SU 934-210 Sussex England
Lodsworth Castle is apparently a small 13th century earthwork motte but the position of a bailey has been lost. After temporary occupation, the motte was heightened and a light palisade may have encased the top. Impressions of cross trees were also found in the centre, inconclusive finds suggest, that this is a late 17th or early 18th century windmill base. Very little is known about the site and with the dense cover of trees, it's best viewed in winter. 4 miles west is Cowdray House and 4 miles east is Petworth House.
Lodsworth Castle is located north of Selham, on the east bank of the River Rother. 17 miles north-east of Chichester, on the A286-A272.
The site is is visible from the road.
Car parking is by the side of the road.