The house was one of the first stately homes to be open to the public and its been home to the More-Molyneaux family for 500 years.
It has a phenomenal garden which covers 2.5 acres and is divided into ‘rooms’, each of which has its own personality.
We had sat in the sunshine eating Loseley ice-cream before visiting a magnificent walled garden. It was beautifully laid out with roses, flowers and herbs. Ancient Wisteria covered an entire wall and nearby was a Mulberry tree reputed to have been planted by Queen Elizabeth I.
There were over a thousand old English rose bushes in the rose garden, perfectly framed with low and precisely clipped box hedges. The flower garden contained a fiery display of reds, oranges, yellows and blues.