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Warwickshire Lavender Farm

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Warwickshire Lavender Farm will open again on 21st June 2024!

Pack a picnic, grab the kids, and enjoy a wonderful day out at Warwickshire Lavender Farm!

Warwickshire Lavender Farm | Lavender Farm in Coventry

Warwickshire Lavender Farm started out in 2016, as a dream hobby for retirement! Owned by Ian and Pippa, their aim was to create a beautiful, relaxing space for health and wellbeing, and to give the bee hive residents some lovely foraging and to produce the much sought-after lavender honey.

  • Opening again on 21st June 2024! 
  • Days and Times: Open Wednesday - Sunday 10am - 4:30pm
  • Prices: Over 12 years - £6. Age 5-12 years - £3. Under 5's - FREE. Price includes a bug hunt sheet and crayons.
  • Tickets: Purchase on day of visit, no tickets are required 
  • Address: The Warwickshire Lavender Farm, Bubbenhall, CV8 3BQ

The Lavender Café:

The Lavender Café, is a small café in a beautiful 100+  year old barn, there are limited inside chairs and tables but some outside bench tables with parasols. The lavender Café offers delicious coffee and tea, and selection of cakes. All profits from the café are going to charity, Parkinson’s Disease and Huntington’s Disease research. Find out more here.


You’re welcome to bring a picnic to the field and make use of the benches available, or to bring a rug and just use the outside space, enjoying the pond and field. The team kindly request ALL litter is taken home with you as we are restricted on our waste collections. Sorry NO Barbecues


There is a disabled toilet / baby changing available, and 2 other toilets for everyone to use, whenever the café is open.


Parking is free at Warwickshire Lavender Farm. There are 2 parking spaces reserved for disabled drivers close to the café / lavender field which are on hard standing.


Well behaved dogs, on leads, are welcome, and any dog poo is cleared away by owners.


Please be aware this is a working field, so the ground is uneven in places and in wet weather the grass maybe slippery, please wear appropriate shoes/ boots.

There are only grass paths around the field, so be aware if using a wheelchair or pushchairs, however the lavender can be viewed from all areas fairly easily, the field is a short walk from the car parking area, so should be accessible for those with limited mobility.

You will share the lavender with lots of wildlife, particularly bees, so do take care, and full responsibility of yourselves if you are walking close to the lavender and touching it!

Warwickshire Lavender Farm do not allow picking of the lavender, but there will be lavender bunches for sale, subject to availability on the day.

The pond has deep water so please keep children under close supervision at all times . NO SWIMMING or paddling is permitted, it is for wildlife only!

Opening Hours

Wednesday10:00 - 16:30
Thursday10:00 - 16:30
Friday10:00 - 16:30
Saturday10:00 - 16:30
Sunday10:00 - 16:30

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