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Bignor Park

The park takes around twenty five minutes by car, and is approximately twelve miles from the pub

Bignor Park is a private estate located in beautiful unspoilt surroundings at the foot of the South Downs. The Home Farm Barn and Stone Cottage are available throughout the year for Holiday Letting. Bignor Park was originally part of the Arundel Estate when the Dukes of Norfolk used the grounds to fatten deer. There was a small house, from which the only surviving relics are two pinnacles at the west end of the walled garden. At the start of the 19th Century the Cornish tin miner John Hawkins bought and developed the estate as an extra to his main property at Trewithen in Cornwall. 

Tourist information

Opening hours
National Gardens Scheme Opening in 2001 Easter Sunday, Monday 15th, 16th April, Saturday, Sunday 11th, 12th August (12am to 5pm) Admission £2.50 Children free


From London: (53 miles) Take A3 and turn left at Milford onto A283 to Petworth.

From Petworth: (5 miles) Take A285 Chichester Road for 2 miles. Turn left, signposted Burton Mill & Roman Villa. Straight over next crossroads, then fork right signposted West Burton & Roman Villa. After 1 mile Bignor Park Estate is on the right.

From Pulborough: (5 miles). Take the A29 Bognor Road for two miles. Turn right, signposted Fittleworth. Left at 'T' Junction, first right leads to Bignor Park Estate's 1/2 mile driveway.

From Arundel: (7 miles). Take Pulborough Road. At bottom of long steep hill fork left signposted B2138
to Petworth. Second turn left leads to driveway. 

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