▪ All tables in the fields will be set up in advance and once you check-in on arrival, tables will be on a first-come, first-serve basis.
▪ You will be sitting on cushions for that so it would be a good idea to dress comfortably according to the occasion.
▪ Please bear in mind that our lavenders are not only our source of livelihood, but they are also the reason we get up in the mornings so please treat them with care and avoid stepping over rows or picking flowers.
▪ In the case of inclement weather on the date you have picked, we will make the decision to cancel the picnic at 12 noon on the day of the event. We apologise in advance for any inconvenience the cancellation may cause, but as we will not be able to set up a picnic in the rain or on wet, muddy ground, we will have to make the difficult decision to cancel the event. We will issue you a credit note or voucher that will be valid for up to 1 year from the date of issuance to use on an alternative date.
▪ We ask you not to bring your pets with you to the event at this time as there are farm animals and other wildlife about as well as food on low-lying tables which may distract them. Our apologies for this no-pets policy but we want this to be an enjoyable experience for everyone and we will look into how we can better accommodate pets in the future.
▪ We will not permit commercial or drone photography on site during this time. If you wish to do a commercial or professional photoshoot, please refer to the Photography Menu on the website for options.
▪ We try to keep the grounds well-maintained and safe to navigate however, there may be places where the ground is soft or uneven due to rains or frequent passage of equipment. Guests who are bringing prams and mobility devices may be in for a bumpy ride. We would also like to remind everyone to wear appropriate footwear for optimum comfort and safety.
▪ Lavenders attract pollinators such as bees and we have a couple of hives at the farm. Bees are lovely creatures and usually just go about minding their own bees-ness, but be sure not to step over rows or disturb foraging bees you come across to avoid getting stung. If you are allergic to bee stings, we would like you carefully consider going between the rows and opt to enjoy the view from a safe distance and should you decide to proceed, come prepared with the necessary allergy medication.