• → [ Mapledurham Estate ]

  • [Has a number of beautiful cottages available for holidaying throughout the year]
    Mapledurham Estate

  • → [ Folly Farm Centre ]

  • [Set in a 250-acre nature reserve overlooking Chew Valley Lake. The perfect venue for group accommodation and as a filming location. The Centre is equipped with a state-of-the-art purpose-built conference centre. Has easy parking and residential en-suite accommodation for up to 45 people]

  • → [ The Haycock Hotel ]

  • [This historic 17th Century coaching inn set in idyllic surroundings with river frontage set in the picture perfect village of Wansford. It is claimed Mary Queen of Scots stayed at The Haycock on her way to imprisonment and later execution at nearby Fotheringhay Castle; also, that Queen Victoria stayed here]

  • → [ Caerhays Estate Holiday Cottages ]

  • [Three lovely properties available for you to enjoy as luxurious holiday Lets]
    aerhays Estate Holiday Cottages
  • → [ Primrose Cottage ]

  • [Situated in four acres of gardens and ancient woodland on the banks of the River Tamar, located between Dartmoor and Bodmin Moor. There is a woodland walk leading a private track down to the River Tamar where they have fishing rights]
  • → [ Hornacott ]

  • [The River Inny valley is one of Cornwall's best kept secrets. A traditional 18th century traditional Cornish stone farmhouse surrounded by two acres of gardens with glorious trees and secluded areas divided by the stream that winds through it]
  • → [ Landewednack House ]

  • [Luxury Coastal B&B and Fine Dining in a former Georgian rectory steeped in history and heritage and is now is now a listed building]
    Landewednack House
  • → [ Molesworth Manor ]

  • [A licensed guesthouse in a former rectory dating from the early 17th Century. It is situated in an attractive garden, 2 miles from the pretty fishing port of Padstow, and provides comfortable relaxed accommodation with a warm and friendly atmosphere]
    Molesworth Manor
  • → [ Trenderway Farm ]

  • [A beautiful working farm, a short distance from the stunning coastline of South East Cornwall between Polperro and Looe. There is a large group of wonderful buildings, traditional barns and outbuildings converted into delightful accommodation an event space and a meeting room]

  • → [ Mere Court Hotel ]

  • [A fine Country House Hotel standing in 7 acres of gardens and grounds with an ornamental lake. The Hotel boasts 34 luxurious bedrooms including many with Jacuzzi Spa Baths and King Size Beds including 2 Four Posters. The Arboreum Restaurant boasts 1 Rosette with Oak Beams and Crystal Chandeliers offering a traditional setting in superb surroundings for a romantic dinner
  • → [ The Mount ]

  • [A charming Victorian Building set in twelve acres of grounds including a tennis court, a croquet lawn and three acres of mature gardens. Situated just within North Wales between the towns of Chester and Mold and elegantly decorated throughout with three comfortable en suite rooms and with very reasonable room rates]

  • → [ New House Farm ]

  • [Situated in the beautiful Lorton Vale in the North West Corner of the Lake District National Park. The House dates back to 1650 when it was part of Lord Egremont's Cumberland Estate. Period features now discovered include oak beams and rafters, flagged floors and stone open fireplaces]

  • → [ The Cary Court Hotel ]

  • [Offers Stylish bed and breakfast accommodation at one of the few remaining plantation style hotels built over a century ago. situated in the leafy Warberries, a quiet Conservation area. It has balcony, veranda and sun decks overlooking a heated outdoor pool, which is surrounded by south facing sub-tropical gardens]
  • → [ Cranham House ]

  • [Set in 18 acres of bluebell woods and wild flower meadows with uninterrupted, breathtaking views of the Atlantic at the unspoilt, surfing beach of Welcombe Mouth]
  • → [ English Riviera ]

  • [English Riviera provides the ideal location for filming so contact us for help with accommodation and anything else that you may need]
  • → [ Highcliffe House ]

