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Gravetye Manor

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

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Gravetye Manor wins Food and Travel Rural Hotel of the Year Award! 

We are delighted to announce that Gravetye Manor has won the Rural Hotel of the Year Award as voted for by readers of the Food and Travel magazine. The award ceremony took place at the Mandarin Oriental in London on Monday 1st September and Kyle McLaughlin (Resident Manager), Andrew Thomason (Managing Director) and George Blogg (Head Chef) attended the prestigious event.

This award completes a trio of wins for Gravetye this year, having already been named AA Hotel of the Year, England 2013-14 and Condé Nast Johansens Best Countryside Hotel 2014. We would like to say a massive thank you to all those who voted for us.


Special Offer - Indian Summer

Escape to the peace and tranquillity of Gravetye this September for a last-minute break to enjoy the end of this year’s summer in the beautiful Sussex countryside.  

From £345.00 - inclusive of dinner, overnight accommodation and full English Breakfast for two. Rate is per room per night based on two people sharing and is only available on select dates throughout September.

Please call reservations for further information on 01342 810567.


Upcoming Events

The start of our Autumn and Winter Events programme is always an exciting time of the year with many seasonal events taking place at Gravetye. We are pleased to inform you of limited availability on the following September events…

Living in Harmony with Bees with Heidi Herrmann from the Natural Beekeeping Trust - Tuesday 16th September 2014

The life of the honeybee colony is a pageant of miracles. Bees and flowers form one of the most beautiful forms of interconnectedness in the whole of nature. But this delicate balance is under threat today. Heidi will explore how we can contribute as gardeners and nature lovers to a better future for this most beneficial of insects, the delightful honeybee. Heidi Herrmann is a founder member of the Natural Beekeeping Trust, serves on the Council of the Biodynamic Agriculture Association and currently lives in Sussex, keeping horses, sheep and bees and managing apiaries on various private estates. Her work for the Natural Beekeeping Trust has been featured on BBC, ITV and Newsnight as well as various documentaries and magazines.

Gathering at 12.30 for 1.00pm
£75.00 per person, aperitif, 2 courses and drinks inclusive.
Smart casual.


Gravetye Garden Talk: Preparing the borders

Lunch and talk with Head Gardener Tom Coward followed by a walk in the garden - Monday 29th September 2014

In this talk Tom will discuss how he and his team manage the flower borders at Gravetye.  He will cover how plants are selected and grown as well as the preparation of the ground and the ultimate planting combinations.  He will aim to demonstrate the work carried out and results through the seasons and how this can be taken home and used in the domestic garden.

Gathering at 12.30 for 1.00pm
£75.00 per person, aperitif, 2 courses and drinks inclusive.
Smart casual.


To book any of these events please call 01342 810567 and press two for events or email events@gravetyemanor.co.uk. Full pre-payment will be required at time of booking.

In the Garden News

Tom prepares the garden for autumn by cutting the wild flower meadow, and gets excited about his first crop of apples...

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In the Kitchen News

Head Chef George talks about the delicious new season produce, and shares a fantastic garden apple chutney recipe...

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