Lavender Fields

Mayfield Lavander Farm is the perfect day trip just a few hours outside of London and accessible by public transport.

On arrival we headed out into the fields and chose the perfect place to set up our picnic in the middle of the Lavander.

Make sure you watch out for the bees.

The purple stretches as far as you can see and is a dream to walk through.

To break up the rows of Lavander there is a traditional red phone box

and lots of places to sit and enjoy the views.

Don’t forget to check out the store before you leave for Lavander based goods.

We left the the Lavander fields and headed to the local pub for some dinner before coming back to watch the sunset. While the farm closes before sunset there is a public easement and you are allowed to be in the farm so long as you remain on the paths. So we went back and enjoyed the peace and quiet and watched the sunset.


Dress can be found here on ASOS and is now on sale.


Bailey Nelson sunglasses found here

60 thoughts on “Lavender Fields

  1. Your photographs are beautiful! I have so much to learn in that area and will be checking out your blog for more tips. Thanks for stopping by my blog and taking a look, happy blogging in 2017!


  2. Thanks for visiting my blog and introducing me to yours! Lavender is my favorite scent. I really enjoyed these lovely summer pics in the middle of winter.


  3. Hey Nomads – thanks for visiting Chlohemian! Lavender is one of my favorite scents in the world. I was in London last March and I’m aching to go back and do this day trip. Regards!


  4. Thanks for liking my recent blog post about Busan, South Korea. I love the look of your blog and the lavender farm looks sublime.
    I look forward to reading more about your travels between Europe and Melbourne (where I am based too.)


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