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●   2024 Season   ●

Lordington Lavender Farm

Only two months until our long-awaited open days! We're only open for five days each year so don;t miss your chance to come along and enjoy wandering amongst the fragrant lavender, taking in the stunning views. With tea and cake, ice cream, pimms and strawberries, plus tractor rides, lavender talks, hay play, home-grown lavender products... and plenty of gorgeous space and fresh air!
No pre-booking required.

●   Returning for 2024   ●

Lavender Wellbeing Experience

Self-care should be a priority, not a luxury.

Unplug, unwind and reconnect with nature - and yourself.
Or why not treat someone to the ultimate gift experience?


The bond you share with your horse is incredibly unique and magical. We have teamed up with our on-site partners at Foxhill Livery to offer you an unmissable opportunity to capture this wonderful connection and create stunning memories amongst the lavender here this Summer. Our acclaimed equine photography specialists will take time to learn about your vision before capturing a range of glorious photographs of you and your horse, surrounded by fragrant purple blooms in the golden light of evening. And with the fantastic team from Foxhill on hand to help, your whole experience, from first arrival to final shot, will be hassle-free and unforgettable.

A 'Fair to Nature' Farm

Every lavender row weeded by hand

All natural products

Committed to enhancing wildlife diversity and sustainability

A family-run business

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●   Lordington Lavender   ●

Our Heritage

Nestled in the South Downs, Lordington Lavender was established in 2002 by local farmer Andrew Elms. After selling his dairy herd he was looking for a new way to diversify and decided that Lavender would be a unique and exciting alternative. The crop is grown with conservation of habitat and the environment very much in mind. No fertilizers or pesticides are used and it has become haven for wildlife with at least 12 red listed species of birds including skylarks and barn owls found on the farm.

Now, 10 acres of Mailette lavender, a French Provencal variety famed for its high quality oil is harvested once a year to produce a wonderful essential oil and the business has become a family affair. From originally just selling an essential oil a whole range has developed but all with one aim – to produce simple, pure and honest products using only the highest quality ingredients.

Every summer the lavender field is full of bumble bees and butterflies and when the sun shines you can imagine being in Provence!

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Photography Days

2023 photography days are now available to book for professional photography.

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