Monday 29 July 2019

DAYS OUT: Lordington Lavender

We have been trying our best to get more out with nature. So we started with visiting the lavender fields, they open once a year and Iv been dying to go for a while. I ensured I kept an eye on their Facebook one for when the field opened as I would definitely be kicking myself if I missed it. 

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The lavender fields we went to are Lordington Lavender between Chichester and Havant on the border of Hampshire and West Sussex. 

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It was a lovely and affordable day out as you really could make a day of it by taking a picnic with you and enjoying the view, we didn’t do this this time but I will next year as now I know a little more of what to expect when I get there.  

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It was heaving and bustling with people all scrambling to take the perfect insta shot, we were too and although it was difficult at times being so busy we still walked away with some fantastic photos and more importantly memories. 

We stopped for ice cream and cake as well as purchasing some of their pillow spray to help Autumn sleep. 

I will say although we took the pushchair it wasn’t easy, caused me to say a few curse words and was quite a bumpy ride for Ashton so in hindsight I shouldn’t have listened to my husband and I should have popped Ashton in the sling.  

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It was £6 per adult with children going free. 
I highly recommend doing this not only for the photos but for the experience if your lucky enough to have a lavender farm near you. 

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Have you ever been to a lavender farm? 

1 comment :

  1. I really want to visit a lavender field but sadly there are none near us