  • [The house, a Victorian gentleman's summer residence, has a commanding position with stunning sea views across North Devon's coastline. The Living rooms and bedrooms are delightful, most of them sharing that amazing sea view, and they have retained their beautiful period detail-Victorian charm]
  • → [ Hillbrow House ]

  • [The house is situated outside the village of Chittlehamholt near the attractive market town of South Molton. It has magnificent views of the Taw Valley and Dartmoor which is about 25 miles away. It is the perfect place to explore not only Exmoor and Dartmoor but also the Devon coast]
  • → [ The Old Rectory ]

  • [An impressive Victorian house located in a stunning setting with extensive beautiful grounds and breathtaking views over the green rolling valley. The 8 room accommodation is traditional with a contemporary twist. Total privacy is assured set behind electric gates and high walls to the village and open to the countryside beyond]

  • → [ Culeaze House ]

  • [luxurious bed and breakfast accommodation with 4 rooms all of which are en suite. Also there is accommodation for 6 at the recently converted 18th Century milking parlor, transformed into an outstanding private holiday cottage which is spacious and fully-equipped. There is ample parking for film and television units]
  • → [ Higher Melcombe Manor ]

  • [A Grade 1 Elizabethan house built around 1570, nestles in its own beautiful valley. It has far reaching views over fields and woodland. There are three sumptuous double rooms and one single, each with its own ambience - from linenfold panelling and fine plaster ceilings, to the new attic rooms on the top floor with the brand new ensuite bathrooms]
  • → [ Old Causeway Bakery ]

  • [A beautiful old house and bakery which retains loads of period and quirky features set in the middle of the beautiful Blackmore Vale in Thomas Hardy country. The Old Bakery Wing is rather special as it is in effect a one bedroom cottage attached to the main house and in addition there are two lovely rooms in the main house]
  • → [ The Old Mill House ]

  • [Built in 1780, in the rope making town of Bridport, West Dorset. It is now run as an inspired, comfortable "Home from Home", Vegetarian, Organic and Holistic B&B just 9 miles from Lyme Regis and only 15 from the Historic town of Dorchester]
  • → [ Whitfield Farm Cottage ]

  • [A working farm for nearly two centuries, it has in recent years been converted into a family home, without losing any of the features or charm to be found in an old dwelling – a large farmhouse kitchen, equipped with an Aga, a beamed sitting room with an inglenook fireplace, and comfortable bedroom]

  • → [ Aylworth Manor ]

  • [This unique 500 year old property situated in the beautiful Gloucestershire countryside provides not only a wonderful location for filming many types of period drama but also perfect camera positions for filming the surrounding beautiful vistas]
  • → [ The Court ]

  • [Bed and breakfast accommodation at an historic 17th century Cotswold home in the stunning Cotswold village of Chipping Campden. Every room at The Court bed & breakfast enjoys original period features, wonderful views across the village or Cotswold countryside and free broadband connectivity]
  • → [ The Great Tythe Barn Bed and Breakfast ]

  • [Newly refurbished 12 ensuite Bed and Breakfast rooms. The perfect, peaceful stopover for mid-week business and tourist travellers who want a country location yet need to be located near to the motorway links of the M4 and M5]
  • → [ Hanover House ]

  • [A Grade II listed Victorian townhouse in the Italian style (1848) located in the exquisite Georgian/Regency town centre of Cheltenham Spa. It is a 5* Gold Bed and Breakfast, listed in Alastair Sawday/Wolsey Lodges and Michelin and recently featured in Channel 4's 'Three in a Bed' and 'Country House Rescue'. Formerly the home of Lady Alice Elgar and Lt Col John Shakespear (a descendant of the Bard's brother) and of 'Charge of the Light Brigade' fame]
  • → [ Willowside House And Farm ]

  • [Recently refurbished to luxurious standards, Willowside is very spacious and offers 3 double sized, en suite bedrooms all with TV, DVD, broadband internet and printing facilities. Additional beds are available. Downstairs there are separate dining and sitting rooms, for quiet relaxation or for business meetings]

  • → [ The Mill House ]

