Wisteria Tea Room

Loseley Park



Built in the reign of Elizabeth I, Loseley Park is set in ancient Surrey Parkland close to the North Downs yet within reach of London. Still the home of the More-Molyneux family, it is steeped in history and 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.  Caper & Berry, Loseley Park’s exclusive caterers, are delighted to welcome you to The Wisteria Tea Room where delicious homemade and seasonal treats await you.

We serve everything from light lunches including open sandwiches and homemade soups, to delicious cream teas and other refreshments. All our food is made on the premises using ingredients from local suppliers. We also offer wonderful homemade cakes, along with our locally renowned Caper & Berry chocolate brownies for that ultimate indulgent chocolate treat.

The Wisteria Tea Room is also licensed, and we offer a variety of wines and beers, including ales from the local Hogs Back Brewery, along with a selection of organic présses and fruit juices.

When the weather is fine, we are pleased to extend our offering of refreshments out into the heart of the Walled Garden on the Mulberry Tea Lawn, where you can enjoy our food in beautiful and tranquil surroundings (garden entry prices apply).

For special occasions, why not host your own private afternoon tea, or have lunch in the White Garden Marquee. Tucked away in a lovely secluded spot in the Walled Garden, this is a great opportunity to dine al fresco with family and friends. Hire fees/garden entry prices apply dependent on group size. For further information or to make a reservation Tel: 01483 405119 or email events@loseleypark.co.uk.

Loseley Park will be open to visitors from 1st May 2017.  The House will be open for guided tours until 31st August 2017 and the Walled Gardens, Shop and Wisteria Tea Room until 28th September 2017, Sunday to Thursday including Bank Holiday Mondays.