How do you get to Gravetye Manor?
By Road. From M23, J10 East Grinstead, A264 The Dukes Head, B2028 towards Turner’s Hill. After Turner’s Hill take left fork for Sharpthorne, then take first left in to Vowels Lane. Gravetye is 1.5 miles on the right.
Can you visit the gardens at Gravetye Manor?
Exploring historic gardens The garden at Gravetye is an especially unique feature of the manor and a piece of heritage of which we are very proud. Turn your visit into an experience by exploring the gardens guided by one of our talented gardeners.
How old is Gravetye Manor?
Gravetye Manor first opened its doors as a hotel and restaurant on the 17th May 1958. 60 years on, Gravetye continues to flourish under the ownership of Jeremy & Elizabeth Hosking. “ Gravetye has been and still is a special place for Jeremy and I. We celebrated our wedding night here many years ago.
Who is chef at Gravetye Manor?
Dorset-born George Blogg has worked in world-class restaurants, establishing a style that is classical at its core, natural in its execution. His cuisine can be sampled at the award-winning Gravetye Manor in Sussex, where he’s head chef.
How many rooms does Gravetye Manor have?
Our 17 beautiful Rooms and Robinson Suite combine old world charm and modern-day luxury, offering guests a delightful stay. Furnished with beautifully restored antiques, original paintings and quirky period features, each room has its own unique character.
Has Gravetye Manor got a Michelin star?
Gravetye Manor is a manor house located near East Grinstead, West Sussex, England. The former home of landscape gardener William Robinson, it is now a hotel and restaurant holding, in 2020, one star in the Michelin Guide, and is a Grade I listed building, with Grade 2* listed gardens.