LOCATION SERVICES - CORNWALL
UNIT BASE  
FILM MOVIE TV LOCATIONS
BUILDINGS & ARCHITECTURE
  • → [ The Duchy of Cornwall Estate ]

  • [Steeped in history and, as such, offers film-makers ancient tin and copper mines, villages, period buildings, inns, farmlands, scenic woodland, moorland, spectacular coastlines, long golden beaches, sheltered anchorages, coves, lush Cornish country side and more]
    The Duchy of Cornwall Estate

    CASTLES
  • → [ Caerhays Castle & Estate ]

  • [An English Heritage Grade 1 Listed Building completed in 1810 with surrounding parkland and woodland gardens]
    Caerhays Castle & Estate

    CELLARS & ATTICS
  • → [ Pencalenick House ]

  • [This house is a remarkable example of contemporary and ecologically sound architecture with a sleek and contemporary kitchen space, with an Aga in the centre, behind which lies an extensive wine cellar]
    Pencalenick House

    CHURCHES, TEMPLES & RELIGIOUS BUILDINGS
  • → [ Alverton Manor Hotel ]

  • [This former Victorian nunnery has a wealth of period details including a Great Hall, which could easily be dressed as a vaulted church]
    Alverton Manor Hotel
  • → [ Landewednack House ]

  • [The house was built in 1683, a former Georgian rectory steeped in history and heritage and is now is now a listed building]
    Landewednack House
  • → [ Maker Church at Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park ]

  • [The surrounding country park has within it 55 listed buildings and heritage sites including Maker Church. First mentioned in 1186, enlarged in the 15th century. The family church of the Edgcumbes]
    Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park
  • → [ Milton's Temple at Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park ]

  • [The surrounding country park has within it 55 listed buildings and heritage sites including Milton's Temple. 1755 - a circular Ionic temple, with a plaque inscribed with lines from the poem Paradise Lost, "overhead up grew, Insuperable heights of loftiest shade....." John Milton, (1608 - 1674]
    Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park
  • → [ Rame Churchat at Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park ]

  • [The surrounding country park has within it 55 listed buildings and heritage sites including Rame Church. Rebuilt from a Norman church in 1239, and enlarged in the 15th century]
    Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park
  • → [ St. Julian's Well at Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park ]

  • [The surrounding country park has within it 55 listed buildings and heritage sites including St. Julian's Well. A tiny 15th century chapel and holy well, restored c.1890]
    Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park
  • → [ St. Michael's Chapel at Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park ]

  • [The surrounding country park has within it 55 listed buildings and heritage sites including St. Michael's Chapel. 14th century - A chapel and simple lighthouse, with a beacon site nearby. Across the neck of the headland are the earthworks of an Iron Age fort]
    Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park
  • → [ Truro School ]

  • [Situated on the hill overlooking the City and 19th century Truro Cathedral, the main School building was established in 1882 and in 1928 the Prince of Wales (later to become King Edward VIII) laid the foundation stone of the school chapel]

    CITIES, TOWNS & VILLAGES
  • → [ Chapel House ]

  • [Situated in the town of Penzance a beautiful part of Cornwall near to Poldark Country, Chapel House provides the perfect location for many types of Drama both Period and Contemporary]
  • → [ Landewednack House ]

  • [The house was built in 1683, a former Georgian rectory steeped in history and heritage and is now is now a listed building]
    Landewednack House
  • → [ The Shire Hall ]

  • [Built in 1837 as the County Assizes (county court)]

    COUNTRY HOUSES - MANOR HOUSES - STATELY HOMES
  • → [ Alverton Manor Hotel ]

  • [Quintessentially English, this former Victorian nunnery has 33 bedrooms with a wealth of period details]
    Alverton Manor Hotel
  • → [ Chapel House ]

  • [Situated in the town of Penzance a beautiful part of Cornwall near to Poldark Country, Chapel House provides the perfect location for many types of Drama both Period and Contemporary]
  • → [ Commonwood Manor ]

