- Ruth M.A different and fun holiday experience and an opportunity to support a local farm and buy local produce. The friendly farmer provided a well informed presentation on the history of the farm and the process involved in the growing and harvesting of lavender. Sweet tea room, offering home cooked goodies. Well stocked shop. Who knew that lavender ice cream would taste so good! -read moreread lessLyn T.Always a lot of fun. Feeding the chickens and listening to the staff. Cafe makes there own dishes . -read moreread lessAlison C.We all had a beautiful afternoon. The demonstration and talk was very informative, witty and enjoyable. The amount and varieties of lavender were spectacular and we enjoyed teas and hot chocolate with lavender shortbread in the cafe. -read moreread less
- Ann J.Lovely place. We sat through the talk which was very interesting. Then walked around the fields. Had a cup of tea and tried a lavender scone (different) in the little Cafe. Then walked along the old railway path to St Aubin. -read moreread lessEmma K.Such a lovely place, great trail for the kids to get involved and a lovely cafe to finish the trip off. A great place to visit. -read moreread lessGemma W.Very pleasant trip to the Lavendar farm when it was too windy to enjoy the beach. Its small, but cute. We went late in the season so only one variety of lavendar was still in bloom. Its a grass roots operation, great distillery talk (they run twice a day at 11am and 3 pm). The talk is essential to get value for money. Entrance is £5.90 for adults and free for children 16 years and under. The gift shop is fantastic! Many unique gifts you won't find elsewhere. It's really good knowing all the lavender products they sell come from their fields. The poor reviews aren't warranted, it's a working farm that focuses on the product. It's not a large farm, but it's Jersey, not the South of France! If the entrance fee puts you off, a visit to the gift shop is enough to please any lavender lover. -read moreread less
- Peter G.A lovely place well worth a visit for 2 or 3 hours. Look on the website and try and go when one of the free tours is on. I think they are around 11.30 and 3.30 but please confirm this before going -read moreread lessRobert M.Good selection of souvenirs and friendly cafe service. Watch the distillery at work and smell the lavender fields ready for harvesting. Lots here for children. Loved the experience -read moreread lessSheila H.Lovely place to visit. We went when there was not much lavender in bloom but it was still worth going! Lovely wild flowers in the fields - a great walk! Bonkers cockerels!
Smashing cafe and lovely woods and gardens to admire. Then the shop full of things you would buy for Christmas stockings. Nice people! The lavender oil process is explained in a small barn. -read moreread less
- Ale J.Beautiful location and very nice products here, will be there again well recommended to all who visits there. -read moreread lessBernadette G.Lovely place to visit in the summer, can't get enough of the beautiful view of the lavender, the scent of it and great walk. Easy access to the cafe and Reg's Garden is very close by too -read moreread lessMargaret W.Beautiful sweet smelling lavender grows here and the shop sells loads of products from little bags to marmalade all filled or made from it. The cafe does lovely sandwiches and cakes, plus a great cuppa. Visit on a warm day and you won't want to leave. -read moreread less
- Richard S.I was dubious when I arrived. I had seen everything within 15 minutes. I took a walk around the lavendar fields and watched the bees busily working. And then I really got my value for money: the distillery talk! About an hour and 15minutes of fantastic information and entertainment. Don't forget to schedule your visit to take in one of the talks at either 11:30 or 15:00. I didn't think that I could be captivated for over a hour about a plant but the passion with which the gentleman spoke warrants 5 stars. Don't forget to take a look around Ron's Garden: it's free and well worth a look. Kids will love the fairy kingdom. -read moreread less
- Margaret T.Lavender blue..... Very enjoyable. Went when the lavender was at its best. Had an interesting but somewhat overlong description of lavender oil production and watched the lavender heads being loaded into the still. Pleasant little cafe. Keep your eyes open for the very smart cockerel caring for his ladies. At the far end of the site there is an entrance to Reg's Garden. Well worth visiting especially if you have small children. -read moreread lessbaobabsammyLovely little place Lovely little place - but was hard to hear/see the talk due to space. My children enjoyed the ice creams and playing on the tree swing. -read moreread less55RonaHInteresting little p,ace to visit Loved the chickens running around and a p,easy to walk around the Lavender farm. Would recommend for an hour or so to see how it’s all grown and how they produce the Lavender. The shop has some lovely gifts on offer. -read moreread less
- Nigel P.“A very nice place to visit with a good Cafe” Un fortunately we could not have a tour and see the different processes because the harvest was... read more -read moreread lessuniquellamaA really enjoyable visit! I would highly recommend going to Jersey Lavender farm. The talk was well worth attending so don't miss out on it. If you love unusual blends of tea, try the lavender tea with honey in the café. -read moreread lessYvonne F.Fun and informative tour and great cafe Three of us visited during the time when tours of the distillery are available. The guy who conducted the tour had been working there for many years and knew everything. His enthusiastic and fun explaination of the workings of the farm and the distilling of lavender was really interesting.
