• Main House
  • Grounds and sheep
  • Open window and gardens
  • Fog over grounds


The Gardens at Stapleford reflect the many qualities one would expect of England's finest gardens. Wayne Whitting, Stapleford's Head Gardener, takes great pride in presenting and maintaining Stapleford's exceptionally beautiful gardens.


The Historic Walled Garden

One of several formal walled gardens which blends so well with the extensive, informal and natural gardens all set within Stapleford's magnificent woodlands. To stroll through these beautifully maintained and peaceful grounds is to experience a perfect natural pleasure.

Church of St Mary Magdalene

Although no longer in regular use, the Church of St Mary Magdalene graces the gardens of Stapleford. Built in 1783 for the Earl of Harborough, the Church retains all its original features, magnificent monuments and delightful west gallery containing a fireplace for the Earl.