Stoneywell Stables

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Stoneywell

Stoneywell Stables were used as a stable and laundry room for Stoneywell House, built as a summer home by Arts and Crafts architect-designer Ernest Gimson for his brother at Stoneywell in Leicestershire and now owned by the National Trust.

Norman & Underwood were required to refurbish the stables into the National Trust’s new visitor centre at the property. This extensive project needed to be carried out with the utmost sensitivity and to the Trust’s very high standards. This included installing electrical works, IT systems, public toilets, offices, a tea room for visitors and a fully operational kitchen.