Set deep in Darling Buds of May country, Elvey Farm is a delightfully rustic guest house and restaurant with a pretty courtyard garden and cutting edge, modern rooms within stables, barn and, of course, an oast house. Housed within a gloriously cosy sixteenth century barn with low beamed ceilings and exposed wooden frame, Elvey Farm’s restaurant is lit by twinkling fairy lights and the soft glow of candles, creating a magically romantic atmosphere in which to dine with a loved one. Service is attentive and friendly, the staff ensuring your meal goes without a hitch and, if you’re lucky enough to be staying overnight, that you’ll enjoy the best of everything throughout your visit. In keeping with the wonderfully atmospheric surroundings Elvey Farm’s kitchen prepares typical dishes from the appropriately named Garden of England, using the best ingredients, all locally sourced, to create dishes inspired by centuries of creativity at the stove. The result is an interesting combination of
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