Hours and Directions to the Farm

 

Current Hours:  We've moved to Summer hours (Sunday 11-4) ... other days: Tuesday to Sunday 10 am to 4 pm.  We are also open by appointment at other times with enough notice (arrange by phoning 905-627-9208 or emailing us at weirslanelavender@gmail.com).  

Online sales -- Every day! 

We are very close to Toronto, Oakville, Burlington, Cambridge, Brantford, Kitchener / Waterloo, Guelph and the surrounding GTA areas to the west. 

If using GPS, we are Weirs Lane (not Weir Road)

If you cannot find 223 Weirs Lane, Dundas on GPS then try searching  223 Weirs Lane, Hamilton ... your map should show that Weirs Lane is between Highway 8 and Governor's Road.

When arriving at the farm, follow the path to the back parking lot and you'll see the signs for where to park (note that handicap parking is available directly in front of the store). From the parking area, stroll over to the store (a very short walk along a tree-lined path). Note that our formal tours are over until late spring but you can still walk around the property (after checking in at the store please!).


                                    


Weir's Lane Map (Click to see where we are located)


  

 

Directions from Toronto or GTA: 

QEW west to Highway 403 towards Hamilton.  Take Highway 6 North (just after Waterdown Rd).  Turn left onto Highway 5 (Dundas Street).  Turn Left onto Brock Road.  Follow Brock to Highway 8 and bear/turn right (if you end up in downtown Dundas, you missed the turnoff).  From Highway 8, pass Greensville Gourmet, Stonegate Animal Hospital, and turn left onto Weir's Lane -- we are on the right just down from from the church.

Directions from Dundas: 

Take either highway 8 (King Street) or Governor's Road to Weir's Lane.  We are located at 223 Weir's Lane.

Directions from Ancaster:

Take Sulphur Springs Road to Governor's Road.  Turn left onto Governor's Road, then take first right onto Weir's Lane.  Follow Weir's Lane to 223 (on the left, beyond the top of the hill).

Directions from Downtown Hamilton:

Follow King Street towards McMaster -- you want to end up on Main Street (after the 403 bridge you can veer left to get onto Main Street (near the Food Basics grocery store).  Follow Main Street past McMaster and turn right onto Cootes Drive.  Cootes becomes King Street in Dundas (Highway 8).  Follow out of Dundas and up the escarpment. At the top you'll continue onto Highway 8 (veering left).  Pass Stonegate's Animal Hospital, then turn left onto Weir's Lane to 223. 

Directions from Brantford/London:

Take Highway 403 east to Highway 52 (Trinity Road). Turn left onto Highway 52.  From Highway 52, turn right onto Governor's Road.  Turn left onto Weir's Lane.  Follow to 223.

Directions from Cambridge/Kitchener/Waterloo:

Follow Highway 8 towards Dundas.  Weir's Lane is on the right.  Look for it after you pass Highway 5 (Dundas St.) and after William Dam Seeds.

Directions from Niagara/Buffalo:

Take QEW to Redhill / Lincoln Alexander PKWY; follow exit for Rousseau.  Turn left onto Wilson and right onto Sulphur Springs.  Follow Sulphur Springs as it winds around - if in doubt you are turning right.  After the conservation area turn right to stay onto Sulphur Springs.  Turn left onto Governors and quick right onto Weirs Lane.  

 

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All of our lavender and the lavender we use in our products use no pesticides and we follow organic bee keeping practices. We are a small business that works hard to provide quality products at reasonable prices. We'd love to hear from you. Call us at 1-905-627-9208 or email us at weirslanelavender@gmail.com and we'll be happy to answer any questions you have.

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