Co. Mayo
  • → [ Westport House & Country Park ]

  • [Set in a beautiful parkland setting of 500 acres with beautiful terraces and gardens, a lake, a river with a boathouse and crossed by arched bridges, waterfalls and dense mature woodland on the shores of idyllic Clew Bay]

    Co. Meath
  • → [ Slane Castle Estate ]

  • [Beautiful views along the river towards the Castle include the weir, millraces and thirteen arch masonry bridge dating back to the 1400s]

    Co. Wicklow
  • → [ Russborough House ]

  • [In the grounds of the house are several features such as a beach maze, Obelisks, a Hippodrome, high walls with gate houses, a Red Bridge to an Island and some farm buildings]
    Russborough House

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  • → [ The Forestry Commission ]

  • [Not just Forest locations but also many hidden treasures of old buildings, lochs, lakes and bridges]

  • → [ Windsor Great Park ]

  • [Extends to some 4,500 acres and provides a superb selection of locations including bridges]
    Windsor Great Park

  • → [ Nether Winchendon House ]

  • [There are two bridges from the seven acre garden which span the River Thame, one wrought iron and one in stone]

  • → [ Adlington Hall ]

  • [The 2,000 acre estate contains parkland landscaped in the 'Brownian' style during the 18th century with a Lime Avenue dating from 1688 which leads to a woodland Wilderness with winding paths, temples, bridges and follies in a rococo manner]
    Adlington Hall

  • → [ The Duchy of Cornwall Estate ]

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

  • → [ The Duchy of Cornwall Estate ]

  • [Dartmoor - It has sweeping panoramic views of open moorland, which run down to tree clad river valleys. The estate contains the stark village of Princetown with its prison, built by Napoleonic prisoners of war, and the picturesque hamlet of Postbridge, well known for its medieval clapper bridge]
    The Duchy of Cornwall Estate

  • → [ Hooke Court ]

  • [The lake is a beautiful and tranquil spot with a stunning bridge leading to a small island]

  • → [ Creeksea Place ]

  • [This Tudor mansion is surrounded by a large lake-lawn with a Victorian bridge, walled garden and former orchard]
  • → [ Fennes ]

  • [Elegant English country gardens including the bridge over the pond and the woods to the paddocks, fisheries and farmlands surrounding the estate]

  • → [ Houghton Lodge ]

  • [15 acres of lawns and water meadows that sweep down to the river where there is a landing stage and a charming bridge crossing the river]
    Houghton Lodge

  • → [ The Duchy of Cornwall Estate ]

  • [Hereford offers black and white Tudor villages, the Golden Valley against a backdrop of the Black Mountains, castles, farmlands and buildings, historic houses and ancient churches, bridges, beautiful gardens and country lanes threading through cider producers and vineyards. Offa's Dyke path follows the 8th century barrier between the Anglo Saxons and Wales]
    The Duchy of Cornwall Estate

  • → [ Heathrow & Gatwick Express ]

  • [Within the 48,351 square metre site, a number of unusual buildings, bridges and storage areas can become your next locational backdrop]
    Heathrow & Gatwick Express

  • → [ Culford Hall ]

  • [The river Lark flows beside the formal gardens and terraces into a large lake with an iron bridge of 1803 crossing it, the fifth oldest such bridge in the world]

  • → [ 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]

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    Co. Antrim
  • → [ Dunluce Castle ]

  • [The 17th-century mainland court contains domestic buildings leading downhill to the narrow crossing to the rock, formerly protected by a drawbridge to the Gatehouse]
    Dunluce Castle

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  • → [ Light Camera Action on Anglesey ]

  • [The Menai Bridge]

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  • → [ Logie Elphinstone House ]

  • [The south facing lawns to the front of the house run down to the banks of the river Urie and a private island that can be reached by foot bridge. There is trout and salmon fishing rights on the river]

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