The many beautiful locations include a boxed garden, sunken amphitheatre and spring ponds.
Folkington Manor is approached from its own Gate Lodge over a 1km gravel drive that leads to the house. A fine stone paved terrace runs along the east facade overlooking a neatly clipped knot garden with flint paths surrounded by trimmed yew hedges, garden ornaments and a bank of spring bulbs.
The main grounds lie principally to the north with sweeping lawns surrounding an ornamental pond with many spring bulbs, specimen trees including cedar, yew, horse chestnut and lime leading out to a large informal area of parkland fringed with semi-mature trees and flanked on the southern side by the gravelled drive.
To the south of the drive are 3 large railed paddocks with parkland trees including pine and chestnut, as well as a grass gallop that extends for approximately 1.5 miles. To the east of the house is a mature wooded garden and a sunken amphitheatre.