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Loseley Park, Guildford, Surrey

Loseley Park

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Set in the rolling North Downs overlooking magnificent parklands, Loseley Park has been in the same family for over 500 years. Built by Sir William More in 1562 at the request of Queen Elizabeth I, it retains the warmth and welcome of a family home with three generations of the More Molyneux family living there today. The house is a fine example of Elizabethan architecture featuring many fine works of art.

Based on a Gertrude Jekyll design, the restored Walled Garden contains five beautiful differently themed ‘rooms’ and is often compared by visitors to gardens of national renown. A variety of gifts, plants and Loseley produce are on sale in the plant sales area and the gift shop, and guests can enjoy light lunches and teas in the Courtyard Tea Rooms.

Details of corporate and private hire of our meeting facilities and our many special events can be found on our website

Opening Times
Grounds, Walled garden, Gift Shop, Tea Room: May - September, Tuesday - Sunday, Bank Holiday Mondays 11am - 5pm

Loseley House : May - August Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Sunday 1pm - 5.00pm; Bank Holiday Mondays 1pm - 5.00pm


Catering: Light lunches, cream teas and other refreshments available in our Wisteria Restaurant and Mulberry Tea Lawn (closed friday and saturday)

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The Guildhall (0.19 miles)

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Guildford Museum (0.37 miles)

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