About The Ferry House

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Greetings

FROM THE BURDENS

The family farm is where it all began – after all, no one knows how to cook a good honest meal like a farmer’s wife! From humble beginnings in 2000, we have grown an amazing team, including talented chefs & passionate gardeners who have made The Ferry House a very special place. Menus showcasing our family-farmed beef, free range game birds & the veggies, fruit & herbs grown in our extensive Kitchen Gardens make us proud to call the Ferry House our home. We look forward to welcoming you soon.

– Alex, Victoria & the FH Team

How we roll

We live by our core values – Commitment, Consistency, Family, Quality & Pride. Our team are the most important part of our success as a business & we encourage them to apply these five principles to everything we do, to deliver an exceptional customer experience. We are committed to improving the 16th century venue every year, with the most recent additions being our stunning Coach House, The Farmhouse cottage & two Treatment Rooms.

Our History The Team

CORONAVIRUS

We’ve worked meticulously to be accredited a ‘Covid Confident’ venue by the AA Hotel & Hospitality Services. Find out more about the measures we’re taking to help keep our customers & staff safe.

Coronavirus

CAREERS & VACANCIES

We’re always on the look out for new team members who share our unique, family-centric ethos. If you’re passionate about delivering exceptional service to our guests & are looking for a friendly, nurturing place to work that’s big on professional development, then take a look at our current vacancies, or send us your CV here.

Careers & Vacancies

BURDEN BROTHERS LTD

The Burden family bought the 16th century Ferry House in 2000 and began the task of lovingly restoring it. Alex and Victoria Burden run The Ferry House with their dedicated team of staff, and it has become a must-visit place in Kent, as well as a popular wedding venue.

Currently the third generation of the Burden Family are farming on the Isle of Sheppey. Starting out with Arable Farming in 1968 the family business has grown to incorporate a contracting business, tractor dealerships in Kent and Sussex, and one of the largest second hand parts and tractor stockists in the UK.