Loseley Park is a historic house with gardens between Guildford and Godalming in Surrey.
This historic home is an Elizabethan country manor house built in the 16th century with a wing added in the 17th century. Often visited by royalty, the house has been owned by the More-Molyneux family since being built. The grandiose interiors include wood panelled rooms with intricate carving, an elaborately carved chalk fireplace, ornate plasterwork ceilings and wonderful collections of art and furniture. The artwork includes portraits of royalty and all the family members. The house is viewed by guided tour.
There are also 2.5 acres of walled garden to view divided into rooms. The rooms include a flower garden with annuals, herbaceous plants and shrubs, the white garden, a rose garden plus a herb garden and an organic vegetable garden. There are also a further 100 acres of grounds, which include a wildflower meadow just outside the walled garden.
- Car park.
- Gift shop.
- The Wisteria Tearoom serves soup, cakes and cream teas.
Ticket Prices (House, Garden & Grounds) : Adults £10, Children (5-16) £5, Concessions £8.50. Prices correct as at July 2017.
Opening hours: Please check Loseley Park website for opening times.
Before you start your journey to Loseley Park for your day out, we recommend that you check their website or contact them to confirm opening times and admission prices.