Surrounded by 500 acres of Capability Brown landscaped parkland Stapleford Park is England's finest Country House Hotel & Sporting Estate and has looked after guests for over 400 years.
The experience at Stapleford Park is unlike any other whether it is in the individually decorated bedrooms created by designers from companies as varied as Land Rover, Turnbull & Asser and Mulberry or one of the two separate cottages for that private getaway. Add to this the varied facilities of the sporting estate: including shooting, archery, falconry, tennis, 22m swimming pool, 18 hole links designed golf course and a state of the art spa and techno-gym on the estate, with off-road driving, horseriding and polo available near by.
on site facilitiesArchery, Fishing, Leisure/Health Club, Golf, Heli-Pad, Jacuzzi, Marquee Space, Sauna, Snooker/Pool, Spa, Steam Room, Swimming Pool, Tennis/Squash, Walking, Wedding Licence, Ballroom, Beauty Facilities, Business Centre, Clay Pigeon Shooting, Creche, Croquet, Golf - 18 Hole, Hunting, Lake, Lawns, Putting Green, Swimming Pool - Indoor
off site facilitiesHorse Riding
equipmentFax, Photocopier, Internet Connection Cable, Wi-Fi, Overhead Projector, Video, White Board, Flipcharts, Autocue, Lectern, PA System, Back Projection Kit, Computer Equipment, Sound Equipment, Video Recording, Video Conferencing, Video Camera, LCD/Data Projector, Typing Services
restaurantsGrinling Gibbons Dining Room, Pavilion Brasserie
- 75 Onsite Car parking spaces available at Free Per Day
contact detailsWebsite: www.staplefordpark.com
The best road from London is the A1:
Take it north towards Grantham (approximately 90 miles). At the Colsterworth roundabout, turn left on the B676 sign posted Melton Mowbray.
Drive about 9 miles though the village of Saxby, then turn left at the signpost into Stapleford.
You may of course wish to travel on the M1 south:
Take junction 21A, sign posted A46 Leicester and Newark, and on to the A607 Melton Mowbray.
Follow the M25 past the M1 to the A1 north. See above
FROM THE NORTH
M1 – Travelling down from the north leave M1 at junction 24, through Kegworth on the A6 then following A6006 to Melton Mowbray.
- M1 JCT 21A (19.5 miles)
- M1 JCT 21 (19.9 miles)
- M1 JCT 23 (19.9 miles)
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