We are open all year round, with the summer season being the most vibrant when all of the lavenders burst into flower and the air is full of the relaxing fragrance. The lavender distillery can be viewed by the public and visitors can have a guide to show them about the distillation of lavender flowers to make oil for Norfolk Lavender's world famous perfume and toiletry range. Guided tours operate for most of the summer months, please call to check times and prices. There is a mini lavender field on site that is free to visit.
A Caley Mill Grounds Tour
for booked coach parties
Discover the great tradition of English Lavender growing.
Visit the distillery (Only operational in harvest - July and early August depending on weather)
Enjoy the many different varieties in the National Collection. See the Distillery in action
Understand more about herbs and their uses as demonstrated in the Herb Garden.
(allow 45 mins)
The Meadow Gardens
Wander over the bridge, spotting the trout and eels on the way.
Enter an enchanting vista of peaceful gardens.
Retreat to the Island gazebo enjoy the landscaped gardens.
Other Attractions In The Area
Combine your visit to us with a stop off at one of the other attractions in the area. There's masses to see and do in Hunstanton, and then visit Sandringham, Holkham Hall, or Houghton Hall.
Norfolk Lavender makes an excellent day out for wheelchair users. Everything is on one level. Wherever possible there are concrete paths and ramps to assist wheelchair access. We do have a wheelchair here if any of your party needs to borrow one. In this case, please make sure you reserve it. There are two toilets for the disabled.
There are two toilets ( including for the disabled), one in the car park and the other one by the Norfolk Lavender Gift Shop.
Norfolk Lavender is at the heart of the West Coast of Norfolk. You'll find some of Britain's most attractive countryside, a glorious coastline, and a rich, vibrant heritage. Pop PE31 7JE into your sat nav
Norfolk Lavender is easy to find, we're on the main A149 road just 3 miles south of Hunstanton, Follow the brown tourist signs!