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Loseley Mansion Loseley flower Garden The White Garden
Loseley today is home to three generations of the More-Molyneux family, who's direct ancestor Sir William More built this fine Elizabethan mansion in 1562-1568. The house was originally designed to entertain Queen EThe Great Halllizabeth I who stayed there on at least three occasions. Other famous visitors include James I and more recently Queen Mary.

The house contains many fine works of art collected by the family over four hundred years, including paintings, tapestries, furniture and a unique carved chalk fire surround. A guided tour of the house is both informative and entertaining.

The GrapevineThe 1,400 acre Loseley estate is farmed by the family and the Jersey Herd founded in 1916 is one of the largest in the UK. The celebrated dairy produce includes cream, ice cream, yoghurt and other specialities.

The 2.5 acre walled garden is based on a design by Gertrude Jekyll and compares favourably with gardens of more national renown. The garden includes an award winning Rose Garden with over 1,000 bushes, a colourful Flower Garden divided by a maze of pathways, a White Garden with fountains and an extensive Herb Garden.
Part of the original moat has been preserved, which was once connected by a secret passage to the cellars.

Loseley Park is situated near Guildford in Surrey off the A3 / B3000.
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Flower Garden in July Loseley Rose Garden Loseley Moat