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Bleu Lavande

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891 Chemin Narrow, Route 247 | Fitch Bay, Stanstead, Quebec J0B 3E0, Canada
+1 819-876-5851
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Scentfully spectacular

Our ladies group of 40, spent the afternoon at Bleu Lavande. A massive lavender farm easily located... read more

Reviewed 30 July 2016
Montreal, Canada
Lavender ice cream best part!

Went here as part of a tour and fortunately we were the only tour group here as I have read that it... read more

Reviewed 29 July 2016
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891 Chemin Narrow, Route 247 | Fitch Bay, Stanstead, Quebec J0B 3E0, Canada
+1 819-876-5851
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Reviewed 30 July 2016

Our ladies group of 40, spent the afternoon at Bleu Lavande. A massive lavender farm easily located and a short drive from Montreal. A well run and highly organized place, you will be greeted by parking attendants who direct you where to park. A beautiful...More

1  Thank Blondie540
Reviewed 29 July 2016

Went here as part of a tour and fortunately we were the only tour group here as I have read that it could get crazy. You start off with a quick talk about the distillery process and then you are lead into the fields. Free...More

Thank crazy_cat_sab
Reviewed 29 July 2016

My Mom and I spent about three hours at the Lavendar Fields Estate and enjoyed our experience. The lavender was in full bloom and was very pretty and smelled so awesome! We took the tour (average). walked among the fields, had a light lunch (decent...More

Thank raeannrose
Reviewed 26 July 2016

Located in the Eastern townships, approximately a hour and a half's drive from Montreal's downtown, Bleu Lavande is the largest lavender farm in Canada and the second largest in North America with over 100,000 true lavender plants. July is the best time to visit if...More

1  Thank travekquick
Reviewed 25 July 2016

We had heard about this place and were anxious to visit it. It is the second biggest Lavender growing farm in North America. It is some 160 miles (200 km) from Montreal, Quebec. located in the Eastern Townships. We visited this location on Wednesday July...More

1  Thank Emerging
Reviewed 23 July 2016

Had a very peaceful and relaxing afternoon at Bleu Lavande with my friends. Very nice place to learn everything about lavender and of course take beautiful pictures. I must let you know that it is very crowd-y and that big tourists buses stop there very...More

Thank Deedeedabee
Reviewed 22 July 2016 via mobile

A part of one day trip to eastern township and I loved it, so relaxing walking in the lavender farm and the smell, having a drink or ice cream there and enjoy it, the only problem I had was that the guide was speaking in...More

Thank NassimKitty
Reviewed 21 July 2016 via mobile

The drive down to Bleu Lavande from Montreal takes one through some very pretty Eastern Townships countryside, and is worth the trip regardless of the destination. However, Bleu Lavande itself is, as a previous commenter has stated, an overrated and overpriced tourist trap. Admission is...More

2  Thank Brian O
Reviewed 17 July 2016

After hearing rave reviews about Bleu Lavande, I finally made the journey from Montréal (a good 2 hour drive depending on departure point) and was disappointed. We paid an entrance fee ($10.00 + tax per adult) and roamed around the property, which is nothing special...More

Thank sbulow
Reviewed 14 July 2016

I went in early July and the lavender was not in full flower so the fields were a bit disappointing. The tour is not especially interesting - the usual containers and pipes to extract lavender oil from the flowers. And the shop for rather expensive...More

Thank HiTrevor
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27 June 2016|
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Response from Christine M | Reviewed this property |
Cat remember the fee- there is no fee to see the exhibits and shop in the store both of which are wheelchair accessible, the fields themselves would require a strong armed pusher!
18 May 2016|
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Response from michebagsnmore | Reviewed this property |
Unfortunately, I have yet to get there in peak season. I would say July would be the best chance of seeing fields in full bloom. I always end up there in May or June and it is too early