Cowdray House, Midhurst,

West Sussex, GU29 0AY

With a history dating back to the early 1500s, Cowdray was in its heyday during the reign of Henry VIII and Elizabeth I, both of whom visited and stayed at the house, with Henry VIII being a frequent visitor.

 Formerly the home of Lord & Lady Cowdray, Cowdray House is a spectacular country house surrounded by historic parkland including Cowdray Ruins. In close proximity to Goodwood and the world renowned Cowdray Park Polo Club the house is on the outskirts of Midhurst and within easy access of the A272, making it easily accessible from London and neighbouring counties Hampshire and Surrey.

 Our antiques and fine art fair at Cowdray House will be set out in a series of connecting rooms on the ground floor including Buck Hall with its barrel vaulted ceiling and minstrels gallery, the Drawing Room and Dining Room. Catering on our open days will be provided by The Cowdray Estate and we have been promised a cosy tearoom serving delicious light meals and snacks.