The designer of Ston Easton Park is not known, though certain features are reminiscent
of the work of William Kent, the architect and landscape
gardener who helped revive the
Palladian movement in England in the early 18th century. Kent however died long before
work on Ston Easton Park was completed. John Wood the younger, who along with his
father built many of Bath's famous
crescents and buildings, has also been suggested.
The interior plaster work is believed to be by one of the three Paty brothers - the Eagle
of Jupiter in the ceiling of the saloon is similar to the eagle in the ceiling of the main
reception room in Bristol's Royal Fort House, which was the work of Thomas Paty.