  • [The 19th-century house presents a stunning, late Victorian Italian villa style exterior. The fine proportions of the exterior are complemented by elegant interiors offering spacious, generously appointed rooms]
  • → [ The Duchy of Cornwall Estate ]

  • [Steeped in history and, as such, offers film-makers, and all who visit her, unique locations]
    The Duchy of Cornwall Estate
  • → [ Great Treverran House ]

  • [Queen Ann house featured in Daphne du Maurier's "House on the Strand". Highly suitable location for Period Drama it is a beautiful location for Stills and Fashion Shoots. Situated as it is in this extremely popular region with film makers, it would also make the perfect Unit Base when filming in the area]
  • → [ Killiow House And Estate ]

  • [Listed mansion house in tranquil setting with mature trees, lakes and indigenous wildlife offers an opportunity to re-create days gone by for costume dramas]
    Killiow House And Estate
  • → [ Molesworth Manor ]

  • [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. The architecture provides a lot of period features which would look good when filming as a rectory location or as a country house]
    Molesworth Manor
  • → [ Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park ]

  • [Originaly built in the mid 1500s as the home of the Earls of Mount Edgcumbe and was built to take advantage of the wonderful situation and views. It is set in 865 acres of country park and formal gardens. The house is now beautifully restored to the 18th century style, in keeping with the furniture and family treasures it holds, all of which have family connections]
    Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park
  • → [ Prideaux Place ]

  • [Stunningly beautiful Elizabethan manor house with a wealth of Strawberry Hill Gothic interiors with Victorian Formal garden, extensive grounds and a deer park]
    Prideaux Place
  • → [ Tredudwell Manor ]

  • [A charming Queen Anne country manor house, set in its own peaceful garden and woodlands with stunning rural views stretching out to Cornwall's heritage coastline]
  • → [ Treharrock Manor ]

  • [A Georgian house built in 1815 in an elegant and spacious style, is set in 15 acres of its own grounds amongst farmland about 2 miles inland from the historic fishing village of Port Isaac]
  • → [ Trevarno Country Estate ]

  • [The house was built in 1830 and the estate dates back to 1246 and consists of 750 acres including wood, farms and cottages and a wonderful 35 acre Victorian garden]
    Trevarno Country Estate
  • → [ Trewan Hall ]

  • [17th century Cornish manor house, grade II* listed. It is set in 36 acres of gardens, woodlands and fields with views across the valley, taking in the local town of St Columb and beyond]

    COUNTRY HOUSES - SMALLER
  • → [ Carn Du House ]

  • [An Edwardian villa with light and elegance, a house of rare charm in one of the most beautiful parts of old Cornwall. The House and it's grounds offer wonderful camera positions for filming the surrounding area including St Michaels Mount and Mounts Bay]
  • → [ Pendragon Country House Hotel ]

  • [A 5 star multi award winning fully Licensed luxury guest house. Pendragon Country House Hotel would make an excellent location for certain types of Period Drama and sleeping 13 adults can also accommodate senior members of the cast who can relax and use the facilities]
  • → [ 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]

    ECOLOGICAL BUILDINGS
  • → [ Pencalenick House ]

  • [This house is a remarkable example of contemporary and ecologically sound architecture and is surrounded by an expanse of National Trust land and oak and hazel woods]
    Pencalenick House

    FARM BUILDINGS & FARM LAND
  • → [ The Duchy of Cornwall Estate ]

  • [Steeped in history and, as such, offers film-makers, and all who visit her, unique locations]
    The Duchy of Cornwall Estate
  • → [ Deer House at Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park ]

  • [The surrounding country park has within it 55 listed buildings and heritage sites including Higher Deer House. 19th century - in the Grotton Plantation the ruins of a two storey fodder store for deer; and the ruined 18th century Pebble Seat facing south]
    Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park
  • → [ Hornacott ]

  • [A traditional 18th century Cornish stone farmhouse surrounded by two acres of gardens with glorious trees and secluded areas divided by the stream that winds through it]
    Hornacott
  • → [ 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]
  • → [ Trengove Farm ]

