“The food we serve in the restaurant reflects and is inspired by our beautiful surroundings. We are fortunate enough here to be able to use the fantastic produce our team of gardeners, led by Tom Coward, grow on the estate and in our impressive Victorian walled kitchen garden. The most important aim for me is to have a dining room full of happy guests, and secondly a kitchen full of happy chefs. Understanding the opinions and needs of the guests and managing a kitchen brigade are two very different skill sets, which creates a job that is exciting, challenging and rewarding.”
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terminology: t. = tax, s.n.i. = service not included, s.i. = service included
The gardens of Gravetye Manor, considered among the most influential in English gardening history, have been subject to a vast restoration project since 2010.
In order to pay homage to the creative gardening style of William Robinson, creator of the Gravetye Manor gardens, the owners are carrying out important restoration work. The landscaping is being recreated using old photos and drawings from the period to retain its original style and proportions. Authentic Victorian greenhouses have already been reconstructed as well as a vast 6000m2 vegetable garden that provides the restaurant daily with fresh fruit, vegetables and other products.