  • [A 16th Century house beside the Mill Dam in Beaulieu providing traditional Bed and Breakfast (B and B) in the centre of the New Forest. With 1 double and 2 twin rooms with en-suite bathrooms. Has a wonderful riverside location and is one of the oldest houses in Beaulieu]

  • → [ Friars Farm Bed and Breakfast ]

  • [A working Arable Farm with a 4 star, Silver award, bed & breakfast based in the farm house. Friars has been home to the Hockley family for 5 generations. The 19th century farm house is set just outside the village of Hatfield Heath with views over farmland in a natural rural setting. It is convenient for Stansted Airport, Harlow and Bishops Stortford]

  • → [ Roundwood Hall Bed & Breakfast ]

  • [Provides 4 Star accommodation in two modern en-suite rooms, within the beautiful North Downs, close to Canterbury, The Channel Tunnel and Dover Ferry Port. This is an ideal location to Film or stay at as it's so close to The Channel Tunnel making it ideal not only for Film Makers in the UK but also for those coming from Europe]

  • → [ The Old Rectory ]

  • [Situated It is in a hamlet, with only a church. Built in 1740, and the main rooms are unchanged, showing all cornices, plasterwork, etc., with a fine oak staircase and original shutters. Fully centrally heated and 2 double rooms, 1 twin all en-suite, and 1 single room with private bathroom; also a sitting room. An hour from Leicester, and 30 minutes from Peterborough via the A1]

  • → [ The Barn Gallery ]

  • [The Barn Gallery, a Grade II Listed former farmhouse dating back to 1580, is a perfect location to film in or to accommodate members of cast and crew whilst filming locally. Set in an acre of landscaped gardens within a conservation area in the heart of an active farming community the house is full of character and retains many original features]
  • → [ Baumber Park ]

  • [An imposing period farmhouse with a split persona - the front is Victorian and of elegant proportions with high ceilings and big bay windows, whilst the back, the original house, dates from about 1680 and is pantiled, with Georgian sash windows, low ceilings, beams and an inglenook fireplace]

  • → [ 41 Cromford Road ]

  • [A beautiful fully restored, 1901 townhouse in South West London. With original features that have been lovingly restored, from Fireplaces, to stripped floors and full height floor to ceiling French doors in the dining area, which is lit by a glass lantern, flooding the space with natural light]

  • → [ Felbrigg Lodge ]

  • [Secluded, intimate luxury bespoke accommodation, scrummy home-cooked food using fresh local fare, private indoor pool - and real space to kick back and breath]
    Felbrigg Lodge
  • → [ Sallowfield Cottage ]

  • [Originally a farm labourer's cottage built around 1845 and located in what was once the ancient Wymondham Abbey Deer Park, is set in the beautiful Norfolk countryside near the old market town of Wymondham. The cottage provides bed and breakfast accommodation for up to 6 people in 3 rooms - two doubles and a twin, all with private bathroom or shower facilities]

  • → [ The Old Manse ]

  • [A luxury five star gold, three en-suite bedroomed bed and breakfast set in its own grounds on the edge of the pretty Northumberland village of Chatton near Alnwick. Winner of many awards including Enjoyengland for Excellence the Old Manse offers first class accommodation. A halcyon experience]
  • → [ Shieldhall ]

  • [A recently converted 18th C farm steading with handcrafted furnishings, original art & antique detail everywhere and was once home to the family of Capability Brown. Standing alone in its ten acres of gardens, an area of outstanding natural beauty and overlooking the National Trust estate of Wallington. Ideally located for many open gardens, grand houses, castles, the coast and the Roman Wall]
  • → [ Thistleyhaugh Farm ]

  • [A traditional Georgian farmhouse which dates back to 1780. It retains much of the charm and many of the historic features found both inside and out. Now an established B&B with five, luxurious, guest rooms, all of which are en-suite and individually designed]

  • → [ Uplands House ]