  • [The farmhouse and buildings are surrounded by open fields. Trengove is a working farm and retains all the charm of a bygone era. The house, dates back to the early 1600’s and is full of character, with beautiful stained-glass windows, huge granite fireplaces, original staircases and beamed ceilings. It was also the home of a notorious 19th century smuggler, William Burgess]
  • → [ Trevarno Country Estate ]

  • [750 acres including 70 acres of wood, farms and cottages and a wonderful 35 acre Victorian garden]
    Trevarno Country Estate

    HOTELS
  • → [ Alverton Manor Hotel ]

  • [Quintessentially English, this former Victorian nunnery has 33 bedrooms with a wealth of period details]
    Alverton Manor Hotel
  • → [ The Falmouth Hotel, Falmouth ]

  • [Poised adjacent to the historic port of Falmouth, Cornwall, The Falmouth Hotel can proudly lay claim to the crown of ‘Grande Dame’, as the first commercial hotel to be built in the town back in 1865. Set in 5 acres of landscaped gardens, with superb sea views, the hotel has 71 bedrooms, indoor leisure facilities and an award-winning restaurant]
  • → [ The Fowey Hotel, Fowey ]

  • [An award-winning restaurant and high standards. A fine example of classic Victorian architecture and charm, The Fowey exudes character and warmth, with just the right degree of quirkiness, to provide a warm and ambient environment that provides the perfect accommodation for film crews. The hotel has 37 individually decorated en suite bedrooms, many which offer panoramic views out over the Fowey estuary]
  • → [ Hotel Victoria ]

  • [Classic Victorian architecture, magnificently positioned on a cliff top above the golden sands of Great Western Beach. Hotel Victoria has stunning sea views and even has direct access to the beach with its own lift. Chandeliers in the foyer sparkle and illuminate the grand wood balustrade staircase. The Atlantic Ocean is the inspirational backdrop for the sun lounge, The French Restaurant, Bay View Bar and ballroom with high ceilings, all with decorative colonnades and wood panelling]
  • → [ The Idle Rocks Hotel, St Mawes ]

  • [A highly individual, boutique-style hotel, with a long standing reputation for good food. The hotel's Water's Edge restaurant, with its magnificent water views, has received award recognition for more than 20 consecutive years]
  • → [ The Llawnroc Hotel ]

  • [With its spacious rooms, stylish decor, bespoke furnishings and stunning sea views, The Llawnroc boutique hotel in Cornwall is dressed to impress]
  • → [ The Metropole, Padstow ]

  • [Perched on a hill, overlooking the town, harbour and the Camel Estuary. Its 58 comfortable and individually-appointed bedrooms, excellent food (featuring the best local seafood) and fabulous views, make it an ideal base for film crews]
  • → [ The Metropole Hotel ]

  • [The first sight you'll notice on entering the vibrant town of Padstow. Splendid Victorian architecture complimenting a modern interior that retains a tasteful foot in both areas. With a view over the town and Camel Estuary second to none and one of the only hotels in the town to offer reasonable parking facilities on site]
  • → [ Pendragon Country House Hotel ]

  • [A 5 star multi award winning fully Licensed luxury guest house. Pendragon Country House Hotel would make an excellent location for certain types of Period Drama and sleeping 13 adults can also accommodate senior members of the cast who can relax and use the facilities]
  • → [ Talland Bay Hotel ]

  • [Situated in an unique position between Looe and Polperro overlooking Talland Bay on the south coast of Cornwall. Each room is unique, with a character and atmosphere all its own. Some rooms have additional features such as a balcony or a private space in the garden]

    INDUSTRIAL
  • → [ Trevarno Country Estate ]

  • [750 acres including farms and cottages and an old mill which will be restored at a future date]
    Trevarno Country Estate

    JAILS, PRISONS, GAOLS & DUNGEONS
  • → [ The Shire Hall ]

  • [Built in 1837 as the County Assizes (county court)]

    LIGHTHOUSES
  • → [ St. Michael's Chapel at Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park ]

  • [The surrounding country park has within it 55 listed buildings and heritage sites including St. Michael's Chapel. 14th century - A chapel and simple lighthouse, with a beacon site nearby. Across the neck of the headland are the earthworks of an Iron Age fort]
    Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park

