If you love your garden as much as we do, then come and visit our onsite nursery where our large variety of lavender, perennials and David Austin roses will excite you. There is always a friendly face available for a quick chat, if you need any advice.

Come and enjoy some good honest family food followed by a gooey slice of heaven. All our cakes and treats are lovingly made with our delicious local free range eggs, specially designed to put a smile on your face.

Enjoy a tranquil stay in our newly built holiday cabin. Beautifully fitted with a contemporary open plan kitchen and living area with two en-suite bedrooms. The patio leads out to a south facing veranda and private garden overlooking 3 acres of english lavender.

Opening Times

Tearooms and Nursery are open

Wednesday to Sunday:
10.00am - 4.30pm

(Open bank holiday Mondays, Closed Easter Sunday and Easter Monday 2018) Last orders in tearoom 4pm. Please book ahead for large groups.

Pets Welcome

Well behaved dogs on leads are allowed in the garden area, but not in the annual flower garden and lavender fields.

Find us

Happy customers

“The Best Kept Secret in Hampshire!”
The most stunning place for lunch in the summer! Sitting outside in a flower filled garden with a delicious plate of loveliness is the most perfect way to spend an afternoon. The homemade quiches and cakes are amazing and the lavender shortbread is excellent!
It does get very busy in the summer but it’s worth waiting for a table.
The added bonus is the little flower nursery is run by friendly, knowledgeable people who obviously love what they do!
Newforestwalker, Visited July 2016
“Delicious gluten and dairy free lunch! ”
Myself and a friend visited here yesterday, I enjoyed a delicious gluten and dairy free bacon and cheesy spread roll with maple syrup and yummy chocolate brownie for pud. There was a great choice for those of us with allergies or coeliac disease. The staff are lovely, warm and welcoming. A beautiful venue too, with a gift shop, and stunning countryside as surroundings. Highly recommended!
mary68m, Visited December 2016
Only found out about this place early 2016 and visited many times during the summer. Its my new favourite place. Its like alittle piece of Heaven on earth! Its a stunning place full of beautiful colours. I went one day when it was half term and lots of children were there, running around and being noisey! It did ruin my time there, its not really a place for children. Its a place to be quiet and enjoy the beauty around. Looking forward to many visits next spring and summer. Food is really good as well.
Michelle F, Visited July 2016