Wolds Way Lavender Farm - disable access and facilities
This visit included a person who uses: Wheelchair
The 120 different types herbs and lavender grown on the farm gives off a relaxing fragrance creating a relaxing atmosphere and pace. The walk is suitable for wheelchair users however be mindful of some minor bumps. There are also sculptures to enjoy along the way. Interesting video of the distillation process is shown throughout the year in the distillery. The Tearoom offers fresh baked goods, sandwiches, light lunch options and drinks. There is a Lavender gift shop offering a variety of gifts, some home-made to buy. Well arranged outside seating area available. There is no entry fee and the farm is open Sunday to Thursday 10 a.m till 4 p.m, closing on Friday and Saturday.
Transport & Parking
The Farm has plenty of parking with wide spaces, close to the entrance which are suitable for disable visitors.
The layout is well planned with an area of the farm having raised beds making perfect viewing for everyone. The distillery is accessible by wheelchair and can accommodate a few at one time. The Tearoom is accessible and well laid out for wheelchair users, being practical and comfortable to use. The Lavender gift shop is accessible by wheelchair however a bit small and hard to manoeuvre around, perhaps only able to accommodate one chair at a time.
Toilets are access by a flat narrow walkway.
Expert, friendly staff at hand for information and advice at all times.
Anything else you wish to tell us?
Colourful and great.
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