The 17 bedrooms and suites at Gravetye Manor are named after tree species found on the estate. Rich fabrics, fine antiques and hand crafted beds emphasise the classical beauty of the interiors, whilst floral themes bring the garden into the manor. All rooms are individually furnished, providing the highest standards of comfort and are all equipped with flat screen televisions and iPod docking stations.
From unhurried classical dining in an atmospheric wood panelled restaurant to leisurely lunches in the garden, or traditional Afternoon Teas and the very reasonable Daily Menu – there is plenty to delight and enchant regardless of the occasion.
The food is simply exceptional and Head Chef, George Blogg, has retained his Michelin Star at Gravetye Manor. Working in partnership with the gardens team, he is able to pick the freshest ingredients from the Walled Garden to combine with the finest produce for each mouth-watering plate.
There is a sense of occasion when dining at Gravetye, therefore do not be surprised if you are surrounded by diners in their Sunday best!
Gravetye’s peace and seclusion means whether you want to relax with a good book or take a stroll in the beautiful gardens there are still a number of things you can do on the estate.
Exploring by foot is easy with a number of wonderful walks ranging from 30 minutes to over 4 hours. Wellies are available for all. Stay close to home with a game of Croquet on the lawn, a spot of afternoon tea or pack a blanket and head out with a picnic on the go.
Land Rover Tours can be arranged to see the sights across Sussex and Kent, or tread lightly and partake in a spot of deer stalking on the Gravetye Estate.
Gravetye can spoil you with a wealth of things to do and see whilst here. Whilst peace and tranquility prevail at Gravetye, there is still plenty to see and do in the area. Whether it’s golf, horse riding or a ride on a steam engine, we are sure you will be charmed by this picturesque corner of Sussex.
Nestled in the Sussex Countryside, means that Gravetye is surrounded by pretty towns and villages. Discover village greens, antiques shops and period architecture all within a short walk or drive. It is a garden lovers paradise with many renowned gardens in easy reach and numerous historic houses and castles in the area to visit.
Before you depart the area why not visit one of the local farm shops to take home a reminder of the wonderful Sussex produce.