    MILITARY BUILDINGS
  • → [ Garden Battery at Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park ]

  • [The surrounding country park has within it 55 listed buildings and heritage sites including Garden Battery. c.1747 and 1863 - an 18th century saluting platform, originally mounted with 21 guns to greet visitors. Completely re-built 1863 as part of Plymouth's defences]
    Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park
  • → [ Penlee Battery at Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park ]

  • [The surrounding country park has within it 55 listed buildings and heritage sites including Penlee Battery. 1892 - the remains of a Victorian fort armed with 3 guns in both World Wars. A granite sculpture by Greg Powlesland, 1995, is in this nature reserve]
    Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park

    MODERN CONTEMPORARY BUILDINGS
  • → [ Pencalenick House ]

  • [This house is a remarkable example of contemporary and ecologically sound architecture and is surrounded by an expanse of National Trust land and oak and hazel woods]
    Pencalenick House

    MUNICIPAL BUILDINGS
  • → [ The Shire Hall ]

  • [Built in 1837 as the County Assizes (county court)]

    MUSEUMS
  • → [ The Shire Hall ]

  • [Built in 1837 as the County Assizes (county court)]

    SEASIDE SETTING
  • → [ Landewednack House ]

  • [The house was built in 1683, a former Georgian rectory steeped in history and heritage and is now is now a listed building]
    Landewednack House

    PERIOD SETTINGS
  • → [ Hornacott ]

  • [A traditional 18th century Cornish stone farmhouse surrounded by two acres of gardens with glorious trees and secluded areas divided by the stream that winds through it]
    Hornacott
  • → [ Killiow House And Estate ]

  • [Listed mansion house in tranquil setting with mature trees, lakes and indigenous wildlife offers an opportunity to re-create days gone by for costume dramas]
    Killiow House And Estate
  • → [ Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park ]

  • [Originaly built in the mid 1500s as the home of the Earls of Mount Edgcumbe and was built to take advantage of the wonderful situation and views. It is set in 865 acres of country park and formal gardens. The house is now beautifully restored to the 18th century style. The surrounding country park has within it 55 listed buildings and heritage sites]
    Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park
  • → [ The Shire Hall ]

  • [Built in 1837 as the County Assizes (county court)]
  • → [ Square Sail Shipyard ]

  • [A Georgian Period Harbour Home to their fleet of three magnificent square rigged period sailing ships]
    Square Sail Shipyard
  • → [ Trengove Farm ]

  • [Trengove Farm with its listed farmhouse and buildings is surrounded by open fields. Trengove is a working farm and retains all the charm of a bygone era. The house, dates back to the early 1600’s and is full of character, with beautiful stained-glass windows, huge granite fireplaces, original staircases and beamed ceilings. It was also the home of a notorious 19th century smuggler, William Burgess]

    SCHOOLS - PRIVATE/INDEPENDENT
  • → [ Truro School ]

  • [Situated on the hill overlooking the City and 19th century Truro Cathedral, the main School building was established in 1882 and in 1928 the Prince of Wales (later to become King Edward VIII) laid the foundation stone of the school chapel]

    STABLE YARDS & STABLES - PADDOCKS
  • → [ Stables at Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park ]

  • [The surrounding country park has within it 55 listed buildings and heritage sites including Stables. c.1850 - The stables, dairy, smithy, sawmill and stores, all essential to the running of the estate. (not open to the public)]
    Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park

    SPORTS ARENA STADIUM, COURTS, PLAYING FIELDS AND PITCHES
  • → [ Truro School ]

  • [The School has two large sports halls, astro turf sports pitch, swimming pool, state of the art IT facilities in most classrooms; an oak panelled dining room and fully equipped Burrell Theatre]

    Theatres
  • → [ Truro School ]

  • [The School has two large sports halls, astro turf sports pitch, swimming pool, state of the art IT facilities in most classrooms; an oak panelled dining room and fully equipped Burrell Theatre]
  • → [ Clayesmore School ]

