Cotswold Lavender

Located in the heart of Bourton-on-the-Hill, The Horse & Groom is the perfect retreat for a leisurely bite to eat, a few drinks, or a relaxing Cotswolds stay.


For an ideal starting point to discover the captivating wonders of this remarkable region, The Horse & Groom stands as a charming and hospitable pub, boasting cosy accommodations.

Indulge in delectable dishes crafted from locally sourced, seasonal ingredients, while our bar proudly features a wide selection of refreshing Butcombe beers on tap.

Take a trip to Cotswold Lavender when staying at The Horse & Groom

The farm is situated near the village of Snowshill and spans over 90 acres of land. It is a family-owned business that has been growing and cultivating lavender since 1999. The farm’s location in the Cotswolds, with its rolling hills and scenic countryside, provides an ideal setting for the growth of lavender.

Visitors to the Cotswold Lavender Farm can experience the stunning sight of rows upon rows of lavender in full bloom. The lavender fields are not only visually appealing but also emit a delightful aroma, creating a serene and relaxing atmosphere. The vibrant purple hues of the lavender contrast beautifully with the surrounding greenery, making it a popular spot for photography enthusiasts.

In addition to enjoying the lavender fields, visitors can explore the farm’s gift shop, which offers a wide range of lavender products. These include essential oils, soaps, lotions, candles, and even culinary items such as lavender-infused honey and biscuits. The shop also stocks a variety of plants and seeds for those interested in growing their own lavender at home.

Cotswold Lavender farm offers a sensory experience, immersing visitors in the beauty and fragrance of lavender. It is a tranquil and picturesque destination that attracts nature lovers, photography enthusiasts, and those seeking a peaceful escape in the heart of the English countryside.


The Horse & Groom is a short 10 minute drive from Cotswold Lavender.

As you exit the farm turn left, then take the next sharp left.

Keep on this road for approximately three miles

Then take a slight right onto the A44
The pub will be on the right after about one mile