Beechfield House sits wonderfully centrally in 8 acres of grounds, comprising a walled garden and terrace area, formal lawns and flower beds, informal woodland and grassland with helipad and a small arboretum including some magnificent specimen trees. The splendid trees include a magnificent blue Cedar tree (Cedrus atlantica glauca) on the front lawn, a number of superb examples of the Dawn redwood (Metasequoia glyptostroboides) and the huge giant redwood (Sequoiadendron giganteum) in the small Beechfield House arboretum. 

There is a croquet lawn and on the former tennis lawn football goals are in place for a family kick about.

The kitchen gardens are being developed and improved and now supply herbs, fruit and vegetables to the kitchens all year round.