A CORDIAL WELCOME

Built in the reign of Elizabeth I, Loseley Park stands in ancient Surrey Parkland close to the North Downs yet within reach of London. Still the home of the More-Molyneux family, it is remarkably unchanged since 1562 when Sir William More laid the first stones, and remains, as he intended, a place of calm, grace and subtle beauty.

From the house itself, where the intricate panelling in the Great Hall was once in Henry VIII’s Nonsuch Palace; to the Tithe Barn with its ancient oak beams; to the elegant and restful walled garden, Loseley Park is sought after for civil weddings, corporate events, and as a location for filming. But it’s also a place to visit, to enjoy the grounds, the garden and house and relax in one of England’s friendliest historic homes.

‘Invidiae claudor, pateo sed semper amico’ Shut to envy, but always open to a friend.

Loseley House has been my family’s home for over five hundred years yet, whilst the world has changed; Loseley itself remains reassuringly constant. A place that is welcoming, fascinating and dramatic. It is a pleasure to share this with every visitor.
Michael More-Molyneux

september

24sepAll DaySURREY GAME & COUNTRY FAIR

october

8octAll DayWedding Showcase Open Day

15octAll DayKELLY'S CROSS COUNTRY CHALLENGE in aid of Challengers

november

16nov - 19nov 161:00 amnov 19THE LOSELEY HOUSE CHRISTMAS FAIR

IN THE MEDIA

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Retweeted Sophie Leguil (@SLeguil):

It's all about daisies at the moment in @LoseleyPark...from the first asters, to colourful dahlias, bright marigolds and autumnal rudbeckias t.co/kgnXdjTxg1
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RT @SLeguil It's all about daisies at the moment in @LoseleyPark...from the first asters, to colourful dahlias, bright marigolds and autumnal rudbeckias

RT @SLeguil It's all about daisies at the moment in @LoseleyPark...from the first asters, to colourful dahlias, bright marigolds and autumnal rudbeckias

About 6 hours ago

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