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Stapleford Hall has a 17th-century deer park landscaped in the 18th century and later modified by Lancelot Brown, which at its most extensive was 325 hectares. The gardens immediate to the hall contain several walled gardens, lawns and ornamental borders. Stapleford Hall is now used as a hotel and country retreat.
Belvoir Castle has partially reconstructed and restored gardens, originally laid out by the 5th Duchess of Rutland in 1799. The individual gardens were much influenced by Italian terraced gardens, which the Duchess observed on her Grand Tour.