Gravetye Manor in West Hoathly, Sussex is a beautiful 16th Century Elizabethan Manor with 1000 acres of wooded park and gardens and an enviable walled kitchen garden supplying year round fresh produce to the Michelin starred kitchen.

Dining at Gravetye is relaxed and unhurried, in elegant surroundings.

I have been fortunate enough to work with head chef George Blogg for a number of years, creating a food photography collection for their à la carte menu at Gravetye Manor in Sussex. It is a pleasure to work with George, his passion and attention to detail makes every shoot very enjoyable.

Gravetye Manor dates back to 1598 and and boasts 1000 acres of famous gardens set out by William Robinson, one of the greatest gardeners of all time. The hotel is a very peaceful place to stay and has a string of awards to its name including Best Countryside Hotel and Rural Hotel of the year, and a Michelin star restaurant for the exquisite dining experience. Dining at Gravetye is an unhurried experience in the classic atmosphere of the wood panelled dining room. A large percentage of all the fruit and vegetables comes from the one acre walled garden at Gravetye. The menu is very seasonal and fresh and changes frequently to make the best use of the gardens produce. There is even a spring at Gravetye which provides its water.

Please contact Simon Eldon to discuss your photography requirements, chat through the process and to provide you with a quote for your project. We are based just outside Lewes, in East Sussex, near to Brighton with photography clients in London, Sussex, Kent and Surrey and across England and the UK.

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