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Vowels Ln., West Hoathly, England RH19 4LJ, United Kingdom

Gravetye Manor is not only one of the first country houses to transform into a sophisticated hotel, but these 1,000 acres were also once home (and testing ground) to one of England’s most famed gardeners, William Robinson. He bought this West Sussex property in 1884, which today includes 17 luxurious suites inside an Elizabethan-era stone house, along with a variety of gardens, a meadow, and two lakes. Tour the circular kitchen garden and then sit down for an English breakfast or lunch in the three-rosette restaurant. The tasting menu at dinner attracts visiting gastronomes as well as overnight guests.

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Gravetye Manor

Gravetye Manor is not only one of the first country houses to transform into a sophisticated hotel, but these 1,000 acres were also once home (and testing ground) to one of England’s most famed gardeners, William Robinson. He bought this West Sussex property in 1884, which today includes 17 luxurious suites inside an Elizabethan-era stone house, along with a variety of gardens, a meadow, and two lakes. Tour the circular kitchen garden and then sit down for an English breakfast or lunch in the three-rosette restaurant. The tasting menu at dinner attracts visiting gastronomes as well as overnight guests.