The Haddon Lake House project, both the contemporary self-build, and the restoration of the Victorian gardens, has been featured in the media. This publicity is seen as an opportunity to spread information on the ‘green build’ agenda, and also to promote the importance of preserving historic gardens for future generations.

Many of the visitors who come to see the gardens, do so having seen information in either newspapers or magazines, including The English Garden; Homes & Gardens; Country Living; Selfbuild & Design, and the RHS Journal 'The Garden'.

Wonderfully atmospheric photographs of the gardens by Jerry Harpur were featured in a book 'Dream Gardens of England', published in 2010 by Merrell.

Further major publications, featuring rich images and informative detail on the restored garden, include 'Exploring Britain's Country Gardens' published 2012 by AA Publishing.

2015 saw the publication of 'Garden Design — A Book of Ideas' by Marianne Majerus and Heidi Howcroft, a manual showcasing the award winning photographs of Marianne some of which were taken on site at Haddon Lake House.

July 2008 the gardens were filmed over two days for a Channel 5 programme, 'I Own Britain's Best Home & Garden', presented by Laurence Llewellyn Bowen.

More recently the house and garden were again featured on television. Clips for the Channel 4 series 'Building the Dream', presented by architect Charlie Luxton, were filmed in 2016 and broadcast in June of that year.

August 2021 saw the house and garden filmed for the Channel 4 series ‘George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces’. The programme was broadcast in February 2022.