4 Bountiful Farm-To-Table Retreats To Try

Crosby Street Hotel, New York City It’s the artwork lining the walls and lobby that welcomes you into the Crosby Street Hotelbut it’s the bright colours, patterns and textures paired with the floor-to-ceiling windows in the bedrooms that will make you want to stay. Proving that sustainability is possible for city slickers too, the hotel uses its rooftop space as an urban fruit and vegetable garden for growing the seasonal produce on its menus. Rooms from $695. designhotels.com

 Crosby Street

Le Mas de Peint, Provence Wake up to the sound of white horses’ hooves on the grounds of Le Mas de Peint, or hop on the back of one to explore the vast surrounds of the Camargue floodlands where the farmhouse is set. It’s a meaty affair here, where the menu includes bull as well as the farm-grown vegetables. Take a dip in the outdoor swimming pool or head north to Arles for creative inspiration in the historic town. Rooms from €430 for two nights. i-escape.com

Hotel Le Mas de Peint

Burtown House, Co Kildare

Cook for yourself with ingredients from the garden at The Stable Yard House at Burtown House and Gardens self-catering accommodation near Athy, or dine at The Green Barn restaurant where they do the work for you – the menu changes daily based on the outside crop. Here you’ll also find the Birdwoods exhibition – a collection of Zimbabwean stone sculptures – that runs until the end of November. Sleeps six people. Prices from €240 for a minimum two-night stay. burtownhouse.ie

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Burtown House

Beaverbrook, Surrey

Expansive grounds, luxury beds, delicious food … they’ve got it all at the charming Beaverbrook estate. The grounds have two restaurants: The Dining Grill offers an elegant experience with Japanese cuisine, while The Garden House creates its menu based on locally sourced and grown produce. Relax and unwind in the spa or choose from a whole range of activities that they have on offer. Rooms from £195. beaverbrook.co.uk

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