  • [Buildings on the estate include a theatre]
    Clayesmore School
  • → [ The Opera House ]

  • [A venue suited to multiple use and boasting an audio visual specification unrivalled on the South Coast]
    The Opera House

    TRENCH, TUNNELS & CAVES
  • → [ Queen Adelaide's Grotto at Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park ]

  • [The surrounding country park has within it 55 listed buildings and heritage sites including Queen Adelaide's Grotto. 18th century cave used as a watch house, enhanced with an arched stone building after Adelaide's visit, 1827]
    Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park

    UNUSUAL OR CONVERTED BUILDINGS
  • → [ Mesmear ]

  • [Situated in North Cornwall very near it's iconic coastline, this location would be ideal for all sorts of Contemporary Drama as the site consists of three modernised stone barns]
  • → [ Pencalenick House ]

  • [This house is a remarkable example of contemporary and ecologically sound architecture and is surrounded by an expanse of National Trust land and oak and hazel woods]
    Pencalenick House
  • → [ Retallack Resort ]

  • [Offers 5* self catering accommodation in North Cornwall. Our houses feature luxurious furniture and furnishings, state of the art kitchens, sun decks, bbqs and selected houses have private hot tubs]
  • → [ The Shire Hall ]

  • [Built in 1837 as the County Assizes (county court)]
  • → [ Trengove Farm ]

  • [Seven farm buildings have been cleverly restored as holiday cottages which provide plenty of unit accommodation with Free WIFI available and there is ample unit parking with very media friendly owners in Andrew and Lynsey Richards. The location sits close to the county town of Truro and is only a mile from the sea]

    LANDSCAPES
    LANDSCAPES - MIXED & VARIED
  • → [ The Forestry Commission ]

  • [Forest locations]
    The Forestry Commission
  • → [ The Duchy of Cornwall Estate ]

  • [Steeped in history and, as such, offers film-makers, and all who visit her, unique locations]
    The Duchy of Cornwall Estate
  • → [ Trevarno Country Estate ]

  • [Dates back to 1246 and consisting of 750 acres including 70 acres of wood, farms and cottages and a wonderful 35 acre Victorian garden]
    Trevarno Country Estate

    FARMLAND
  • → [ The Duchy of Cornwall Estate ]

  • [Steeped in history and, as such, offers film-makers, and all who visit her, unique locations]
    The Duchy of Cornwall Estate
  • → [ Deer House at Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park ]

  • [The surrounding country park has within it 55 listed buildings and heritage sites including Higher Deer House. 19th century - in the Grotton Plantation the ruins of a two storey fodder store for deer; and the ruined 18th century Pebble Seat facing south]
    Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park
  • → [ Hornacott ]

  • [A traditional 18th century Cornish stone farmhouse surrounded by two acres of gardens with glorious trees and secluded areas divided by the stream that winds through it]
    Hornacott
  • → [ 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]
  • → [ Trengove Farm ]

  • [The farmhouse and buildings are surrounded by open fields. Trengove is a working farm and retains all the charm of a bygone era. The house, dates back to the early 1600’s and is full of character, with beautiful stained-glass windows, huge granite fireplaces, original staircases and beamed ceilings. It was also the home of a notorious 19th century smuggler, William Burgess]
  • → [ Trevarno Country Estate ]

  • [750 acres including 70 acres of wood, farms and cottages and a wonderful 35 acre Victorian garden]
    Trevarno Country Estate
  • → [ Trewan Hall ]

  • [17th century Cornish manor house, grade II* listed. It is set in 36 acres of gardens, woodlands and fields with views across the valley, taking in the local town of St Columb and beyond]

    GARDENS & PARKLAND
  • → [ Caerhays Castle & Estate ]

  • [An English Heritage Grade 1 Listed Building completed in 1810 with surrounding parkland and woodland gardens]
    Caerhays Castle & Estate
  • → [ Commonwood Manor ]

  • [The house sits in the centre of its estate, comprising a late 19th-century landscaped park. A large 100-ft terrace has views from the south-west-facing front aspect of the house]
  • → [ Hornacott ]

