Welcome to Cowdray
Explore a unique country estate in West Sussex

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Cowdray celebrates

Heritage Open Days

Nina Williams Cowdray's Head Forester, has curated a walk around Cowdray's veteran trees, whilst the Head Chef at Cowdray Farm Shop & Café has produced a modern take on a recipe that was originally written by Robert May in the 1630's.

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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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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 King Power Gold Cup for the British Open Championships. Spectators are welcome throughout the polo season which runs from April until September.

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Plan your perfect event at

Cowdray House

Cowdray House is available for exclusive-use hire for a wide range of events including country house parties, weddings, corporate retreats, celebrations and film shoots.

Located in the West Sussex countryside near Midhurst, it offers total privacy and yet is easily accessible from London and its airports.

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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.

Open seven days a week.

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.

Open seven days a week. There is ample parking and wheelchair access.

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Cowdray Holiday Cottages

Enjoy a stay in our

Holiday Cottages

Our delightful cottages have recently undergone a major refurbishment and offer improved facilities alongside beautiful décor and furnishings.

Located just a few minutes walk or drive from the Cowdray Park Polo grounds and Cowdray Golf Club, the cottages are all equipped to the highest standard and provide perfect accommodation for a country break.

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At the heart of the Estate

The Walled Garden

The Walled Garden is an attractive venue with two large reception rooms and a wonderful private 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 other celebrations.

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Cowdray Hall

A haven of tranquility at

Cowdray Hall

Cowdray Hall hosts inspirational workshops and events, weekly classes and one-to-one therapy sessions focused on all areas of self-development.

It can also be booked for activities by clubs and local groups. The building has a fully-equipped kitchen, Wi-Fi and audio visual equipment.

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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.

The rooms are available to hire to fully qualified and insured practitioners creating a centre of dedicated Therapists.

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Property

Commercial and residential

Property to let

Cowdray offers a range of residential and commercial properties to rent in both Midhurst and the surrounding area.

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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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