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Places to Visit, Things to Do and Days Out in or near Midhurst

Midhurst dates back to the middle ages with the Market Square being surruonded by attractive period buildings. A visit to the magnificant Cowdray House is a must along with the highly popular Cowdray Park Polo Club. Other attractions include the Weald and Downland Open Air Museum, Petworth House and the Haslemere Museum. Places to Visit in or near Midhurst Arundel Castle & Gardens and Petworth House & Park are listed below.
28 Results In Or Near Midhurst
12.1 miles from centre of Midhurst
Loved by locals and tourists alike, Arundel Castle holds a special place in the heart of England (it's been a visitor attraction for 200 years) and it's all the more special since it is still lived in to this day. The site's history dates back almost 1,000 years when a motte was built in 1068 and the subsequent buildings that have been added to the site have been home to the Dukes of Norfolk and their descendants for 850 years. As you might expect, the place is groaning with priceless antique...
5.5 miles from centre of Midhurst
Explore the beautiful parklands of Petworth Petworth House is a 705 acre parkland that has evolved from just a small garden containing fruit and vegetables in the 16th century. Enclosed by a 5 mile long stone wall, throughout the centuries well know designers such as George London and Capability Brown were commissioned to plant and construct the garden as we find it today. With glorious Autumn and Spring colours of daffodils and bluebells, fine shrubs and trees in particular the Japan...
6.8 miles from centre of Midhurst
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A 300-year-old country pub with rooms set within the rolling hills of the South Downs National Park. At The Welldiggers Arms you can savour exquisite cuisine in the airy dining room and sip a pint of local ale in the cosy bar. Watch the chefs hard at work in the open kitchen while you dine on a menu of seasonal British classics, or admire the view afforded by the large picture windows overlooking a beautiful coppice and the South Downs. Much of the produce used is sourced from their bount...
1.0 miles from centre of Midhurst
Nestled in a quiet corner of West Sussex lies a true horticultural haven bursting with colourful planting and sensational views. Woolbeding Gardens delights at every turn with distinctive garden rooms set against thoughtfully composed borders. Formal gardens merge into the far reaching rural landscape of the River Rother, a perfect backdrop for the many sculptures and follies you'll come across.
14.7 miles from centre of Midhurst
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This 'Medieval' manor house is in fact less than 100 years old. You can ponder this architectural achievement, and the menu of course, over a pre-dinner glass of champagne in the Hotel's beautiful rose garden. Then take your seat in the romantic stone walled, oak paneled dining room for some seriously good modern European cooking. Start with roasted quail with cep mushroom and Parmesan risotto with sage butter then follow with roasted seabass with fondant potato, black olive tapenade, roasted...
8.2 miles from centre of Midhurst
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Farmer, Butcher, Chef is Goodwood's exciting restaurant located just yards from Home Farm. The final stage of a unique process dedicated to showcasing the meat in terms of flavour, quality and provenance, and achieving the very best yield from their livestock. The organic principles enable Goodwood to produce the best-tasting beef, pork and lamb, all of which are reared on-site.
6.9 miles from centre of Midhurst
Explore the beautiful Uppark House and Gardens The tale behind Uppark House and Garden near Petersfield in the South Downs is a dramatic one, its having gone down in flames a couple of decades ago thanks to a spark from a workman's tool. The National Trust has surpassed itself in restoring the house and gardens and the result is a classic stately home in surely one of the most beautiful spots in England. Capability Brown and Humphrey Repton inspired the glorious grounds here which hav...
5.6 miles from centre of Midhurst
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Nestled beautifully in the rolling South Downs on the edge of the tiny village of Chilgrove, the White Horse is a multi-award-winning country inn, offering seasonal British cuisine and stylish bedrooms, providing a warm and friendly service with rustic elegance and contemporary design.
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14.7 miles from centre of Midhurst
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A modern cafe/restaurant designed by award-winning architect, Thomas Heatherwick. East Beach serves favourite seaside classics in a relaxed and welcoming environment, all year round.
0.1 miles from centre of Midhurst
The Spread Eagle Spa set in the Historic Spread Eagle Hotel offers a relaxing environment away from the stresses and strains of modern day living. The experienced therapists use quality products from Temple Spa with a wide range of health, beauty and relaxation treatments. Indulge and allow yourself to be pampered at this modern, tastefully designed sanctuary. A wide range of Spa Days and Spa Breaks are available.
5.7 miles from centre of Midhurst
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The New Street Bar and Grill is a modern and relaxing restaurant in the heart of the South Downs. Refurbished and opened in May 2018 the menu focuses on fresh, good quality ingredients cooked to a high standard. Signature dishes from the grill include Brixham Lemon Sole, lobster, Goodwood organic beef and Sussex lamb. A series of classic dishes and starters compliment the mains and original desserts such as Baked Alaska have already proved very popular. As well as the restaurant the ...
7.7 miles from centre of Midhurst
Golf At Goodwood is a brand new vision for the sport - a completely different way of enjoying golf membership. As a member you will have access to The Downs Course, already rated in Golf World's Top 100 courses in Great Britain and Ireland, and The Park Course, which together will give you 36 holes of magnificent golf. James Braid, designed the Downs Course in 1914 using his trademark doglegs and cross-bunkering combined with nature's dramatic changes in levels making the course as compelling...
7.8 miles from centre of Midhurst
Goodwood House, the family home of the Duke and Duchess of Richmond and Gordon, is a charming English country house with a warm and inviting atmosphere, along with plenty of glamour. The State Apartments at Goodwood have been fully restored in a Regency style, and they house one of the most significant private collections of art in the UK.
