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Experience Autumn at The Ferry House

September means one thing at The Ferry House – the beginning of game season and the perfect opportunity to show off their magnificent food ethos. From now until the end of January, the Burden family don their wellies and shotguns, come rain or shine, to gather game from their Harty estate for The Ferry House menus, with Head Chef, James Pilcher, putting a unique spin on this seasonal produce. And that’s why this rural country restaurant with B&B rooms is the perfect place to try game meat, whether you’re a connoisseur or you’ve never tried it before, the local, wild game served on The Ferry House menu is a cut above the rest, especially when carefully paired with the produce grown in their 1.5 acre Kitchen Garden.

Witness the changing of the seasons in Harty’s countryside, rural retreat, The Ferry House. Get ready for those colder evenings and cosy up by the fire with their Dinner, Bed & Breakfast escapes. Prioritise R&R alongside great value seasonal & midweek breaks. Set alongside the Swale estuary, it provides the tranquillity you’ve been searching for with packages including a three-course homegrown, family-farmed, locally sourced meal and an overnight stay in the luxury B&B rooms. Why not enjoy a massage or facial in their treatment rooms and really disconnect from reality before your evening meal, or after your Kentish breakfast. With dog friendly stays available, The Ferry House might be the place you’re been looking for, for an escape from the norm.

Find out more on their website: www.theferryhouse.co.uk

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