Visit Our Shop & Farm

Lavender field

The farm, with spectacular views across the Epynt, is open year round. Visitors are welcome to walk in the lavender fields. Farm notes are available for self-guided tours. The pond is a favourite farm feature especially with wild swimmers. Tea, cakes and coffee are served if you let FARMERS’ know about your plans to visit.

Peak time for lavender is midsummer. Distillation begins in late July continuing into mid-August. Out of season, the distillery is also open so visitors see how lavender flowers produce essential oil.

The shop stocks FARMERS’ body care products, all available for trying. In the shop you will also find FARMERS’ provisions, a selection of beautifully made items: smart denim aprons, waxed cotton kit bags, lavender sachets, studio pottery, terracotta plant pots, knitted goods, seasonal jams, Welsh woven blankets, hand knitted socks, and FARMERS’ exquisite lavender chocolate bar.

Group visits require booking and are tailored for you. They include a short talk and tour of the lavender fields, a visit to the distillery, a stroll around the gardens and refreshments. Cycling groups, garden clubs, WI’s and farming organisations from across Wales and along the borders have chosen FARMERS’ for their special day out. Tours are based on a minimum of 10 per group. For details write to farmers@welshlavender.com with your request for a quote whether it be a tea party, lunch or an evening drink.

The farm is open most hours of most days throughout the summer and often out of season. Please ring ahead to be sure to find FARMERS’ at home when you arrive – 01982 552 467

FARMERS' swing overlooking lavender fields
Signpost to FARMERS' shop and farm

HOW TO FIND US

The turn for our farm is 4.5 miles south of Builth Wells off the B4520.
From Brecon, the turn is 13 miles north from the Cathedral off the B4520.

WATCH FOR THE BLACK FARMERS’ SIGN

The farm is just over one mile along the lane. The road is curvy and hilly and feels longer so persevere until you find the farm. There is a sundial on the front of the stone farmhouse. The more adventurous may enjoy taking the back road from Builth Wells via Maesmynis. The farm is 3.3 miles from the T junction at Hospital Road.