Mews Gin is based within a short walk of West Horsley Place, a house of exceptional architectural and historic significance. There has been a manor house on the Estate since soon after the Norman Conquest, but the core of the present house is a 15th-century oak-beamed residence which had originally a central double-height hall.
The house has been used as location for TV and films (including Ghosts and Vanity Fair) and is now owned by the West Horsley Place Trust (formerly the Mary Roxburghe Trust).
Mews Gin is pleased to have been able to form a unique partnership with West Horsley Place to produce Damson and Sloe gins. The damsons and sloes are all picked by hand from within the 17th Century walled gardens or within the 380 acre estate, infused in Mews Gin for a minimum of six months before filtering, bottling and labelling.
Bottles of West Horsley Place Damson and Sloe Gins are available on the Order page
West Horsley Place Damson Gin
West Horsley Place Sloe Gin