Brighten Up Your Day At The Cotswold Farm Park Sunflower Field

Cotswold Farm Park, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, Cotswold, England
The sunflower field at the Cotswold Farm Park will brighten even the gloomiest British summer days, it’s an insta-worthy place to visit in Gloucestershire.

I’ve never been to a sunflower field before so I can’t really compare the one in Cotswold Farm Park to any others. If you ask for my opinion, yes it’s a nice place to go to and I loved it. It’s perfect for photos and if you’re anything like me who’s got instagram in my mind almost the entire day then you’ll love it too. If you ask for my husband’s opinion though, he f*cking hated it. Lol.

Sunflower Field at the Cotswold Farm Park, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, Cotswold, England

“We’re the only ones without a kid here” said the husband as we’re walking towards Cotswold Farm Park’s entrance. As the name suggests, it’s a farm so there are loads of animal interactions that you can do – perfect for kids. We were there for the sunflower field though so we skipped all that, I don’t think I’d be up for it myself let alone the husband.

Sunflower Field at the Cotswold Farm Park, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, Cotswold, England

As soon as we reached the field, I could sense that the husband wasn’t very impressed. I on the other hand, was just way too happy to be surrounded by all these sunflowers! :p

Sunflower Field at the Cotswold Farm Park, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, Cotswold, England

Photos of course were taken immediately. I admit that the field itself isn’t as big as I was expecting but it’s good enough for me who’s never been to an actual sunflower field until then.

Sunflower Field at the Cotswold Farm Park, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, Cotswold, England

The Greek Mister’s mood perked up a bit though while we were in the field and even agreed to take some photos of me as we were walking through it. He pointed out that sunflowers are supposed to be higher than the ones in there and even googled what the average height is and yes, he’s correct. The ones in Cotswold Farm Park weren’t the average size but did it disappoint me? Not at all but then again as I’ve said, never been to anything like that before so I didn’t really care.

Sunflower Field at the Cotswold Farm Park, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, Cotswold, England

Admit it! That was a bit silly. he said

Not for me, I liked it! I replied defensively. Lol.

As I’m writing this blog post, I googled some photos of sunflower fields and I hate to admit it but the husband was right all along. The one at the Cotswold Farm Park was too small in field size as well as the height of the sunflowers. But even if he’s right, I think it was a good introduction for a novice sunflower fielder like I am. 🙂

Sunflower Field at the Cotswold Farm Park, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, Cotswold, England

Cotswold Farm Park

Guiting Power, Cheltenham GL54 5FL

Sunflower Field Ticket: £5 per person

Farm Park Ticket including access to Sunflower Field: £15 per person

Tickets must be booked in advance.

For more information, visit their website here.

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4 Comments

  • Reply David Myers October 17, 2020 at 18:05

    Just made my morning..thank you!

  • Reply Holly October 13, 2020 at 19:55

    Wow so beautiful!
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  • Reply Millet Leornas September 21, 2020 at 18:03

    Very lovely posts of the Cotswolds same as all your other features – I am tempted to plan for a visit and wanted to know the best month to be there. I am also into vineyards, yes the Sunflower Farm was fantastic. It would be nice if you could feature a lavender farm too. Thank you !

    • Reply Pinay Flying High September 25, 2020 at 15:32

      Thank you Millet, you should definitely visit the Cotswolds – it’s a lovely area of the UK. I think it’s an all-year round destination but it really depends what you’re after. The best time would be summer of course but that means it’s going to be crowded and quite hot which may be uncomfortable for you when you’re walking around. I actually loved my previous visit during autumn better because even if it’s cold, I was able to explore it more freely as there were less people then.

      The lavender fields were no longer in season when we went to the Cotswolds so unfortunately, we didn’t get to visit any. Maybe next time. 🙂

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