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Nestled in the rolling hills of the South Downs National Park in West Sussex, Cowdray is an historic 16,000-acre estate with exquisite landscaped gardens, a serene lake and sprawling woodlands. A thoroughly English escape with an illustrious sporting heritage. The House is a unique setting to bring together family & friends, for revitalising weekends, celebrations or longer stays.
Delicious food is central to stays at Cowdray, whether it’s an indulgent afternoon tea with freshly baked scones and cakes or an extravagant dinner for your guests. Lamb, beef and game reared on Cowdray land and Estate-stalked venison as well as Cowdray eggs and honey from hives on the Estate.
From your approach across parkland, landscaped by Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown in the eighteenth century, to the sumptuous but intimate interiors that greet you, this former hunting lodge is your home from home where the warmest welcome awaits.
With 22 beautifully appointed bedrooms with immaculate en-suite bathrooms, our rooms have breath-taking views over the parkland, the South Downs or west to the romantic Tudor ruins of the original Cowdray House.