Quintessential English country house sports

Set within ten glorious acres in the downland village of Bepton, Park House has a unique selection of facilities to enjoy, including classic English lawn sports and summer garden games. These include two superbly presented traditional grass tennis courts, a 6 hole par 3 golf course, putting green, bowls lawn and traditional croquet lawn. Hotel guests and non-residents alike are most welcome to use these facilities between May and September. Could there be a more perfect way to spend a sunny afternoon?

To book these faciltiies, please call the hotel reservations team on 01730 819020 or email reservations@parkhousehotel.com. Non-residents are also most welcome to make an appointment to come and view these facilities if they would like to use any of them.


A delightful small golf course near Midhurst

Set within Park House's ten acre grounds is The Oaks golf course. A parkland style affair that is absolutely ideal for shorter games, this challenging 6 hole par 3 eighteen-tee course offers visitors all year round play, weather permitting, for both hotel guests and non-residents to enjoy. Our 6 hole eighteen-tee course is popular among players and non-golfers alike, with golf and spa breaks keeping both parties happy!

To book a round or to come and view the course, please contact the hotel reservations team on 01730 819020 or email  reservations@parkhousehotel.com.


Putting

A relatively new addition to Park House's traditional country house sports facilities, the putting green was opened a few years ago to enable golfers to brush up on their putting skills in between rounds of golf on The Oaks course. A traditional grass putting green with 9 holes, the green can be used all year round, weather permitting, by hotel guests and non-resident guests.

To book use of the putting green, please call the hotel reservations team on 01730 819020 or email reservations@parkhousehotel.com.


Traditional lawn tennis

You couldn't get more quintessentially English country house than traditional lawn tennis courts. Park House has two superbly presented traditional lawn tennis courts for hotel guests and non-residents to use between May and September. A rarity these days, traditional lawn tennis courts are a delight to play on and the hotel is equipped with tennis rackets and balls, if required. Dress code - traditional whites are not required but tennis shoes must be worn.

To hire a court, please telephone the hotel reservations team on 01730 819020 or email reservations@parkhousehotel.com. The courts will be subject to weather conditions and if excessively wet, may be unavailable for use temporarily.


Bowls

Located between the putting green and traditional lawn tennis courts, Park House also has a bowls lawn which is open for use in the summer months between May and September. The lawn is in an impeccable condition thanks to the stalwart efforts of the hotel's groundsmen and has two lanes for teams to play against each other. Hotel guests and non-resident guests are both most welcome to use the bowls lawn - bowls balls and a scoreboard are provided by the hotel.

To book the lawn, please telephone the hotel reservations team on 01730 819020 or email reservations@parkhousehotel.com. Use of the lawn is subject to weather conditiions and if excessively wet, may be temporarily out of use.


Croquet

Looking out from the hotel's drawing room and conservatory, guests and visitors to Park House will see the traditional croquet lawn ready to enjoy during the summer months. As a quintessential English game, croquet took the country by storm in the 1860s and as a result, the All England Croquet Club was established at Wimbledon in 1868. Today, hotel guests and non-resident guests can enjoy a round of this hugely fun game with all the equipment provided by the hotel.

To book the lawn, please telephone the hotel reservations team on 01730 819020 or email reservations@parkhousehotel.com. If excessively wet, the lawn may be closed for use temporarily.


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