The large walled garden has recently been restored and is planted up with fruit and vegetables that provide produce to the nearby Waterwheel Café. A range of Mackenzie and Moncur glasshouses still survives and is in use, as does a small fruit room. The back-sheds also provide historical interest.
The one acre walled kitchen garden is in the process of being restored by a small but enthusiastic team of volunteers. The aim is to grow as many Cambridgeshire varieties of fruit as possible. Additions over recent years include an apple tunnel running the complete length of the garden, a large area devoted to soft fruit and a herb garden.
A half acre, two bay walled garden, with the southern extent terraced and the boundary wall retaining. Former Rectory kitchen garden, herbarium, orchard and fruit terrace originally belonging to Glastonbury Abbey, then passing into the hands of the Horner then Asquith families following the dissolution of the monasteries. Adjacent to the 13th Century Tithe Barn.