LOCATION SERVICES - WILTSHIRE
LOCAL AUTHORITIES
UNIT BASE
FILM MOVIE TV LOCATIONS - WILTSHIRE
BUILDINGS & ARCHITECTURE
ANCIENT WORLD
  • → [ Kennet District Council ]

  • [Unspoilt rural landscapes, historic market towns, canals and prehistoric sites]
    Kennet District Council

    BRIDGES
  • → [ Abbey House Gardens ]

  • [A 13th Century Abbey house with a truly spectacular 5 acre garden which has brought praise from around the world. In the house itself, there is the Tudor hall and drawing room for film opportunities plus the undercroft which formed part of the Abbots’ lodgings built in 1265 and used as a dungeon during the English Civil War, the house itself being used as the Governor’s Residence by both Cavaliers and Roundheads]

    CELLARS & ATTICS
  • → [ Howard's House ]

  • [Every room has its own individual history. From the bottom of the ancient cellar to the crest of the original roof, Howard’s House remains a true testament to its role as the warm heart of this heritage village]

  • → [ Eastbourne Film Liaison Unit ]

  • [Victorian Seafront and Pier, a seafront Bandstand and the Sovereign Harbour marina and the International Lawn Tennis Centre]
    Eastbourne Film Liaison Unit
  • → [ 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]
    CHURCHES, TEMPLES & RELIGIOUS BUILDINGS
  • → [ Abbey House Gardens ]

  • [A 13th Century Abbey house with a truly spectacular 5 acre garden which has brought praise from around the world. In the house itself, there is the Tudor hall and drawing room for film opportunities plus the undercroft which formed part of the Abbots’ lodgings built in 1265 and used as a dungeon during the English Civil War, the house itself being used as the Governor’s Residence by both Cavaliers and Roundheads]
  • → [ Kennet District Council ]

  • [Historic churches of varying architectural styles]
    Kennet District Council
  • → [ The Pear Tree at Purton ]

  • [Formerly a vicarage. It is now an elegant Cotswold stone hotel set in seven acres on the outskirts of the Saxon village of Purton]
    The Pear Tree at Purton
  • → [ Rushmore Estate ]

  • [The gardens contain a unique collection of buildings including a temple and theatre, a dell water garden, Nepalese buildings, a colonial Victorian Pavilion]

    CITIES, TOWNS & VILLAGES
  • → [ Kennet District Council ]

  • [Unspoilt rural landscapes, historic market towns, canals and prehistoric sites]
    Kennet District Council

    COUNTRY HOUSES - MANOR HOUSES - STATELY HOMES
  • → [ Abbey House Gardens ]

  • [A 13th Century Abbey house with a truly spectacular 5 acre garden which has brought praise from around the world. In the house itself, there is the Tudor hall and drawing room for film opportunities plus the undercroft which formed part of the Abbots’ lodgings built in 1265 and used as a dungeon during the English Civil War, the house itself being used as the Governor’s Residence by both Cavaliers and Roundheads]
  • → [ Bradley House ]

  • [Set in lovely informal grounds with views over rolling Wiltshire countryside. Built around 1680 the house has many period features which include panelled walls, polished oak floor, extraordinary fireplaces, French Doors, an old terrace and huge shuttered windows]
    Bradley House
  • → [ Cleeve House ]

  • [With it's almost Gothic Exterior and wonderful interiors this would be a fantastic location for many types of Period Drama. With eight comfortable bedrooms it will be perfect for accommodating senior members of the Cast & Crew]
  • → [ Kennet District Council ]

  • [Unspoilt rural landscapes, historic market towns, canals and prehistoric sites]
    Kennet District Council
  • → [ The Pear Tree at Purton ]

  • [Formerly a vicarage. It is now an elegant Cotswold stone hotel set in seven acres on the outskirts of the Saxon village of Purton]
    The Pear Tree at Purton

    COUNTRY HOUSES - SMALLER
  • → [ 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]
  • → [ Howard's House ]

  • [An independently owned and run country house hotel nestled at the heart of an idyllic Wiltshire village. With a lovingly tended country garden with sloping lawns, and several secret bowers perfect for romantic moments]
  • → [ Ridleys Cheer ]

  • [Dating from the mid 18th century, also has a wonderful Gardens location for TV, Films and Photo' Shoots. The extensive gardens contain a great many rare and unusual trees and shrubs, the garden has a star in the 2007 Good Gardens Guide]

    HOTELS
  • → [ Howard's House Hotel ]

  • [An independently owned and run country house hotel nestled at the heart of an idyllic Wiltshire village. With a lovingly tended country garden with sloping lawns, and several secret bowers perfect for romantic moments]
  • → [ The Pear Tree at Purton ]

  • [Formerly a vicarage. It is now an elegant Cotswold stone hotel set in seven acres on the outskirts of the Saxon village of Purton]
    The Pear Tree at Purton
  • → [ Whatley Manor ]

