Nestled amidst the serene landscapes of West Sussex, Easebourne is renowned for its scenic beauty and historic charm.

This idyllic village weaves a rich tapestry of heritage, boasting treasures from the historic St. Mary’s Church to the Cowdray Ruins. Surrounded by rolling hills and breathtaking countryside, Easebourne captivates with its striking vistas, inviting nature trails and welcoming community. It’s a haven for outdoor enthusiasts and those seeking a tranquil rural lifestyle, all while enjoying convenient access to modern amenities.


Set on the banks of the River Rother in the heart of the South Downs National Park, Easebourne offers an unrivalled location.

Just moments from your doorstep, walking and cycle routes are in abundance. Step out for a stroll along the River Rother, home to many species of wildflowers and wildlife which change with the seasons or enjoy a historic trail through the Cowdray Ruins, once visited by Henry VIII and Elizabeth I. 

In neighbouring Midhurst, you’ll find the South Downs Centre, a gateway to exploring the history of the National Park and offering insights into the numerous local trails that can be traversed on foot, by bike or on horseback.



Home to the expansive Cowdray Estate, Easebourne flourishes with exceptional amenities.

Delight in the offerings of the Cowdray Farm Shop, brimming with fresh local produce, or savour a cup of coffee at the charming café, inviting you to indulge in the village’s vibrant community.

Just a short stroll away, you’ll also find the delightful village shop as well as the White Horse of Easebourne, a cosy country pub serving up hearty meals.


For play or relaxation, Easebourne Park, awarded a design award from the South Downs National Park Authority in 2019, provides the perfect spot for family activities and connecting with the community. 

As the weekend adventures wind down, Easebourne extends its appeal with a great selection of nurseries and state and private schools, including Easebourne C.E Primary School and Conifers School, both catering for primary age children.


The village thrives as a haven for sports enthusiasts, notably home to the renowned Cowdray Park which hosts both the prestigious polo club and the esteemed Cowdray Park Golf Club.

Cowdray Park Polo Club is often described as the Jewel in the Crown of Cowdray, home of the Gold Cup for the British Polo Championship since 1956, while Cowdray Park Golf Club boasts a year-round 18-hole course. Together, they promise a remarkable day of sports and leisure, all within one iconic destination, right on your doorstep.


For a more cosmopolitan flair, you’ll be spoilt for choice in neighbouring Midhurst, where upmarket shops, restaurants and delis ensure there’s something to delight every taste. 

Additionally, the area is home to Midhurst Rother College, rated ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted, providing excellent further education opportunities.

Looking to journey beyond? Nearby Liphook or Haslemere offer convenient access to trains connecting you to London Waterloo within an hour.

With its ideal position in the heart of the village’s vibrant community and within walking distance of exceptional amenities

you’ll feel right at home


The Local Area

Egmont Road, Easebourne, GU29 9BG


Easebourne Village Store, 0.3 miles

Cowdray Lifestyle, 0.4 miles

Cowdray Farm Shop & Café, 0.4 miles

Tesco Express, 0.8 miles

Sainsbury's Local, 1.1 miles


Conifers School, 0.02 miles

Easebourne C.E Primary School, 0.4 miles

Midhurst Rother College, 0.8 miles

The Country Mouse Nursery, 1.2 miles

Midhurst C Of E Primary School, 1.2 miles

Food & Drink

White Horse of Easebourne, 0.3 miles

Lime & Spice, 0.5 miles

Fitzcane's, 0.6 miles

Faustinos Wine & Tapas Bar, 0.7 miles

Kemaelli's, 0.7 miles


Riverbank Medical Centre, 0.5 miles

Midhurst Community Hospital, 0.5 miles

Southdowns Dental Care, 0.7 miles

Midhurst Vets, 0.7 miles

Midhurst Pharmacy, 0.8 miles

Arnolds Opticians, 1.1 miles


Nearest Bus Stop, 0.1 miles

Haslemere Train Station, 8.1 miles

Liphook Train Station, 8 miles


Easebourne Park, 0.3 miles

Cowdray Park Polo Club, 0.4 miles

Cowdray Park Golf Club, 0.6 miles

Cowdray Ruins, 0.7 miles

South Downs Centre, 0.6 miles

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