The attraction of Gravetye is in it's timeless and peaceful beauty: not trendy yet certainly not aged or stuffy. To reach it you have to drive a mile through Sussex woods to uncover vistas from every corner of 1,000 acres of exquisite forestry land.
Gravetye is a glorious, unspoilt Elizabethan Manor House dating from 1598. Furnished with antiquities, squeaking floors and log fires, it can best be described as a quintessential English home with 17 bedrooms if you fancy a stopover.
Early 2018 the restaurant was re-designed, with floor to ceiling glass walls to provide uninterrupted views of the glorious gardens. Chef, George Blogg, has created a modern British menu, with 95% of all fruit and vegetable used in the Summer months being from their beautiful kitchen garden. Throughout the year the produce from the walled kitchen garden, created by William Robinson at the turn of the last century, is the driving force behind the inspiration and seasonality of the menus. And, with excellent relationships built with local suppliers and the joint passion for their commitment to animal welfare and top quality produce, crucial to the high standards strived for at Gravetye Manor.