Experience a slice of nature at its best with our horses frolicking in lavender fields.

Our honey which is produced from our bees who take nectar from the lavender plants is beyond delicious and can be found in our shop

Our fields of lavendar will provide the perfect backdrop and venue for you wedding and photographs.

Having your reception at our farm has been described as transcendent. The venue is beyond compare and provides natural décor as well as our restaurant provides quality food which can cater to all your wedding needs.


Lavandula ‘Grosso’ is a large growing French hybrid lavender with dark blue flower spikes in mid-summer. An impressive profuse bloomer ideal for drying or culinary use.

Violet Intrigue releases its scent most strongly when touched. It is an excellent for spicing up cut-flower arrangements or for drying out and using as an herb.

Royal Velvet bud with velvety dark navy blue flowers which rise elegantly on long stems are an excellent choice for fresh or dried cut flower arrangements.

Melissa Lilac boasts a soft, powdery colour that makes it appear edible. A compact, fragrant, stunning flower with large flower spikes and silvery green foliage are delightful sight.

White Spike is a rare lavender which produces strongly scented white flowers on long stems well suited for use in dry and fresh cut flower arrangements.


  1. Lavender is the common name for the perennial called Lavandula which is a member of the mint family.  
  2. Lavender plants are widely cultivated for their essential oils which are good for relaxation and the skin
  3. In Elizabethan times lavender was used to perfume clothes and bed linen
  4. Lavender’s root word ‘‘lavare’’means to wash.
  5. For centuries lavender has been used as a headache remedy.