The Lodges at Ashling Park Estate

Nestled at the edge of Ashling Park’s vineyards with far-reaching views across the vines, these luxurious lodges offer a contemporary rural escape just ten minutes from Chichester.

Built by Will Hardie of Channel 4’s ‘Amazing Spaces’, these one or two-bedroom lodges have been thoughtfully designed to include everything the modern visitor could need. From the indulgently large beds to the luxurious bathrooms with rolltop baths, cosy living areas with wood burners and picture windows and well-equipped kitchenettes, these are tiny houses with a big personality. And the best bit? It’s just a short stroll across the lawn to the a la carte restaurant, Ashling Park vineyard tours and tasting, and even a gin-making experience room.

You’ll love

  • Each lodge is named after a stage in the vineyard’s life cycle: Budburst, Flowering, Veraison, Harvest, and Fall, and is furnished with velvets and textiles that reflect the season’s colour.
  • Falling asleep to in the huge divan beds with their exceptional EPOC handcrafted mattresses
  • Private south-facing terraces complete with coffee table and sofa seats to enjoy a cuppa in the morning or a bottle in the evening.


Each vineyard lodge provides

  • Living area with log burner and armchairs, and window seat with views of the estate gardens and vineyards.
  • Well-stocked kitchenette with tea and coffee making, toaster, little microwave, fridge and mini butler sink
  • Large, south facing terrace complete with outdoor seating
  • Separate hallway to hang coats, muddy boots or sandy flip flops 
  • Spacious bathrooms with beautiful cast iron, clawed feet, roll top baths


If you need a lodge with additional accessibility features, please select ‘Veraison’ when asked to choose your room.

Lodge at Ashling Park. Photo: Daniel Alford

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Out of 50 different species of bee recorded in Sussex, bumblebees are some of the most familiar. They all do a useful job in pollinating orchards and farmland crops. Although grape vines are self-pollinating the bees work the surrounding landscape to the benefit of the vineyards.



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