AT OUR HISTORIC FAMILY FARM IN KENT
Our Lavender fields have now been harvested for their precious essential Oil. Visit the farm shop for Autumnal produce - farm pumpkins, apples (until sold out), local cobnuts, produce and farm foods.
The Farm Shop is open Tuesday - Sunday and the Coffee Cart will be open by the shop serving snacks and barrista take away coffees.
Thoughtfully curated hampers complete with lovely collections of our Castle Farm Lavender favourites. Sure to bring joy - carefully hand packed on the farm and despatched across the country.
The Hop Shop on Castle Farm overlooks the meadows of the River Darent and our farming policy has ensured that the picturesque quality of the valley’s landscape has been retained.
Our farm shop offers quality farm foods, seasonal fruit, treats, gifts and seasonal decorations.
We also have our Coffee Cart open by the shop over weekends.
Castle Farm entrance is down a private drive directly off the A225, halfway between the villages of Shoreham and Eynsford, or via Redmans Lane, near Lullingstone Visitor Centre.
The postcode of TN14 7UB can be inaccurate, and take you to the wrong entrance - so follow local signage, or use this link via Google Maps.
There are stations at Eynsford and Shoreham, both of which are 1.5 miles from the farm along the A225 or, as a longer walk between the two villages, along the Darent Valley Footpath (see information below for arriving on foot).
Go2 provide a request bus service along the A225 to a bus stop at the top of our drive. This service does not operate on Sundays or after 7.30pm.
www.go2now.co.uk or 01732 463964 or search App Store for go2 Sevenoaks. Please note, the only permitted pedestrian access from the A225 will be to a pre-booked limited time event in one of the fields. There is no further pedestrian access through the farm. Please read event information carefully before booking a ticket.
There is a delightful Darent Valley Footpath from Shoreham to Eynsford which goes past some of the lavender fields. You can enter Castle Farm at the Redmans Lane entry, just along from the Lullingstone Visitor Centre.