8.1 miles from centre of Midhurst
The Royal Oak is a true dining destination. Proud holders of 2 AA Rosettes, the menus change with the seasons and reflect the love of contemporary British food. The Royal Oak Inn is passionate about produce and sourced locally and from the countryside surroundings wherever possible, if you'd ever like to know the origin of one of the ingredients simply ask a member of the friendly team. The love of local extends to our bar, where you'll find a choice of local ales as well as an extensive win...
9.6 miles from centre of Midhurst
The Tangmere Military Aviation Museum is situated on the old RAF Tangmere airfield. During WW2 it served as one of Britain´s front line fighter bases and after the war was home to the World Speed Record breaking aircraft of the High Speed Flight. The museum now contains many fascinating exhibits including priceless historic aircraft, equipment used by SOE agents and flight simulators where you can try your hand at flying. There is something for all the family to see and do, with ample free pa...
5.4 miles from centre of Midhurst
West Dean Gardens is one of the greatest gardens open to the public in England. Creatively inspired by its rich heritage and South Downs setting, the gardens in
5.5 miles from centre of Midhurst
Whilst Petworth has been an ancestral seat for more than 900 years, the design of the 17th century Petworth House was influenced by some of Europe's finest Baroque palaces. With magnificent state rooms that were built to demonstrate wealth, taste and artistic patronage, Petworth House contains a huge range of both sculpture and artwork, including pieces by Turner, Van Dyck, Gainsborough and Reynolds.
12.1 miles from centre of Midhurst
From its imposing position on a West Sussex hill, Arundel Castle offers stunning views of the South Downs. Visitors are free to explore the castle, the keep, the walled garden and the 40-acre Collector Earl's Garden.
14.7 miles from centre of Midhurst
The luxurious Bailiffscourt Health Spa is purpose-built in the beautiful grounds of its mother hotel, and only steps from the beach. With indoor and outdoor pools; Steam Room; Sauna; Outdoor Californian style Hot Tub and integrated indoor Jacuzzi you can relax for the day and be thoroughly pampered. Sample the wonderful selection of treatments and therapies. Healthy lunch and snack menus are available.
6.9 miles from centre of Midhurst
Explore the majestic Uppark House and Gardens Uppark is a fine late 17th century house set high on the South Downs. The disastrous fire in 1989 and its restoration add to the magic of this romantic house. The elegant Georgian interior houses a famous Grand Tour collection of paintings that includes works by Pompeo Batoni and Luca Giordano and a fine collection of furniture and ceramics. The 18th century dolls´ house on display has all its original contents and makes a wonderful exhibit ...
12.2 miles from centre of Midhurst
Visit Arundel Museum to find out more about the fascinating story of the town, the river, the countryside and its people. In this family-friendly museum, there are children's activities and trails to enjoy.
12.1 miles from centre of Midhurst
Finding a 16th century carved walnut Florentine ceiling in a converted Regency townhouse in West Sussex is a surprise. But you won't be distracted by it long once you tuck into chef Lee Williams's keenly priced menu of locally sourced ingredients. Well judged modern British dishes are prepared with skill and care and might include pancetta and broad bean risotto with pigeon breast, corn fed chicken supreme with foie gras boudin blanc and savoy cabbage and a classic chocolate Marquise with cof...
6.4 miles from centre of Midhurst
Probably most famous for its Glorious Goodwood event in July, Goodwood Racecourse is so much more than a horse racing track. With just lovely views across the Sussex Downs and the Solent, whether you are interested in racing or not is almost irrelevant – a trip to Goodwood is an event in itself. Train travellers arrive in Chichester and are carried by open top bus through the Duke of Richmond's rambling estate to get to the course where there always seems to be an atmosphere of jollity, every...
0.1 miles from centre of Midhurst
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Original oak beams and an inglenook fireplace big enough to boil a big bad wolf make the dining room of this 15th-century coaching inn (one of the oldest in Britain) impossibly romantic. Perfect for weekends away with a loved one.
0.0 miles from centre of Midhurst
Explore the Outstanding Natural Beauty of the South Downs National Park The South Downs National Park is recognised as an area of outstanding beauty, with many bustling towns and villages from the ancient cathedral city of Winchester in the west to Lewes in the east. Numerous 'rights of way' and open access land is available to explore along with a multitude of things to see and enjoy.
10.3 miles from centre of Midhurst
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Located in the village of Amberley in the beautiful West Sussex countryside, Amberley Castle is a unique luxury hotel stepped in over 900 years of history.
13.9 miles from centre of Midhurst
Winkworth is a natural spectacle of kaleidoscope colour all year round. Spring brings a pastel palette of azaleas above carpets of bluebells. Summer dazzles with blooms at their peak and a canopy of lush leaves. During Autumn trees glow with reds, and oranges, painting a picture. Winter contrasts the dramatic beauty of bare trees with the icy sparkle of frost.
10.7 miles from centre of Midhurst
Step Back in time at Fishbourne Roman Palace Fishbourne Roman Palace and Gardens in West Sussex is the largest Roman home in Britain, a lavish residence fit for royalty. Sign up for a guided tour and let the experts talk you through this fascinating historic site, unearthed as recently as 1960. You can still see evidence of the timber buildings that the Romans built when they first arrived here and the subsequent bathhouse which they created, which was a focal point for Roman society...
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