  • [A traditional 18th century Cornish stone farmhouse surrounded by two acres of gardens with glorious trees and secluded areas divided by the stream that winds through it]
    Hornacott
  • → [ Killiow House And Estate ]

  • [Tranquil verdant wooded estate, with mature trees, lakes and indigenous wildlife]
    Killiow House And Estate
  • → [ Molesworth Manor ]

  • [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]
    Molesworth Manor
  • → [ Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park ]

  • [Set in 865 acres of country park and formal gardens have formal gardens in the English, French and Italian styles. They have recently been added to with an American plantation and a New Zealand styled garden. The surrounding country park has within it 55 listed buildings and heritage sites from: Barrows to 15th century chapel, icehouse to working smithy, forts and ferry crossings]
    Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park
  • → [ Pine Lodge Gardens ]

  • [The collection at Pine Lodge Gardens now stands at well over 6,000 plants, all labelled, in over 30 acres of gardens]
    Pine Lodge Gardens
  • → [ Port Pendennis Waterfront House ]

  • [Spectacular, architect designed with Established semi tropical gardens]
  • → [ Prideaux Place ]

  • [Stunningly beautiful Elizabethan manor house with a wealth of Strawberry Hill Gothic interiors with Victorian Formal garden, extensive grounds and a deer park]
    Prideaux Place
  • → [ 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]
  • → [ Talland Bay Hotel ]

  • [Has wonderful sub-tropical gardens overlooking Talland Bay on the south coast of Cornwall]
  • → [ Tredudwell Manor ]

  • [A charming Queen Anne country manor house, set in its own peaceful garden and woodlands with stunning rural views stretching out to Cornwall's heritage coastline]
  • → [ Treharrock Manor ]

  • [A Georgian house built in 1815 in an elegant and spacious style, is set in 15 acres of Garden and Wooded Grounds]
  • → [ Trevarno Country Estate ]

  • [A wonderful 35 acre Victorian garden, which has many interesting features including an Italian Garden, Serpentine Yew Tunnel, Lake with Victorian Boathouse, Rockery and Pinetum]
    Trevarno Country Estate
  • → [ Trewan Hall ]

  • [17th century Cornish manor house, grade II* listed. It is set in 36 acres of gardens, woodlands and fields with views across the valley, taking in the local town of St Columb and beyond]

    PRIVATE ROADS & TRACKS
  • → [ Earl's Drive at Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park ]

  • [The surrounding country park has within it 55 listed buildings and heritage sites including Earl's Drive. In early days called the Terrace. A driveway from the House round the coast to Maker Church by 1788, extended to Penlee Point by 1823]
    Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park
  • → [ 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]

    RIVERS, CANALS, LAKES & BOATING
  • → [ The Duchy of Cornwall Estate ]

  • [Steeped in history and, as such, offers film-makers, and all who visit her, unique locations]
    The Duchy of Cornwall Estate
  • → [ Killiow House And Estate ]

  • [Tranquil verdant wooded estate, with mature trees, lakes and indigenous wildlife]
  • → [ Pine Lodge Gardens ]

  • [An acre lake which houses a breeding pair of black swans and many water fowl]
    Pine Lodge Gardens
  • → [ 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]
  • → [ Trevarno Country Estate ]

  • [A wonderful 35 acre Victorian garden, which has many interesting features including a lake with Victorian Boathouse]
    Trevarno Country Estate
    WOODLAND & FORESTS
  • → [ Caerhays Castle & Estate ]

  • [An English Heritage Grade 1 Listed Building completed in 1810 with surrounding parkland and woodland gardens]
    Caerhays Castle & Estate
  • → [ The Duchy of Cornwall Estate ]

  • [Steeped in history and, as such, offers film-makers, and all who visit her, unique locations]
    The Duchy of Cornwall Estate
  • → [ Pine Lodge Gardens ]

  • [The seasons bring thousands of snowdrops followed by native bluebells and camellias. In autumn an acre glade is alive with brilliant colour]
    Pine Lodge Gardens
  • → [ 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]
  • → [ Tredudwell Manor ]

