There's so much to do on the Goodwood Estate that you won't want to leave, but if you would like to venture further afield, Goodwood has plenty of activities on its doorstep. Here are just a few suggestions!
Build sandcastles at West Wittering, go paddle boarding at Bracklesham Bay or perhaps visit the seal colony that lives at the edge of Chichester Harbour!
For shopping, sightseeing, eating out and visiting museums, we're spoilt for choice in Sussex.
Arm yourself with a delicious picnic from the Motor Circuit Cafe cafe and head out to explore the many walks, both on the Goodwood Estate and beyond, in the South Downs National Park.
For contemporary art, The Cass Sculpture Foundation is just a stones throw from the Goodwood Hotel. Or head into Chichester, home to Chichester Cathedral, Pallant House Gallery which is an internationally renowned modern art gallery, The Novium Museum or the famous Chichester Festival Theatre for a performance.
The Weald and Downland Museum, 10 minutes away by car, is a fascinating collection of historic, rescued rural buildings set in a beautiful landscape, which tell the stories of the people who lived and worked in them over 1,000 years.
Only a 30 minute drive away, the Mary Rose Museum in the Historic Dockyard in Portsmouth has Henry VIII's salvaged flagship on display in a brand new, stuning museum. More up-to-date, the D-Day Museum in Southsea tells the stories of those involved in the D-Day landings.
Once you have quenched your desire for history, Gunwharf Quays in Portsmouth offers excellent outlet designer shopping, over 40 restaurants and the chance to get a bird's eye view of Portsmouth and the surrounding area from the Emirates Spinnaker Tower.
These are only a few of the many places to explore: speak to us for recommendations just for you.