Looking for an adventure fit for a king?
As we come together to commemorate King Charles III Coronation, we’re celebrating all things quintessentially English from across Sussex!
In honour of the coronation, we’re giving four lucky winners the chance to get their hands on some essentially English experiences from across the county so you can make like the nobility, live it up in regal style and make memories that last a lifetime.
Our prizes are full of Sussex charm. From a traditional English country garden with quirky royal connections and a workshop perfecting one of King Charles’ favourite tipples to a theatre trip that hosted Queen Elizabeth II and an extraordinary banqueting/ jousting experience with the King of Loxwood in an enchanted meadow…
This competition ends on Sussex Day, 16 June 2023.
Terms and conditions apply. For full terms and conditions, please click here.
Whilst you’re here, add a bit of Sussex charm to your next trip and celebrate the coronation with us in Sussex! West Sussex is rich in heritage, culture, and sporting pursuits traditionally enjoyed by the royal family, so to mark this momentous occasion we’ve launched four new bespoke itineraries inspired by the Royals. Take a look and try them out for yourself!
To enter, all you have to do is fill out the details in the form below and submit your email address – that’s it! The winners will be chosen at random and will be contacted directly via email. The prizes will be allocated at random.
The Loxwood Joust is a unique, immersive medieval experience. Sit with the King of Loxwood and step back in time to a world where lives were harsh (people lost their heads, literally!) and colourful characters ruled. A fun, captivating and educational day out for all the family which includes jousting, falconry, banqueting, storytellers, music, the children’s’ kingdom and medieval workshops.
Borde Hill is a beautiful Grade II* English Heritage listed garden set within 200 acres of scenic parkland. Immerse yourselves in nature and take a stroll through 2,300 acres of ancient woodland, tranquil garden rooms and a sub-tropical round dell. Wander through romantic Italian gardens and get lost in the beautiful surroundings.
A Grade II listed 1960s building that is a marvel of modernist design. You’ll find a packed cultural calendar offering theatre, performance art, tours, workshops and musical events throughout the year.
Ashling Park Estate is a truly fascinating vineyard in an estate dating back to 1822. The estate’s grand tasting rooms and five luxury lodges, which are all designed by William Hardie of TV’s Amazing Spaces fame, are made from local material including wood sourced from the South Downs National Park.