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Gravetye Manor

Vowels Lane
West Hoathly
RH19 4LJ
Tel: +44 (0) 1342 810567
Fax: +44 (0) 1342 810080


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Autumn Harvest - Special Offer
Autumn Harvest - Special Offer
October & November

Autumn is a fantastic time to explore the gardens at Gravetye. The flower garden will be providing a late show of glorious colour and the gardeners will be busy picking apples in the orchard ready for pressing and serving as the freshest juice with your breakfast. Inclusive of overnight accommodation, £40 per person towards dinner and Full English breakfast for two. Offer available on selected dates only and subject to availability.

From £300.00 - per room per night based on two people sharing a Classic room.

or for further information please call 01342 810567

Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

Friday 7th October

Kitchen Garden Talk with Head Chef George Blogg

The Michelin star George has received within two years of joining Gravetye Manor is in no small part due to the skills he has shown using our kitchen garden ingredients. His cooking is a genuine reflection of his workplace. As well as showing off our Head Gardener Tom’s hard work on his plates, he is also a strong advocate of using the best local ingredients. Join us as George explains more about how he and Tom collaborate and then enjoy the results over lunch.

Gathering at 10.30am for the talk, followed by lunch at 12.30pm.

£75.00 per person, aperitif, 3 courses, drinks and talk inclusive.


Upcoming Events

Thursday 13th October

Gravetye Garden Talk: ‘Planting an impression - art and horticulture’ with Garden Writer Anna Pavord

Gardens and flowers were an ever-present theme for Impressionist painters such as Monet, Pissarro, Renoir and Gustave Caillebotte. Looking at their paintings, what can we learn about the Impressionist’s gardens and their favourite flowers? Anna Pavord's books include her bestseller, The Tulip, The Naming of Names and her most recent work, Landskipping. Her column in the Independent newspaper has appeared ever since the paper was launched in 1986 and for many years she was an Associate Editor of the magazine Gardens Illustrated. She served for ten years on the Gardens Panel of the National Trust's, the last five as chairman.  We look forward to what we are certain will be a fascinating talk on art and horticulture.

Gathering at 10.30am for the talk, followed by lunch at 12.30pm.

£75.00 per person, aperitif, 3 courses and wines inclusive.

In the Garden News

A wild garden can be a tricky thing to manage - Head Gardener Tom talks us through the fine line between a beautiful naturalistic planting and a tangled mess...

From the Kitchen News

Head Chef George talks about the changing seasons, and how this is affecting the produce he is currently using – plus, he shares a delicious recipe for quince cheese…