  • [A charming Queen Anne country manor house, set in its own peaceful garden and woodlands with stunning rural views stretching out to Cornwall's heritage coastline]
  • → [ Treharrock Manor ]

  • [A Georgian house built in 1815 in an elegant and spacious style, is set in 15 acres of Garden and Wooded Grounds]
  • → [ Trevarno Country Estate ]

  • [Dates back to 1246 and consisting of 750 acres including 70 acres of wood, farms and cottages and a wonderful 35 acre Victorian garden]
    Trevarno Country Estate
  • → [ Trewan Hall ]

  • [17th century Cornish manor house, grade II* listed. It is set in 36 acres of gardens, woodlands and fields with views across the valley, taking in the local town of St Columb and beyond]
  • → [ Truro School ]

  • [Situated on the hill overlooking the City and 19th century Truro Cathedral ans set in an exclusive woodland area]

    MARINE ENVIRONMENTS
  • → [ Caerhays Castle & Estate ]

  • [Porthluney Beach at Caerhays is privately owned. It is a secluded beach with a large expanse of sand that is not overlooked by any buildings]
    Caerhays Castle & Estate
  • → [ Carn Du House ]

  • [An Edwardian villa with light and elegance, a house of rare charm in one of the most beautiful parts of old Cornwall. The House and it's grounds offer wonderful camera positions for filming the surrounding area including St Michaels Mount and Mounts Bay]
  • → [ The Duchy of Cornwall Estate ]

  • [Steeped in history and, as such, offers film-makers, and all who visit her, unique locations]
    The Duchy of Cornwall Estate

    SHIPS, HARBOURS & PORTS
  • → [ Caerhays Castle & Estate ]

  • [Porthluney Beach at Caerhays is privately owned. It is a secluded beach with a large expanse of sand that is not overlooked by any buildings]
    Caerhays Castle & Estate
  • → [ The Duchy of Cornwall Estate ]

  • [Steeped in history and, as such, offers film-makers, and all who visit her, unique locations]
    The Duchy of Cornwall Estate
  • → [ Barn Pool at Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park ]

  • [The surrounding country park has within it 55 listed buildings and heritage sites including Barn Pool. A sheltered deep water anchorage used by Vikings in 997. Offshore is the shipwreck Catharina von Flensburg, 1786]
    Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park
  • → [ Blockhouse at Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park ]

  • [The surrounding country park has within it 55 listed buildings and heritage sites including Blockhouse. c.1545 - a small fort built on the shoreline in King Henry VIII's reign, to defend the mouth of the Tamar and the Edgcumbe's town of Stonehouse opposite]
    Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park
  • → [ Coastguard Station at Rame at Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park ]

  • [The surrounding country park has within it 55 listed buildings and heritage sites including Coastguard Station at Rame. Originally a Lloyds Signal Station, where signaling was done from passing ships to the station by flags during the day and by lights at night, it became a radio station in 1905, then transferred to the Coastguards c.1925. It is now run by Coastwatch]
    Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park
  • → [ Cremyll Ferry at Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park ]

  • [The surrounding country park has within it 55 listed buildings and heritage sites including Cremyll Ferry. c.1204 - a major ferry crossing between Devon and Cornwall since Medieval times]
    Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park
  • → [ Mylor Yacht Harbour Ltd ]

  • [There is a strong sense of maritime history and activity within the intimate confines of the harbour and creek areas. The last remaining oyster fishing fleet that uses only sail is moored here along with over 370 boats of various sizes and shapes]
  • → [ Port Pendennis Marina ]

  • [A superior and friendly marina in a sheltered corner of Falmouth Harbour with inner and outer harboars and special facilities for superyachts]
  • → [ Port Pendennis Waterfront House ]

  • [Spectacular, architect designed four bedroom house built on the beach with outstanding views]
  • → [ Square Sail Shipyard ]

  • [A Georgian Period Harbour with a lock-in facility controlling the water levels for the inner harbour basin, providing a unique 'film tank' facility]
    Square Sail Shipyard

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