You won't be able to take your eyes off the endless fields of lavender with the stalks of flowers swaying in the wind. Especially pretty on a sunny day but also quite nice even on a gloomy day like the day I went. Great photo opportunities. And there was a faint scent of lavender in the air as well. Lovely.
Cotswold Lavender's website stated that there was a charge to enter the lavender fields, but on the day I went, there was no one collecting money and people were entering freely. Just don't step on the flowers.
And then when you finally tire of looking at the flowers, head opposite to the tea shop for a spot of tea and lavender scones, or browse the gift shop, which sells a wide array of Cotswolds products including jams and honeys, and of course, lavender products. Initially, I hesitated to load up on the lavender products because I was wondering whether the gift shop had inflated the prices, but I was glad I succumbed because subsequently, I found the same products at other shops in places as far as in London and believe me, those prices then were the really inflated ones!
(Pots of herbs and other plants sold outside too.)
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