The Victorian house has gone but much of Sir Geoerge Staunton's garden survives. Staunton was a horticulturalist and an orientalist. There is a terrace, a shell house, lakes, a Chinese bridge, a crinkle crankle wall, ornamental farm, maze and a very large nineteenth century greenhouse. The Oval Garden displays plants typical of the Regency period in teardrop shaped beds. The Sensory Garden was created in 2002 with aromatic herbs, grasses, tactile plants and wind chimes.