The formal gardens are to the south of the house and are linked to the park by a canal.
Wander around the Golden Garden with its yellow, orange and red flowering plants.
The Rose Garden is inspired by the 16th ceiling in the Tapestry Room and is planted with David Austen roses including Maid Marion, Rosa Mundi, Sir John Betjeman and Gertrude Jekyll.
Other features include The Parterre designed by David Hicks and the Long Borders.
Don’t miss the White Garden, dedicated to the memory of Robert Brudenell’s parents.
The gardens are open on a few afternoons a week from April until September – check the website for details
Historic Houses members visit for free.