The 'most fabulous farm on the planet' nestled in west Oxfordshire has been deemed one of the places to be this Easter.

Daylesford Farm, near Kingham, has been named by the Times newspaper as one of the best destinations to visit for anyone "who wishes to elevate their Easter".

With spring just around the corner, they rounded up locations with the bluebells, bunnies and egg hunts that are worth planning for.

Sunday roasts, egg hunts, a lounge about through a country garden, Easter has it all.

Here we take a look at Oxfordshire's best Easter day out:

Easter craft workshops, near Kingham, Oxfordshire (Daylesford  Farm)

The celebrity farm shop frequented by the Beckhams, Jeremy Clarkson, Richard E Grant and Harry and Meghan is known far and wide for being "posh".

The Times' review reads: "For those who wish to elevate their Easter, a trip to Daylesford — surely the most fabulous farm on the planet, with restaurants, a spa and an (eye-wateringly expensive) farm shop on site — is in order.

"Day classes include lessons in Easter table laying (£210), Sunday roast cookery (£125) and spring flower arranging (£160).

"If you’re happy to get your Hunter wellies dirtier than that, on March 30 (tickets £10) take the lambing tour given by resident shepherds, which includes a ride on the tractor trailer and an introduction to ewes and new offspring in the barns.

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"There will also be an Easter egg hunt for under-12s (£5 extra) as well as other egg-centric events such as Meet Peter Rabbit, an egg-and-spoon race, and hot cross buns for sale (

"Continue the Daylesford theme with a stay at one of its three pubs with rooms: the Fox, the Bell or the Wild Rabbit. The Fox is closest to Daylesford farm, just a mile away."

Details B&B doubles from £252 (