The garden was also drawn up by Ernest Barnsley as he was designing the house and it is still his layout which survives in the garden today, with terrace, topiary, leisure garden, herbaceous borders and walled garden.
There is a strong architectural style close to the house, which gradually gives way to less formality and open farmland as one moves away from
the house. Interest continues all year round with snowdrops, spring bulbs, roses and herbaceous planting. Emphasis is placed on looking after the birds and butterflies in the garden and they are much in evidence when you visit (weather permitting).
There is much in the way of hedging and some humorous new topiary in different parts of the garden.
There are roses in abundance flowering through the summer and lots of pots and tubs in different parts of the garden.