Loseley House is situated only a short distance from London in acres of rolling parkland with views that have changed very little in 500 years. The house is a fine example of Elizabethan architecture featuring many fine works of art. Loseley was built as a family home and it still remains so.
Hospitality is a family tradition and we take pride in opening our estate, house and gardens to visitors as well as for weddings, corporate events, country fairs and artisan shows.
The guided tours of Loseley House cover a multitude of fascinating artefacts, including many fine works of art, panelling from Henry VIII’s Nonsuch Palace, the magnificent chalk fireplace, and our Walled Garden that surprises and delights the visitor.
Loseley House: 1 May to 31 July 2019.
Monday – Thursday: 12pm – 4pm (last tour 1 hour before close).
Sundays: 1pm – 5pm (last tour 1 hour before close).
No pre-booking necessary.
Grounds, Walled Garden, Shop & Mulberry Tea Lawn: 1 May – 31 July 2019.
Sunday – Thursday: 11am – 5pm.
The Estate is closed to the public on Fridays and Saturdays. Loseley House and Walled garden are open Sunday to Thursday during the open season (including Bank Hols). No pre-booking necessary except for Groups of 10+.
South of Guildford and 10 minutes from the A3 junction.
For those travelling by public transprot, the nearest main station is at Guildford around three miles away and a taxi from there will take you direct to Loselely Park.
Alternatively, you can catch 42, 70, 71 and 72 buses from Guildford Bus Station, which will take you to the end of the Loseley drive – it’s then a pleasant but uneven walk of a little over a mile to Loseley House.
Historic Houses members visit for free.
House, Garden and Grounds: Adult £10.50, Child: £5.50, Concession: £9.50
Garden, Grounds and Mulberry tea lawn: Adult £7.50, Child £4.00, Concession: £6.50
- Wheelchair ramps/routes
- Access statement available
- Accessible toilets
- Guide dogs welcome
- Accessible parking
We accept group bookings for more that 10 people.
To make sure your visit runs smoothly, our Groups Coordinator will help you plan your visit, arrange for you to be met on arrival and be on hand to help throughout your time with us.
To arrange a Group visit simply call 01483 405112 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
daughters of the house secretly married John Donne (the metaphysical poet who later became the Dean of St Paul's).
Every aspect of Loseley Park is tailor-made to make your day special. Whether you want an intimate or a grand celebration, Loseley Park has the unique character from which beautiful memories are made.
When you hold your marriage celebrations here, Loseley House and Gardens are yours to enjoy, from the elegant drawing room for small gatherings, to the jewel of the house - the panelled Great Hall, a magnificent backdrop for larger ceremonies.
The 17th century Tithe Barn is perfect for sunny summer receptions when guests can enjoy the lovely terrace or winter candlelit celebrations when a warm and friendly atmosphere prevails.
We absolutely loved getting married at Loseley, it is such a special place and the whole team are fantastic. We would recommend it to anyone looking for a stunning venue and stress free planning experience…!
Loseley Park was everything we could have wanted and more for our wedding venue – the beautiful House, the stunning gardens and breathtaking scenery were the perfect backdrop for the happiest day of our lives. Everything was even more perfect than we could ever have hoped for…
Our gardens are the perfect backdrop for your wedding photos.
The Great Hall
The stunning paneled Great Hall is licensed for civil ceremonies.
The Tithe Barn
Our 17th century Tithe Barn is perfect for smaller ceremonies and traditional wedding breakfasts.
Whatever event or celebration you are planning, whether its a small intimate gathering or a large bustling crowd we have some unique and versatile spaces which can be tailored to meet your requirements.
The charm and flexibility of the 17th century Tithe Barn is ideal for a host of different events; conferences, corporate dinners and parties as well as family celebrations and special occasions. The Walled Garden is a delight from spring to the end of the summer and eminently suitable for reception drinks or a lunch or tea I the White Garden marquee. The charming timber Chestnut Lodge can accommodate small meetings, seminars and training sessions. The extensive grounds and outdoor facilities including a 4x4 course, give scope for a wide range of different activities.
I just wanted to say thank you for Sunday and your team's efforts on the day. Your team was very helpful, friendly and attentive. Thanks also for arranging entry into the Walled Garden. Those of my colleagues who visited the gardens raved about them! The layout using the Tithe Barn and the surrounding lawns and outside space worked very well. Very good location and facilities.