Cotswold Lavender’s fragrant fields will open to the public once more when the flowers are in full bloom this summer.
The Cotswold Lavender fields open from Wednesday 14 June to Sunday 6 August 2023, with early to mid-July expected to be the best time to see the pretty purple flowers at their peak before harvesting.
Situated at Hill Barn Farm in Snowshill, members of the public can enjoy the spectacular sights and fragrant perfume while seizing plenty of photo opportunities around the 70-acre site, which is surrounded by rolling Cotswold countryside with views over Broadway and the Vale of Evesham.
As well as lavender as far as the eye can see, the farm also boasts beautiful wildflower meadows which explode into a rainbow of colour during the summer - plus there's the Beechwood Trail providing little ones a shady area for adventurous play, as well as a route through the trees to a viewpoint.
Well-behaved dogs on leads are also welcome.
Lavender fans can pay a visit to the cabin for locally produced organic ice cream, scones, drinks and snacks, with a selection of products to take home, too.
Entry to Cotswold Lavender’s display field costs £5.50 for adults and £2.75 for children during June and August, with peak season tickets in July costing £7.50 for adults and £3.25 for children, while under-fives can visit for free. Booking in advance is not required, but payments can only be taken by card at the farm.
For more information, call Cotswold Lavender on (01386) 854821.