The joy of Loseley House is that so little has changed, for the current house is still fundamentally that built in the 16th century. True there have been minor internal alterations – and an entire wing was added in the 17th century and then lost – but to all intents the house you see now would still be familiar to its original occupants.
Home to the More-Molyneux family for 500 years. Sir William More built the house in 1562 at the request of Queen Elizabeth 1 and today it features many works of art including paintings, tapestries and furniture from the 17th century.
Lunches and teas are available at The Mulberry Tea Lawn and the Wisteria Tearoom.
Times and prices are subject to change. Contact venue before setting out.
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