Shandy Hall gardens are part of the history of Shandy Hall. Laurence Sterne was a keen gardener and even grew nectarines.
Today's two acre garden has a number of different parts: the front garden, which has beautiful box-edged beds and is similar to early illustrations of the house; the square garden is a cottage garden with sundial, roses and cottage garden perennials; a walled apple orchard; and a woodland in a former stone quarry managed for wildlife.
Gravel car park. The gardens are wheelchair accessible but the woodland quarry garden only with assistance.
Outdoor toilet on site.