Cowdray and Le Chameau: the perfect fit
Guests staying at Cowdray House can now enjoy stepping out in Le Chameau’s iconic leather-lined Chasseur boots, taking full advantage of the myriad footpaths wending their way across the 16,500-acre, family-owned estate in the South Downs National Park.
It’s a partnership that makes sense given the estate’s fieldsports heritage. In addition to the highly regarded 3,500-acre Cocking Shoot, the estate is also home to Hownhall Shooting – a delightful shooting ground in a woodland setting, offering everything from bespoke tuition to corporate clay days.
Both Cowdray and Le Chameau are environmentally aware brands with a mutual passion and understanding of the countryside. And to celebrate this, they have created walking maps encouraging people to explore the stunning scenery and to be invigorated by fresh, country air.
This autumn, members of the press were invited to see for themselves. They enjoyed a stay in Cowdray House, a truffle hunting experience, a talk by the estate’s deer manager, and a morning of shooting at Hownhall Shooting.