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Celebrate the Harvest Festival at Careys Manor

Posted in , by on October 6, 2014 and has no comments yet

As the leaves start to turn a golden brown and begin to fall in the light breeze, we welcome the Autumnal months after a lovely summer in the New Forest.

It is at this time of the year that we traditionally celebrate Harvest Festival, something we have been brought up with since our School days, as we’re sure many of you remember.

Forest_250x166In Britain we have celebrated giving thanks for our food since Pagen times; today this celebration is a time to come together and enjoy the produce we have grown over the summer months.

Unlike other countries across the world, in the UK we don’t have a set date for the celebration. It spans across the end of September and early October when crops are traditionally harvested at the end of the summer.

Here at Careys Manor we think of it as a time to come together with the ones you love and enjoy the simplicity of a great meal together, while appreciating the origins of the food you’re eating.

Our Executive Head Chef Paul Peters believes it’s important to create traditional British dishes using the seasons’ freshest ingredients for fine dining at the Manor Restaurant at Careys Manor.

With local and ethically sourced produce being used throughout the menu, it certainly is a treat for the taste buds when you dine with us. We do our utmost to make sure our quality products are English, and of course as close to our hotel as possible to ensure the freshness of the food.

So why not celebrate the Harvest Festival with us in the New Forest? Our country manor and grounds are the perfect setting for Autumnal walks and adventures amongst the leaves followed by a sumptuous meal after to cure those rumbling bellies.

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To book a table, please call us on 01590 623551 or contact us online.

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