At Sibbertoft Manor all the main rooms have windows overlooking beautifully manicured gardens, with garden tables and chairs, and gazebos where long summer days can be whiled away.

These gardens are home to several extremely rare snowdrop varieties, with one named after the Manor – developed by Lady Beatrix Stanley the then owner, during the early part of the last century.

Lady Beatrix brought many different species of plants to the gardens. Rhododendron trees give a blaze of colour in the springtime. Mature statuesque trees provide shade in the summer. Our sensory garden is a beautiful space with endless pathways full of sounds and scents that never fail to bring a smile to those visiting.

Inside, the Manor has four sitting rooms. Here you can sit back, relax and gaze over the garden and rolling fields. The Manor is not overlooked, leaving the view unspoilt. If you would rather watch something else there are televisions in three of the sittings rooms.

Alternatively, if you would rather get lost in a book, our morning room – also with garden views – is the perfect corner to find solitude. This is also the perfect spot to entertain family or friends who are welcome to visit, anytime.

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The Grounds of Sibbertoft Manor

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