Sweethaven Lavender Farm of Williamsburg (Sweethaven) is now accepting reservations for visits to the farm during the 2021 lavender bloom. Sweethaven will be open for visits from Sunday, May 9 through Wednesday, June 30. Sweethaven is closed on Mondays. Reservations are required so that Sweethaven may follow guidance from within the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.
Reservations can be booked online. Reservations are $2 per person. Children under 10 are free, but require a reservation. Reservations do not include a U-Pick bouquet.
When you make a reservation to visit the farm, you will have two hours to enjoy the fields of lavender and farm animals. Bring a blanket and enjoy a pre-purchased picnic or a sweet treat. There are locally churned lavender ice creams, fresh lavender baked goods and candies and their renowned lavender lemonade and sweet tea available daily. Bring the camera and grab photos of the kids. Enjoy gathering a U-Pick bouquet for $8 using tools provided by Sweethaven. Stop by the Mercantile to experience the Sweethaven skincare line (formulated and crafted on-farm), artisan-made gifts and lavender culinary products.
Orders for picnic lunches must be placed a full 48 hours before a scheduled visit and cost $20 per person and include a blanket and picnic basket for use. Picnics are not available for purchase on site. The farm will stay open rain or shine, but you may opt to reschedule your visit up to the day before your reservation.
Have any questions? Please see the Sweethaven FAQ page.
Sweethaven is located at 2460 Bush Neck Road and will open later this spring. The farm totals more than 100 acres and is the first lavender farm in James City County. For more information, please visit Sweethaven’s website or Facebook page.