  • [A a delightful place, situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty. It stands in a beautiful garden amidst a lush parkland, which is planted with ancient majestic trees and hidden away down a long drive. This luxury 5 Star Bed and Breakfast is only about 25 minutes away from Moreton-in-Marsh, Stratford-on-Avon, and Warwick Castle, providing a great base from which to explore and discover the Cotswolds]
  • → [ York House ]

  • [Situated between the beautiful villages of Kingham and Churchill In the Cotswolds. It sits in ten acres of garden and lake and is the epitome of a classic English country home with the beamed part of the house dating from the 18C with modern additions. For bead & breakfast accommodation there are 3 double bedrooms en suite, a twin room with shower room and another double with shared bathroom. All furnishings are traditional and antique]

  • → [ The Citadel ]

  • [Built in 1820s and constructed in local salmon-red sandstone, it is ingeniously designed in the form of three interlinked towers, set to the points of an isosceles triangle, and the crenellations and cross-loops give the house more than a touch of history and romance]
  • → [ Lyth Hill House ]

  • [5 Star Gold Award B & B with an indoor heated swimming pool. It successfully blends the luxury and comfort of a good hotel with the warm, friendly and personal atmosphere achieved in a family home. stands in three quarters of an acre of secluded beautiful gardens with a wealth of interesting features, a huge variety of shrubs and an abundance of wild life]

  • → [ Chalice Hill House ]

  • [This gracious and elegant Georgian manor house is set in its own grounds in the heart of Glastonbury. It is a family house with luxury ensuite bed and breakfast and a wonderful view over the town that is Somerset's legendary, mystical and spiritual centre]
  • → [ The Devonshire Arms ]

  • [A Grade II listed former hunting lodge, set on an idyllic village green. Step inside and you'll find an unexpectedly contemporary style, with an emphasis on quality. There are nine bedrooms, all individually designed in a fresh modern style, each with its own en-suite facilities and wide-screen TV. Outside there is plenty of parking]
  • → [ Edington House ]

  • [One of the most spectacular houses you are likely to stay in. Dating from the mid 1600's, character and history abound. The beautiful drawing room overlooks the lawn and terrace and many of the other rooms retain original panelling along with fascinating alcoves, arches and fine wooden and stone floors. Bedrooms are spacious, comfortable and beautifully furnished]
  • → [ Farndon Thatch ]

  • [A delightful stone thatched cottage dating from the late 15th century, with its beautiful garden and panoramic views from the Quantocks to the Mendips and Glastonbury Tor. Although there are the inevitable later additions, the house still retains much of its original character and feel, with reed thatch, large fireplaces with woodburning stoves, and exposed beams on the ceilings and walls]
  • → [ The Hood Arms ]

  • [A 17th century coaching Inn, situated on the A39 at the foot of the Quantock Hills, close to the spectacular fossil beach at Kilve. The Pub has 12 ensuite bedrooms and there are also some cottage rooms down a cobbled alley way. Stag Lodge is in the courtyard garden with 2 fabulous bedrooms and stylish sitting room]
  • → [ The Lynch Country House ]

  • [This superb Regency house is set in lush countryside on the edge of the delightful medieval market town of Somerton, the ancient capital of Wessex. It is surrounded by an idyllic landscape of lovely woodland and lawned gardens complete with a lake]
  • → [ Westbrook House ]

  • [Set in the peaceful hamlet of West Bradley on the edge of the Mendip Hills and the Somerset Levels. The thee bedrooms are stylish and comfortable and have lovely views of the garden and countryside]

  • → [ Towers above the rest accommodation ]

  • [Provide quality accommodation in the Staffordshire/Derbyshire border area of England. A choice of either a Jacobean farmhouse or a beautifully renovated cottage. Situated on a 170 acre farm lying in the confluence of the Dove and Churnet valleys]

  • → [ Abbey House ]

  • [A listed Victorian Rectory, in an idyllic setting surrounded by ten acres of secluded garden and meadowland. lies hidden amongst the many magnificent old oak, beech and lime trees in the grounds. The light and spacious bedrooms are comfortably furnished and look out onto the garden with its sweeping lawns]
  • → [ Church Farm B&B ]

