Terre Bleu Lavender Farm, Milton

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  • It was beautiful I must say... but the admission per person was a bit steep. I think I'd like to see a coupon with admission towards some of the snacks or the shop. It would entice people to spend mor...  more »
  • I visited the farm on the weekend was $15/PP later found out $10 on weekdays. We work week days as do most people.. Other than taking advantage of this by increasing price $5 what factor(s) justify th...  more »
  • The owner is so rude!! Don't waste your money over priced to boot! Honestly it's not worth being berated by the crazy owner  more »
  • It was a great experience the lavender farm. There was an abundance of lavender and I found that it was necessary for staff to stop people from walking on top of the lavender and trampling them. Crowds get quite large and build up quickly, found that they should have position staff at the yellow door. So many people would simply cut the line, get in other people’s shoots for just no reason. Cost of the lavender souvenir is quite high but I found the lavender ice cream quite delicious.
  • My family and another couple with a little one visited Terre Bleu this morning for the first time. It was a great place to connect with nature, enjoy the abundance of lavenders, and have a picnic with family. The owner/manager Ian was very hands on and attentive to the needs of customers for the most part. There were a good abundance of summer staff that were quite helpful from parking to registration to the farm itself. However, there are two issues: 1. Upon registration, there were no issuance of official receipt despite asking for one. The staff member mentioned that they don't issue official receipt just a rubber stamp in the wrist. We paid $15 per adult and the baby goes in for free. They accept credit card and cash payments. 2. One of the little ones had a minor accident and there was bleeding. I approached the staff member at the entrance of the shop to request for ice cubes as a first aid. She graciously accommodated but upon return gave me a brown tissue paper with water damp (Not very hygienic to begin with). I asked her whats this? She replied that's the coldest water they have and they don't have any ice. Overall, they are not prepared for any first aid. Hope the owner/manager fixes these two issues.
  • Despite the pretty pictures that you can find in social media, this place was quite disappointing. I was very disappointed that it prompted me to write this review. (I have never done before) First of all they have staff everywhere watching you like a hawk. We paid our admissions at this little booth (they charge $15 which was expensive considering it didn't have a lot to offer) that had no receipt, then went in their little store with overpriced items which makes it hard to support local businesses. We asked a staff where to get the lavender ice cream but she answered rudely saying to pay inside the store and that we need to pay to get in the farm to get the ice cream. I was really offended as I felt that she probably thought I sneaked in just to get the ice cream. By the way, the ice cream is $7 and it wasn't that great. Ive had better lavender ice cream for half the price. As we were exploring the first lavender field, a staff chased us and told us not to use our tripod as it is considered commercial. We didn't even use it yet, we were just carrying it. We usually bring a tripod so that we don't have to hustle people to take our picture but what was odd was that what if we would pay the fee and instead of explaining how much it is and where to get the permit we felt being scolded for carrying a tripod. The tripod was not even for our camera, it was for our iphone. I don't get it. We were also told that they have staff everywhere that can take our pictures especially at the yellow door which was located at the second field. When we went to the second field, two staffs were hanging out on a picnic table far away from the yellow door. We didn't want to disturb them as they looked too engaged with their conversation nor hustle them to walk to the middle of the field where the cute yellow door was. After spending a few minutes exploring the farm, we realized that our yellow door picture didn't turn out great so we ran back to the second field at 4pm. There was a staff that was also heading to the field and she was probably about 20 feet ahead of us. She then blocked us off from entering the field and told us that they are closed and she won't let us in. We begged and begged and promised that we would only take a minute considering there were still people at the far end of the field. She then said "I'm sorry but we need all the people to leave and they still have tons of farm work to do". The amount of time that we had begged her, we could have already taken our picture, left as a fairly satisfied customer and still would have made it back to the parking lot before those people that were still inside the second field. What's a minute considering everything was overpriced. We left very agitated and disappointed and will never go back.
  • The farm is beautiful, like any crop the lavender isn't always in bloom but it's lush and green nonetheless. There is yoga on Saturdays, art displays, an apiary and a nice store. The store only takes credit and cash payments. The lavender ice cream is amazing- probably one of the best Ice cream flavors I've ever tasted. They have lavender honey, lavender soaps and other lavender goods. Ian teaches a class about beekeeping and it is informative and interesting, highly recommended. It opened my eyes to how important honeybees are and how environmentally responsible beekeeping is. I can't wait to come back.
  • Really - 5 FIVE stars. A great place to visit to relax with family or small children. Simple peacefulness with a lot of design and care taking. Walk along the fields of Lavender - I had NO idea it would be as good as it is. Be careful entering and exiting the roadway because visibility is limited and there are a lot of bizarre drivers. Terre Bleu will get busier and continue to grow and no doubt become a grand success.
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