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A holistic Estate which cares about the land

Cowdray is a dynamic and progressive Estate. As a destination Cowdray offers a range of premium country pursuits from golf on our Championship course, our award winning clay-pigeon shooting school, fly fishing on the river Rother, walking, cycling, riding, polo, both spectating and learning to play, to hospitality at the Farm Shop & Café, holiday cottages, wedding venues and the stunning Cowdray House, set at the heart of the Estate, available for private stays and events.

Sunday 12th May

The Walled Garden Wedding Open Day

Discover your dream wedding venue and find out all about hosting your perfect day at our charming and romantic wedding venue for all seasons. Meet a selection of trusted suppliers and friends, including our in-house caterers The Yellow Kitchen.

Book signing with Milli Proust

Saturday 13th May

Book signing with Milli Proust

Join local grower, floral designer and author Milli Proust for a signing session at the Cowdray Farm Shop from 1pm this Saturday. She will be celebrating the launch of her latest Grower's Guides.

Saturday 27th April

Wim Hof Method at Cowdray Hall

Find an easy path to become healthy, happy and strong through the Wim Hof Method and its three simple pillars of breath and gradual cold exposure, coupled with a strong mindset.

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Cowdray Farm Shop & Lifestyle

Cowdray Farm Shop & Café
Fine food and produce at

Cowdray Farm Shop

The Farm Shop has a traditional butchery, a well stocked deli and a wide range of carefully selected artisan products which are sourced from local suppliers as well as other producers further afield.

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A handpicked selection of homeware items and gifts

Cowdray Lifestyle

Offering a unique, curated selection of homeware and lifestyle items, as well as gifts and Cowdray branded products, Cowdray Lifestyle is the ideal place for gifting inspiration.

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So many places to

Stay at Cowdray

A secluded countryside break

Costers Lodge

A newly refurbished country retreat, Costers Lodge is sure to be a favourite with families and groups of friends alike. Sleeping up to six guests with bright, open-plan living and a beautiful terrace, Costers is the perfect holiday home for entertaining and for exploring Cowdray and the South Down National Park.

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A truly luxurious home away from home

Challens Yarde

Challens Yarde is a beautifully appointed grade II listed luxury holiday cottage. Formerly a wheelwright’s shop and three cottages, Challens is a large double fronted cottage, providing spacious, bright, and airy accommodation for up to eight people, with its own private garden and off-street parking.

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The ultimate rural retreat

Apsley Cottage

Located just outside Bepton village, a short drive from Midhurst town, Apsley is a beautiful cottage tucked away in a stunning rural location, available as a short-term luxury rental. The property has three bedrooms; one double and two singles with a downstairs bathroom, cosy sitting room, separate dining room and well-appointed contemporary kitchen.

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Enjoy a stay in our

Benbow Pond Holiday Cottages

Nestled behind Benbow Pond are four luxury holiday cottages with an extensive range of outdoor pursuits and leisure activities on the doorstep, along with a myriad of footpaths. Perfect for couples and families, the Cottages lend themselves to a long weekend away, allowing guests to escape the hustle and bustle of city life, or a longer stay...

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Not just for golfers

The Golf Lodge & The Bothy

Providing Bed and Breakfast, ensuites bedrooms at The Lodge are open to everyone, not just golfers. Overlooking the Polo Grounds and Cowdray Ruins and located opposite Cowdray Golf Club, ideal for those who wish to tee-off at sunrise or catch some polo during the summer months. Sleeps up to 16 guests.

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16,000-acres of

The Cowdray Estate

Our team strive to create a symbiotic existence between the old and the new through good stewardship of the landscape, holistic management of the land, thorough understanding of wildlife, landscape conservation and a strong estate community.

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Enjoy the taste of local produce

Eat at Cowdray

Enjoy home-cooked food at our

Farm Shop Café

Our Farm Shop Café is the perfect location to enjoy our home cooked food. We take great care sourcing local ingredients wherever possible and all food, including our delicious cakes, is made on-site.

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On the go

Cowdray Express

Situated across from Cowdray Farm Shop & Café, Cowdray Express suits those who are ‘on the go’, serving a variety of healthy snacks and refreshments. (Hours may vary depending upon seasons.)

Cowdray Park Golf Club

The Clubhouse

Located at the Clubhouse, Cowdray Golf’s The Clubhouse Restaurant is open to all, not just golfers. Breakfast, lunch and brunch are available seven days a week. During the summer months, we recommend enjoying refreshments on the terrace with beautiful views across to Cowdray Ruins and the South Downs. When the temperature drops, why not join us for a roast?

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Weddings, Celebrations, Corporate

Plan your Cowdray Event

Cowdray House Exclusive Venue Cowdray Estate

Cowdray house

Available for exclusive use, and offering complete privacy, Cowdray House is a stunning location for a range of events including weddings, celebrations and corporates. Cowdray House lends itself to large parties as well.

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Cowdray Estate Weddings at Cowdray

The Walled Garden

The historic and charming venue, which is located next to Cowdray Ruins, offers a diverse setting for any occasion and is available for a wide variety of events including weddings, ceremonies, birthdays and celebrations.

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Exhilaration awaits at

A great Sporting estate

The home of British Polo

Cowdray Park Polo Club

The game of Polo has been played at Cowdray for over a century. Over 400 matches are played each season, with the highlight being the British Open Polo Championship for the Cowdray Gold Cup. Spectators are welcome throughout the polo season which runs from April until September.

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Year-round golfing at

Cowdray Golf

A true Sussex sporting institution. Golf has been played on our scenic Cowdray Golf course for well over a century. Its combination of sandy soil with the latest in irrigation and sprinkler systems means superb conditions can be maintained throughout the year, making it a true all year round course.

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Expert tuition

Shooting at Hownhall

Nestled in the woods just north of Midhurst, Hownhall Shooting is an award-winning school that delivers professional shooting experiences to the complete novice up to the accomplished shot.

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The iconic

Cocking Shoot

The iconic Cocking Shoot has been included in the country’s top 10 shoots and is renowned for producing high birds in the spectacular setting of the South Downs.

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a diverse portfolio of filming locations

Filming at Cowdray

Cowdray welcomes film crews of all sizes all year round to the Estate, with a dedicated and experienced in-house team to help enable and facilitate all shoots with ease. We have a huge number of private locations many of which have easy access for large vehicles, as well as space for unit bases on site.

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Relax & unwind

Wellbeing at Cowdray

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A haven of tranquility at

Cowdray Hall

Cowdray Hall hosts inspirational workshops and events, weekly classes and one-to-one therapy sessions focussing on all areas of self-development. Classes include Yoga, Pilates and Mindfulness.

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In expert hands at our

Therapy Rooms

Situated next to Cowdray Hall, our beautifully appointed Therapy Rooms provide an accessible but private space for therapists, consultants and their clients with Shiatsu, Osteopathy, Nutritional Therapy and more.

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Step back in time at

Cowdray Heritage

Cowdray Heritage is one of England’s most important early Tudor houses. Visited by King Henry VIII and Queen Elizabeth I this impressive Tudor house was partially destroyed by fire in 1793. One tower remained intact and following a recent refurbishment is now a venue for art workshops, specialising in the Renaissance Period.

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