We enjoyed walking around the field of different lavenders and the garden.
This is a great place for someone who doesn't walk too well as you can get to the first lavender field and the distillery in a short, mostly flat, distance. There are more fields to explore if you wish as well.
You can easily spend a lot of time here.
We had a sandwich lunch in the cafe and cake to follow. All of it was lovely. There was lavender shortbread and lavender tea in the cafe too. There is room to sit in the cafe or outside and both options have lovely views.
The shop is stocked with interesting items produced by the farm and some other very nice gifts too.
This would be a great day out for couples, young and old and for children. More -read moreread less
- Alan K.Interesting Easy to find and interesting. Just missed the harvest but great place to visit for a couple of hours .video presentation informative of the farm and processes involved of making the oil and products . -read moreread lessJeffreyC189Relaxing few hours Didn't know if it would be worth a visit but was pleasantly surprised. Nice cafe and gift shop selling own products. If you go make sure you sit in on the talk given by a member of staff as it is very informative and he is quite a character. I didn't know there were so many varieties of lavender. Well worth a visit if you have a few hours to spare. -read moreread lessLovely Gardens Nice place to visit with all the lavender in bloom. Gardens are lovely with its cockralls roaming around and variety of plants some of which you can buy. There is a nice cafe serving breakfast or lunches and tea with cakes. The shop sells things lavender, oils,soaps. -read moreread less
- 55RonaHInteresting little p,ace to visit Loved the chickens running around and a p,easy to walk around the Lavender farm. Would recommend for an hour or so to see how it’s all grown and how they produce the Lavender. The shop has some lovely gifts on offer. -read moreread lessKelty1Worth a visit We visited the farm before the lavender was in full bloom. Even taking this on board we felt a wee bit disappointed that there only seemed to be one field.
The gift shop was well stocked with a variety of goods to suit every taste and pocket.
The cafe was very good and we enjoyed a light lunch there. -read moreread lessHungrygirl75Surprisingly enjoyable! Thoroughly enjoyed our visit to the Lavender Farm. Lovely cafe and then wandered through the fields of lavender with the resident chickens for company. Relaxing and uncommercial. Lovely items in the shop. -read moreread less
- acetrainer2014Worth a visit. I like cooking with lavander so we visited. Interesting video on the the farm and we saw some being harvested. -read moreread lessvictorian986Delightful I visited the farm for the first time recently, on the first day of re-opening. Even though the lavender wasn't ready yet, the smells in the garden were lovely. You pay a small fee to walk around the garden and you can see the distillery where the products are made. I really enjoyed walking amongst all of the chickens, it is such a peaceful place. You can enjoy a really nice walk in the fields, and I can imagine that when they are purple, the views must be amazing. We also came across another place called Reg's Garden accessible from the walk on the lavender farm, which is actually free. There is a lovely tea room at the lavender farm with lovely outdoor seating. The menu looked wonderful, everything from lavender scones to lavender ice-cream and tea. I did spend a fortune in the shop as I loved the variety of products on offer, I also purchased some real bargains. The lady serving in the shop was really helpful and pleasant. The farm has it's own small car park. I really enjoyed my visit here and I will definitely return when the lavender is ready! More -read moreread lessVivrowExcellent visit Lovely visit, fantastic smell as you walk round, good guide and gives lots of history and knowledge. Nice shop to purchase a few items (lavender oils and products) a great addition you can feed the chickens, they are very friendly ! the kids would love this. Well worth a visit. Plus there is a cafe on site. -read moreread less