  • [A beautiful 450 year old oak beamed Suffolk farmhouse with delightful views across the Deben Valley and over to the village church. The house offers a double bedroom with en-suite shower room, whilst upstairs there are two twin bedded rooms and separate bathroom. Evening meals can be arranged]
  • → [ Haughley House ]

  • [Haughley House is a medieval manor house with Georgian additions which retains the country house style of a more leisurely age, offering superb accommodation where you can enjoy delicious food in an historical setting. Ideally situated for visiting Cambridge, Constable country, Lavenham, the Heritage Coast, etc.]
  • → [ Norfolk House B&B ]

  • [An elegant and charming country bed and breakfast with lovely views over the countryside. It overlooks the village church and War Memorial in the heart of the picturesque village of Cheveley near Newmarket in rural Suffolk]

  • → [ Cleavers Lyng ]

  • [A unique grade II listed luxury country house of considerable charm and character dating back to 1577. A 4 star Highly commended AA property, privately owned and operated with 5 en-suite double rooms situated in a quiet country lane, a 5 min walk to Herstmonceux Castle or 2 miles from Herstmonceux Village and benefits from panoramic uninterrupted views over the Pevensey flats]
  • → [ The Cloudesley ]

  • [Award-winning 5 star B&B with spa facilities offering massage, hot stones, reiki, reflexology and shiatsu]
  • → [ Highbridge Mill ]

  • [This water mill was originally built in 1810 then converted into a home approximately 28 years ago; nestling in its own hidden valley of some 7 acres. The source of the river Adur starts and then flows through their beautiful and extensive Gardens and lies within a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty]
  • → [ Lywood House ]

  • [An elegant 14th century timber-framed Sussex Hall House set in 25 tranquil acres of its own grounds. The drawing rooms and bedrooms offer views of the formal gardens with sweeping lawns and paddocks beyond. There is a secluded outdoor swimming pool]
    Lywood House
  • → [ The Manse b&b ]

  • [A character property, originally a Presbyterian Manse built in 1906 in The Arts & Crafts Style. It retains many original features such as oak panelling and stained glass windows. It has three large bedrooms, a big dining room and a lovely sitting room. The house is very close to the centre of Eastbourne. The Seafront, the South Downs Way and the Royal Eastbourne Golf Club are close by. Beachy Head itself is but a short drive away]
  • → [ Old Oaks Bed and Breakfast ]

  • [A beautiful thatched cottage surrounded by extensive secluded woodland grounds. It has landscaped gardens with a terrace overlooking the swimming pool. There are three bright and airy double rooms, each with an en-suite bathroom. Conveniently situated for visits to Goodwood Estates, with events such as the Festival of Speed, Goodwood Revival and Goodwood Racecourse]

  • → [ Walton Wood Farm ]

  • [A stunning, contemporary residence with a "wow" factor centrally located in Warwickshire, set amidst seven acres of pasture and woodland]

  • → [ Fisherman's House ]

  • [A tranquil Georgian riverside home set in the valley of the River Kennet and just two miles from the attractive market town of Marlborough. This is one of the prettiest houses in Wiltshire, with wonderful views down to the river]
  • → [ Ridleys Cheer ]

  • [Luxury accommodation with extensive gardens containing a great many rare and unusual trees and shrubs, the garden has a star in the 2007 Good Gardens Guide. Situated in a Cotswold hamlet just 10 miles northeast of Bath and within easy reach of a great many fine and historic country houses and gardens]

  • → [ Austwick Hall ]

  • [A Luxury Country House Guest Accommodation awarded the coveted Five Stars, Gold Award. It is an historic manor house set in extensive grounds with woodland. An ideal base for access to the breathtaking scenery of the Yorkshire Dales]
  • → [ Cononley Hall ]

  • [Grade 2 listed Georgian house, set in its own large gardens and located in Cononley Village near Skipton. The Settle to Carlisle Railway is nearby, as is Bronte Country, The Worth Valley Railway, and the homes of the Bronte sisters-the village of Haworth]
  • → [ Halsteads Barn ]

