshill, near Broadway, members of the public will soon be able to enjoy the spectacular views and seize plenty of photo opportunities while the flowers are in full bloom – with Cotswold Lavender having also been planting wildflowers and sunflowers in recent months.

Social distancing will, of course, be in place this year, and the factory and distillery will be closed, but visitors will still be able to enjoy the wonderful perfume filling the air on days when the distillery is in operation. Well behaved dogs are also welcome at the lavender fields.

Entry to Cotswold Lavender’s display field costs £7 for adults, £3 for children aged five to 15, while under-fives are free of charge. Booking in advance is not required.

For more information, call Cotswold Lavender on (01386) 854821.

By Chloe Gorman


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Friday 28 May 2021

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