Lordington Park Residential Care and Convalescent Home for the elderly is nestled in the picturesque landscapes of the South Downs situated near to the city of Chichester.
For our residents who wish to get out for a breath of fresh air or have a day out with visiting relatives, there are plenty of delightful local attractions within close proximity or a short drive from Lordington Park.
Just down the road from Lordington Park lies the picturesque Lordington Lavender Fields. Established in 2002 as part of a diversification program and as an alternative to dairy farming, the crop is grown with conservation of habitat and the environment very much in mind. A haven for wildlife, Lordington Lavender Fields has at least 12 red listed species of birds including skylarks and barn owls.
Uppark House and Gardens is a local landmark and often described as a gem on the South Downs. Rescued after a major fire in 1989, Uppark houses an elegant Georgian interior with a famous Grand Tour collection. An 18th-century dolls' house with original contents, is one of the highlights.
The basement of the house contains the complete servants' quarters as they were in Victorian days when H. G. Wells' mother was housekeeper.
The beautiful and peaceful garden is inspired by Capability Brown and Humphry Repton.
Pavilion Tea Rooms
Hidden within 1,800 acres of ancient woodland on the Hampshire and West Sussex border and 10 minutes from Lordington Park are The Pavilion Tea Rooms. The Pavilion is situated in the restored Fig House of Stansted Park, nestled in the corner of the Walled Garden and has a stunning backdrop of the parks arboretum.
The Pavilion is a truly blissful location to meet with friends, whether inside with its light and airy atmosphere or outside where you are sheltered by the high brick walls.
A 15 minute drive through picturesque countryside from Lordington Park lays Bosham. Considered prime mooring in Chichester Harbour, Bosham is one of the finest sheltered stretches of water in the country.
A visit to Bosham is a must with its delightful lanes, friendly shops, eating places and historic church.
Popular with sailors, artists, naturalists and walkers, Emsworth’s attractive streets are lined with a mixture of architectural styles and high walled gardens. A walk around the town gives a genuine feel for the past, with exceptional harbour views.
Just a 10 minute drive from Lordington Park, you can experience Emsworth’s long history connected with oyster fishing and boat building and still boasts traditional shipwrights and chandleries.
Blending old and new, Chichester offers an enticing mix of; designer label boutiques, high street shopping, renowned art galleries, stylish restaurants and contemporary cafes. The City Centre is 15 minutes from Lordington Park and features Chichester Cathedral a must-see for all visitors. The City of Chichester, shaped by its unique heritage, is made for exploring.