Loseley Park

Gardens-Guide.com is the premiere open gardens directory in Britain today.

  • Surrey
  • 01483 304440
  • enquiries@loseleypark.co.uk
(0.0/5)
  • Home
  • Garden's Finder
  • Garden's Detail
Verified

Guildford, Surrey,
Surrey, GU3 1HS

01483 304440

01483 302036

enquiries@loseleypark.co.uk

Listed By
User Image



Opening Days and Hours
Dates/days/times open:

Please check with garden owners or their website to confirm current dates open
Grounds, Walled Garden, Shop, Mulberry Tea Lawn & Wisteria Tea Room
May-September 11am-5pm - Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 
May & August Bank Holidays - 11am - 5pm
* The Whole of Loseley Estate is closed on Fridays and Saturdays

Parties/Coaches: Yes

10+

Group Appointment: Yes

Guided tours of the House only. Groups, by prior arrangement only.

House Open for Viewing: Yes

May-August - 12pm-4pm - Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday/  1pm - 5pm - Sunday
(House closed on Fridays and Saturdays for Weddings)
Bank Holidays - 1pm - 5pm (MON)
Guided Tours (last full tour 45 minutes before close)

National Garden Scheme days: Yes

See website

Best Times of Year to Visit:

June, July.

To see:

Rose Garden.

Admission Prices

Loseley House & Garden Adult £10.00, Child £5.00 (5-16years), Concession £8.50
House, Gardens & Grounds Family ticket £26.00

Garden & Grounds only Adult £5.50, Child £2.75 (5-16years), Concession £5.00

Shop & Wisteria Tea Room only, Free Entry

Friends of Loseley, includes Garden Season Ticket
(Free entry + 1 guest to Gardens during Season and special offers) £30

Pre-booked Groups
House Gardens & Grounds Adult £8.50, Child £4.50 (5-16years)
Gardens & Grounds Adult £4.50, Child £2.50
Guided Garden Tour + £3.50 extra

Our Group Bookings team (for groups of ten or more) will help to make your visit extra-special, but for discounted rates these must be pre-booked. Please telephone 01483-405112 for further information.

Onsite Facilities
Parking: Yes
Shop: Yes
Teas: Yes
Dogs Allowed: No
Lavatories: Yes
Plants for Sale: Yes
Refreshment: Yes
On Lead only: No
Disabled Access: Yes
Lunches: Yes
Picnics: Yes
Special Events: Yes
Other Facilities & Comments:

Only guide dogs allowed. Other dogs on lead in Car Park only. (Picnics in the picnic area by the car park only)

Garden Features & Events

Shop Christmas openings - see website - www.loseleypark.co.uk or contact us for details on 01483-405112
Rose Garden, Herb Garden, Fruit/Flower Garden, White Garden with Fountains, Organic Vegetable Garden. Mulberry trees, ancient wisteria, magnificent vine walk, moat and terrace
Wild Flower Meadow opened in 2006.
TourismSouthEast ExSEllence Award
Runner-Up of Small Visitor Attraction of the Year 2008
Guildford Life with Style Leisure Attraction of the Year 2008/9
2010 Beautiful South Awards for Excellence: Small Visitor Attraction: Silver Award

English Heritage/Visit Scotland Garden Grade:
National Collection:
Nearby Cambridgeshire Hotels, Facilities & Amenities


Hotels & Accommodation:

The Angel Posting House

Restaurants:

Red Lion Inn, Shamley Green

Inns & Pubs:

The Withies The Ship Red Lion Inn, Shamley Green

Villages / Towns / Sightseeing:

Guildford

Description of Garden

The two and a half acre Walled Garden has been carefully restored and includes an award-winning rose garden with over 1,000 old fashioned rose bushes. The herb garden, planted with over 200 herbs (some dating back to ancient times), is divided into 4 separate sections: culinary, medicinal, household and ornamental. Other features include flower and fountain gardens, new organic vegetable garden specialising in companion planting, with an area devoted to producing special seed for the National Seed Library (HDRA), as well as an idyllic moat walk, ancient wisteria, mulberry trees and romantic vine walk.

History Of Garden

The garden is based on a Gertrude Jekyll design, and designed by Serena Smith.

The original two and a half acre walled garden which was laid out formally in the 1500's was partly re-designed by Gertrude Jekyll at the turn of the century. Sadly by the end of the Second World War the garden had become overgrown and neglected, looked after only by the elderly game keeper and butler in their spare time. Since then it has progressed through the years as an Organic Market Garden, providing fruit and vegetables to local villages, as well as supplying Loseley House. Then in 1991, Mike and Sarah More-Molyneux had a dream of re-creating the past and restoring the walled garden to its 16th century glory. After 2 years of planning, work began on the project in 1993.

2018 Garden Season

Over 650 Open Gardens online
NOW compatible with Tablets, Smartphones and Desktop

Please consider a small donation to support Gardens-Guide.com