ReardonSmith were approached to review the setting of the existing Goodwood hotel within the 12,500 acre estate, to improve the operational and servicing requirements of the hotel and improve the visitor experience to better connect with the history, spirit and character of ‘Glorious Goodwood’ and the wider estate.

ReardonSmith Landscape have undertaken initial feasibility and concept studies to propose an improved landscape setting in keeping with the estate historical character by creating a new vista to Goodwood House framed by blocks of new woodland, remodelling the golf course to allow the historic walled kitchen gardens to be re introduced, which historically provided flowers for Goodwood House.

The new restaurant ‘Farmer, Butcher, Chef’ will create a new focus on the organic credentials of the working farm, and plans to introduce a new farm shop with cafe gardens will further revitalise the site and improve the visitor experience.

Client / Architect Goodwood Estate / ReardonSmith Archtects
Project Status Feasibility Stage to Concept Design

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