Haddonstone has an excellent library, the library is a useful resource when researching a house or other building for a live project. Access to the Haddonstone library is normally only possible for Haddonstone employees although there are plans to open the library to those wishing to undertake academic research of architects and designers such as Piranesi, James Gibbs, Gertrude Jekyll and Batty Langley.
The Haddonstone library has also provided inspiration for new garden ornament architectural designs. Books in the Haddonstone library date from the early eighteenth century to the present and is constantly expanding. Notable early books in the library are by the likes of Piranesi, James Gibbs, Gertrude Jekyll and Batty Langley, the library also contains a book published by Haddonstone. Titled “Artificial Stone – a successful substitute for natural stone?”