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The garden centre is quite nice, well stocked with plants and dry goods, the restaurant is not bad either, not got a massive selection, but what they do is very nice and reasonable. It also has an aquatics section and again prices were reasonable.all staff...More
We visited the estate recently and there was lots for everyone to do, suitable for young children too. Tea rooms, watching the ducks on the lake, visiting the church onsite - all provided very interesting distractions for a lovely weather day. The church onsite has...More
Staunton Harold is a wee gem, it has so much to do and see, the house was until recently a care home but it has been bought privately and is now back to it's former glory as a private residence, you may still visit the...More
This estates is fairly close to our village, it takes about 10 mins to get here.
It is a beautiful place to wander around whether winter,spring or summer, whether warm or on a cold day, there is so much to see.
The house is beautiful,...More
The grand house at the centre of this estate nearly disappeared following the Second World War after it had been trashed by Italian prisoners of war. Threatened with demolition it was rescued by Leonard Cheshire and later his wife Sue Ryder ran it as a...More
Staunton Harold Estate must be one of the most pleasant venues this country has to offer. One of its greatest charms is that it is not over commercialised. There is no theme park, animal kingdom or other ugly commercial enterprise to mar its natural beauty....More
This is the most amazing secluded areas in North West Leicestershire,it has everthing. Parking, great areas to have a wander or better still take your beloved dog with you, they will love it.
Once parked you walk by the garden centre which is a great...More