About Goodwood Estate
Goodwood Estate is a spectacular estate in the heart of West Sussex and home to the world famous Festival of Speed, Goodwood Revival and Qatar Goodwood Festival.
Goodwood’s 12,000 acre estate is home to a 91 room hotel and a 18th century clubhouse that once housed the Duke of Richmond’s hunting hounds. The most recent addition to the estate is Hound Lodge, a luxurious 10-bedroom country retreat with its own butler and private chef.
At the heart of the Estate sits Goodwood House, set in picturesque parkland and home to the Duke and his family.
Goodwood Estate also includes a Racecourse and a Motor Circuit – both of which are busy all year round, with 19 days of horse racing from May to October and various track days and driving experiences at the circuit open to all.
Within the Motor Circuit is Goodwood Aerodrome, a historic airfield that was used extensively during WWII when it was known as RAF Westhampnett. Several historic aircraft continue to be housed at the Aerodrome, including two Spitfires and a Harvard.