  • [One of the country's finest private hotel]

    JAILS, PRISONS, GAOLS & DUNGEONS
  • → [ Abbey House Gardens ]

  • [A 13th Century Abbey house with a truly spectacular 5 acre garden which has brought praise from around the world. In the house itself, there is the Tudor hall and drawing room for film opportunities plus the undercroft which formed part of the Abbots’ lodgings built in 1265 and used as a dungeon during the English Civil War, the house itself being used as the Governor’s Residence by both Cavaliers and Roundheads]

    LIBRARIES
  • → [ Kennet District Council ]

  • [Unspoilt rural landscapes, historic market towns, canals and prehistoric sites]
    Kennet District Council

    THEATRES
  • → [ Rushmore Estate ]

  • [The gardens contain a unique collection of buildings including a temple and theatre, a dell water garden, Nepalese buildings, a colonial Victorian Pavilion]
    LANDSCAPES

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

  • [Forest locations]
    The Forestry Commission
  • → [ Kennet District Council ]

  • [Unspoilt rural landscapes, historic market towns, canals and prehistoric sites]
    Kennet District Council

    GARDENS & PARKLAND
  • → [ Abbey House Gardens ]

  • [With the 12th Century Abbey as a backdrop, this truly spectacular 5 acre garden has brought praise from around the world. There are monastic fish ponds, waterfall, stepping stones and a wooden footbridge across the river, woodland walks, arbours, rose covered walkways, knot gardens, lawns surrounded by thousands of roses (hundred of thousands of tulips in Spring), distant views across the valley to the horizon]
  • → [ Bradley House ]

  • [Set in lovely informal grounds with views over rolling Wiltshire countryside. Built around 1680 the house has many period features which include panelled walls, polished oak floor, extraordinary fireplaces, French Doors, an old terrace and huge shuttered windows]
    Bradley House
  • → [ Abbey House Gardens ]

  • [With the 12th Century Abbey as a backdrop, this truly spectacular 5 acre garden has brought praise from around the world. There are monastic fish ponds, waterfall, stepping stones and a wooden footbridge across the river, woodland walks, arbours, rose covered walkways, knot gardens, lawns surrounded by thousands of roses (hundred of thousands of tulips in Spring), distant views across the valley to the horizon]
  • → [ Howard's House ]

  • [The hotel nestles in a lovingly tended country garden with sloping lawns, and several secret bowers perfect for romantic moments]
  • → [ The Pear Tree at Purton ]

  • [Victorian herbaceous border and gardens with a croquet lawn and outdoor giant chess]
    The Pear Tree at Purton
  • → [ Ridleys Cheer ]

  • [Dating from the mid 18th century, also has a wonderful Gardens location for TV, Films and Photo' Shoots. The extensive gardens contain a great many rare and unusual trees and shrubs, the garden has a star in the 2007 Good Gardens Guide]
  • → [ Rushmore Estate ]

  • [Set in the heart of the Cranborne Chase, on the Dorset/Wiltshire border, the Rushmore Estate covers 7,500 acres including 700 acres of listed parks]
  • → [ Whatley Manor ]

  • [12 acres of timeless English gardens]

    HILLS & MOUNTAINS
  • → [ Kennet District Council ]

  • [Unspoilt rural landscapes with rolling chalk downlands]
    Kennet District Council

    RIVERS, CANALS, LAKES & BOATING
  • → [ Abbey House Gardens ]

  • [With the 12th Century Abbey as a backdrop, this truly spectacular 5 acre garden has brought praise from around the world. There are monastic fish ponds, waterfall, stepping stones and a wooden footbridge across the river, woodland walks, arbours, rose covered walkways, knot gardens, lawns surrounded by thousands of roses (hundred of thousands of tulips in Spring), distant views across the valley to the horizon]
  • → [ 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]
  • → [ Kennet District Council ]

  • [Unspoilt rural landscapes, historic market towns, canals and prehistoric sites]
    Kennet District Council
  • → [ Rushmore Estate ]

  • [Set in the heart of the Cranborne Chase, on the Dorset/Wiltshire border, the Rushmore Estate covers 7,500 acres including 700 acres of listed parks]

    WOODLAND & FORESTS
  • → [ Abbey House Gardens ]

  • [With the 12th Century Abbey as a backdrop, this truly spectacular 5 acre garden has brought praise from around the world. There are monastic fish ponds, waterfall, stepping stones and a wooden footbridge across the river, woodland walks, arbours, rose covered walkways, knot gardens, lawns surrounded by thousands of roses (hundred of thousands of tulips in Spring), distant views across the valley to the horizon]
  • → [ Kennet District Council ]

  • [Unspoilt rural landscapes and woodland]
    Kennet District Council
  • → [ Rushmore Estate ]

  • [The woodlands contain one of the largest blocks of semi-natural broad-leaved woodland in southern England. For centuries these were the focus of the hazel underwood trades. The woods are now recognised as a wildlife site of national importance]

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