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  • “Lovely place, perfect lavender for our wedding bouquets. Robin was very helpful. Thanks so much, would definitely recommend.” – Jo | 23 June 2018

  • “Spent a lovely afternoon at Shropshire Lavender. Beautiful grounds to explore and lovely cakes! Very helpful owners and came away with two pink lavenders 🙂 Thank you!” – Eleanor | 23 June 2018

  • “Wow on a sunny weekend it’s so peaceful, calm and relaxing. A cute little tea room, cakes lavender scones! Lavender and Rose handwash is my favourite :-)” – Fred | 23 June 2018

  • “Great place for a family day out; both beautiful and interesting. The gift shop has loads of inspiring gift offerings. Robin and his wife are very accommodating, Robins talks are both educational and interesting. Well worth a visit!” – Edward | 4 July 2018

  • “Fabulous visit… thank you for all your expert advice, amazing friendliness and expert photography shots! Had an amazimg afternoon :-)” – MaryAnne | 1 July 2018

  • “Amazing place, smells gorgeous :-)” – Caren | 1 July 2018

  • “Beautiful shop bought a gift today worth going to check out x” – Caren | 30 June 2018

  • “Stunningly beautiful lavender, lovely little gift shop and fantastic cakes! Highlight of my summer visiting this Shropshire delight every year. And the owners are just wonderful. Always friendly and very knowledgable. Well worth a visit.” – Hannah | 30 June 2018

  • “Great place for taking photos with the lavender field and enjoying handmade cakes!” – Xiao | 30 June 2018

  • “Shropshire Lavender is wonderful, lovely tearoom, lovely people and lovely products I can highly recommend the loose lavender….it smells wonderful and keeps its scent for a very long time. The place is magical and very well worth a visit” – Helen | 27 June 2018

About Us


You are most welcome to our small and rustic family run lavender farm and tea room, located in Shropshire, England.

The lavender farm is set in the rolling Shropshire countryside about 3 miles from the market town of Newport on the North Shropshire-Staffordshire border.

We started growing lavender in the heart of England since 2005. What began as a few rows of lavender in our field has transformed into acres of lavender, all tended by hand.

We use no pesticides or weedkillers at our lavender farm, we believe in conservation of nature.

We feel our dedication to nature also helps us to produce some of the best quality, vividly coloured and  highly scented dried English lavender bunches. Why don't you see for yourself →

Our lavender fields are open from late June until the middle of August - the lavender flowering season. Out of season we sell all our products in our online shop with some great gift ideas.

We will also be found at various events around the country - see our Facebook and Twitter feeds for info!

Visit A Lavender Farm

Our Lavender fields and Tea Garden opening hours for the 2018 season start on Saturday 16 June 2018 at 12pm - 5pm.

We are open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 12pm-5pm.

Come and join us for a wander around the Lavender field and wild gardens. We will be closing at the end of our season on Bank Holiday Monday 27 August 2018 at 5pm

Entrance Fee: entrance to the lavender fields are by way of voluntary donations.

  • “Lovely relaxing place to visit….lavendar is a joy to see & a visit to the quaint tea room & garden is a must. Tasty homemade cakes & a large choice of teas. Perfect place fora few hours relaxation away from it all !! And of course lots to buy in shop. 😀” – Sue | 1 July 2018

  • “Really pleased that summer has arrived and we can enjoy the delights of Shropshire Lavender. Weather not good today but wonderful teas as usual and a lovely warm welcome. We’ll be back soon and hopefully the sun will shine” – Janet | 23 June 2018

  • “Shropshire Lavender is run by the nicest people, and I can’t recommend their copper distilled lavender oil highly enough. It’s the best I’ve ever used.” – Sally | 27 June 2018

  • “Great place for taking photos with the lavender field and I just love their handmade cakes. Victoria sponge# lavender cake# double chocolate# walnut cake# etc.” – Jane | 26 June 2018