Being a member of the Historic House Association I am fortunate enough to get in free, but I would still pay to see this architectural gem and delightful garden. The house is lovely and you are guided round the house viewing the Great Hall and other interesting rooms, upstairs and down. The guide was very knowledgeable, making the tour an enjoyable 45 minutes.(I maybe would have liked to see more rooms if that is possible, and a little less information regarding the paintings as nearly every painting was described!)
Outside though, the walled garden was immaculate, and so relaxing to walk round, and there are many benches to rest upon and take in the beautiful shrubs and flowers.
The cafe is simple and does not offer much variety in the way of food, but when you do get a drink and a slice of cake, don't sit in the small forecourt but head pass the pay kiosk, through the wall and take a seat in the lovely garden, much more relaxing!
On, and don't forget to buy a tub of Loseley ice cream from the shop - it's not made on site anymore, indeed the cows now reside in Wales, but the 'Eton Mess', 'Treacle Toffee', and 'Honey and Stem Ginger' were all very scrummy.
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