  • [Ideally situated for exploring the Yorkshire Dales, Forest of Bowland and the Southern Lakes. Originally a livestock barn and retains many of the original features. It has been sympathetically extended recycling a derelict hay barn from the same farm to provide the most spacious and luxurious guest accommodation in the area]
  • → [ Millgate House ]

  • [Millgate House, which gives little away from its street façade, is an intact Georgian town house, looking out over the valley of the Swale to the waterfalls beyond, with a much acclaimed walled garden and Coach House at the end of the garden. It offers both bed and breakfast accommodation in a splendidly furnished house or self catering accommodation for ten in the Coach House]
  • → [ The Old Manse Hotel ]

  • [A lovely Edwardian house with lots of original features such as original stainglass windows, a large garden and orchard. It offers ten en-suite bedrooms and beautiful living rooms. Situated in the heart of Ryedale, a spectacular part of North Yorkshire]

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  • → [ Gadlys Country House Hotel ]

  • [A family run Hotel, Victorian in style and built around 1897, it has operated as such for over 100 years. The Hotel stands within its own five acres of lawns and landscaped gardens on a prominent hillside position overlooking Cemaes Bay, only a short 10 minute walk down a country lane]

  • → [ Plas Alltyferin ]

  • [A country house on its own 270 acre estate on the banks of the River Cothi, located centrally in West Wales, provides outstanding bed and breakfast accommodation. It has superb views of the Towy Valley nestling within the unspoilt countryside]

  • → [ Hobbyhorse Bed and Breakfast ]

  • [Based at Bettws House, an imposing nineteenth century stone built ex-vicarage on the outskirts of the small village of Betws Ifan (Bettws Evan on English maps!) situated in the rural countryside of West Wales, about four miles inland from the Cardigan Bay coastline at Aberporth]

  • → [ The West Usk Lighthouse ]

  • [A 185 year old, iconic grade 2 listed building. All the rooms are wedge-shaped and there are 8 rooms on each floor. The lantern room has a 360 degree panoramic view of the surrounding areas, and the large roof garden has a hot tub, barbecue facilities and bar area, excellent for parties and small gatherings. There is land surrounding the Lighthouse which makes it ideal as a Unit Base]

  • → [ Bryniau Golau ]

  • [Bryniau Golau is set on a tranquil hillside in Snowdonia National Park overlooking beautiful Bala Lake, with views of the Arenig Mountains. It affords the perfect venue for a restful break, or as a base from which to explor local places of interest]

  • → [ Boulston Manor ]

  • [A beautiful tree lined driveway sweeps its’ way to this Georgian Manor House set on an 400 acre estate. There are three beautifully appointed guest rooms, two doubles and a twin/triple room and The West Wing is a well presented ground floor annexe of the main house]

  • → [ The Forest ]

  • [A grand Victorian country house in 4 acres dating back to before 1709 and recently restored into a 5 star B&B. Along with its 3 self catering cottages it nestles in a narrow valley bordered by a woods and a little river]
  • → [ Gwaenynog B&B ]

  • [A beautiful stone farmhouse in a quiet area with 16 acres of grounds including pasture, woods and marshland. Situated 600 feet above sea level with amazing views including the imposing presence of Moel Bentyrch. There are super king-size (splits into twin) double and four poster rooms - all with en-suites]
  • → [ Hafod-Y-Garreg ]

  • [A grade II* listed medieval farmhouse that was first built as a hunting lodge for King Henry IV. The House dates back to the 1402 and is recognised as the oldest dwelling in Wales. The atmospheric bedrooms have antique fabrics, beautiful bed linen and stylish bathrooms. Have dinner in the beamed candlelit dining room at the 16th century refectory table]
  • → [ Ty'r Chanter Bed and Breakfast ]

  • [A converted barn and farmhouse situated overlooking the Brecon Beacons and the Black Mountains and the River Usk runs below. There are three double bedrooms as well as twin bedded children's rooms all with en suite or private facilities with two sumptuous sitting rooms, both with TV's and there is a children's sitting room]

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