It’s a beautiful country house that’s nestled in the heart of the South Downs — one of the most beautiful parts of the UK in my biased opinion (I’m from West Sussex). Big enough to feel impressive, whilst being exclusive so it feels homely and welcoming.
Viscount Cowdray’s West Sussex estate, Cowdray Park, is often referred to as the home of British polo, and it hosts the finals of the coveted Gold Cup every year. Among several accommodation options in the grounds is Cowdray House, a stunning stately home available for private hire. As well as the chukkas, guests enjoy immaculate gardens (which include the Grade I-listed ruins of the original Tudor house), indoor and outdoor pools, exquisite dining and fishing on the River Rother. A wonderfully secluded spot for the best of events.