The Estate, Pleasure Grounds and the Long Walk
Take a stroll down to the River Rother, wander at your leisure in the pleasure grounds and find tranquillity in the long walk.
William Pye Water Fountain
Inspired by a former cedar tree that used to stand in the same position, the impressive William Pye water fountain, is a 4 metres high sculpture. Watch how the water is allowed to perfectly spill over the edge of the bowl into the central trunk to resemble a tree shape.
All Hallows Church
Accessible by a secret door from the garden, the parish church of All Hallows sits neatly within the grounds. Inside the walls of the Grade I listed church, you will see magnificent stained glass windows and original Saxon features. The Church is carefully looked after by the local parishioners of nearby Midhurst and is open for visitors in the summer months.
The Tulip Folly
A perfect shelter from the rain, take in the views towards the River Rother and surrounding countryside. Designed by Phillip Jebb, this classical temple folly is named after a tulip tree that fell in the Winter storms of 1987.
The Hornbeam Tunnel
Take the steps down from the Tulip Folly and walk along by the River Rother. Here you will find meadows of buttercups, daises and foxgloves growing wildly into the sweeping landscape. Walk slowly along the tunnel and admire the trees, twisting at every turn.
The Long Walk
Wander through the kissing gate and enjoy picturesque views over the river towards the long walk. Navigate your way along rustic woody paths to reveal a gothic summerhouse and waterfall, Chinese bridges, secret sculptures and hidden views.
Embrace some of the finest views in Sussex as you walk out into the wider estate. Walk along the River Rother leading you into nearby Midhurst or enjoy a ramble in Woolbeding Woods.