The House stands in a lovely 4-acre garden with Morland beck flowing though it. The garden has wide lawns at the front, bordered by yew walks and a long flower border. The old kitchen garden now contains two small lawns and roses. There is a croquet lawn in summer for the competitive-minded!
A flight of steps or a sloping path leads you down a small cliff to the beck, where two bridges or a set of stepping stones take you across to the Quarry Garden and the Orchard.
Around every corner a delightful view awaits, and benches are placed strategically around the garden so that visitors can sit and enjoy the sights, sounds and scents around them. The garden is open daily to patrons of Morland Café and members of the Historic Houses Association, but around the side of the house, to the sunny south of the building, guests will find the Old Rose Garden (now very few roses!) for their private and quiet enjoyment.
The garden is on several levels, which adds greatly to its interest but steps and paths can be slippery and uneven. Guests are requested to take care. Children should be supervised at all times in the garden.