We feel so fortunate that our family is working together here in beautiful Sequim, Washington owning and operating our lovely lavender farm. Bruce and Bonnie spent some time up here living aboard their boat and knew that they loved the area. They returned following their oldest daughter, Amy Miller, and her family who moved to Port Angeles in 2012. Once they were here, Bruce and Bonnie searched for a way to entice Kristy and Zion away from San Diego so the whole family could live in the same place for the very first time. Well, B&B Family Lavender Farm was the ticket! Sharing a love for nature, adventure and family, we are now fortunate to have our entire crew on the Olympic Peninsula. We are grateful to be a part of Sequim and the local lavender community
Our favorite part of operating B&B Family Lavender Farm in Sequim, Washington, is meeting the folks who visit our farm. The Olympic Peninsula is a tourist’s dream, with plenty of hiking, camping, and beautiful places to visit. In the Spring and Summer we live in paradise. We know our guests want to see the gorgeous lavender fields, but we also know we make connections when we share our story.