Within Haulfryn House gardens are a hard tennis court, croquet lawn and badminton net. Barbecue equipment is available for guest use, either on the sun patio, in the South Gardens, or the village side gardens. The gardens themselves are a delight to wander through, with many a secluded spot for contemplation, or perfect for hide and seek for the children. Please view our garden photo galleries to get a true feel for their nature and extent (link).

The gardens contain an exotic sub-tropical flora unique to the UK mainland, and have as such been recognized by the European Palm Society as a unique floral treasure. To those interested the range of exotic and rare flora at Haulfryn includes Trachycarpus fortunei, Chamaerops humilis (some of the biggest in Britain), Echium piniana, Cordyline banksii ‚Purpurea`, Cordyline australis, Cordyline australis ‚Albertii.‘, Acacia verticillata, Grevillea juniperina, Melianthus major, Sophora microphylla, Nerium oleander, Pelagonium sp., Agave americana, Oscularia caulescens, Osteospermum ‚Nairobi Purple‘ (syn. ‚Tresco Purple‘), Carpobrotus edulis, Carpobrotus acinaciformis, Lampranthus aureas, Sedum dendroideum, Euphorbia mellifera, Drimys winteri, Crinodendron hookerianum, Leptospermum lanigerum.