Losely is still owned by the family that built it in the reign of Henry VIII. There are wonderful things from that time inside - panelling and painted canvas panels that are said to have come from Nonsuch Palace and Henry VIII's tent at the Field of Cloth of Gold respectively. The family is still in residence, so there are guided tours with charming and knowledgeable guides, who take groups around the ancient rooms, full of wonderful tapestries and furniture and anecdotes.
There's a very nice cafe, and the walled gardens are glorious. When we were there, there was an exhibition of African sculpture in the gardens, which was fascinating. Plants are also for sale - although sadly the famous Loseley dairy herd is no more, and the equally famous (and expensive!) Loseley icecream and yoghurt is now produced elsewhere. There's a programme of events throughout the year at Loseley House - vintage car rallies, agricultural exhibitions and displays, open-air concerts - check online and see what takes your fancy. The place is most definitely worth finding and visiting!
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