CITIES, TOWNS & VILLAGES : UNITED KINGDOM
 
CHANNEL ISLANDS
Guernsey
  • → [ Guernsey Film Commission ]

  • [Film locations of all types including cities, towns and villages]
    Guernsey
    Jersey
  • → [ Island of Jersey ]

  • [Rural settings and Seaside towns, some with attractive French influence and a range of very attractive parks and gardens]

    ENGLAND
    Berkshire
  • → [ The Harte & Garter Hotel ]

  • [An amalgamation of two 14th century inns: The Garter Inn and The White Harte. In the late 19th Century they were joined together to form this 'Jacobethan' style building, much loved by the Victorians and reflecting the Shakespearean connections]
    The Harte & Garter Hotel
  • → [ Location Slough ]

  • [Slough has it all - from our 1930s town hall and council chamber to parks and open spaces]
    Location Slough
  • → [ Windsor Great Park ]

  • [Contains a village with village green, a garage and workshop]
    Windsor Great Park

    Bristol
  • → [ Bristol Film Office ]

  • [Offers a vast choice of locations: urban, suburban, inner city, high rise flats, modern apartments, Industrial, commercial and high tech buildings, a historic harbour, a working port, country estates, a large selection of heritage properties and authentic Victorian and Georgian streets]
    Bristol Film Office

    Cheshire
  • → [ Bostock Green ]

  • [Bostock Green is an extremely well preserved example of a model estate village that has survived virtually unchanged since the late nineteenth century. It is a designated conservation area and is situated in the historic county of Cheshire, which is marked by an oak tree planted on the occasion of Her Majesty Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee in 1897]
  • → [ North West Vision ]

  • [A FREE one stop shop filming liaison service for all aspects of filming in England's Northwest]
    North West Vision

    Cornwall
  • → [ 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)]

    Cumbria
  • → [ North West Vision ]

  • [A FREE one stop shop filming liaison service for all aspects of filming in England's Northwest]

    Devon
  • → [ English Riviera ]

  • [As the Best of British destinations, with a sheltered bay, stunning coastline and perfect mix of seaside towns and genteel South Devon country villages, the English Riviera provides the ideal location for filming]
  • → [ Great Torrington ]

  • [Rural setting with thatched longhouses, country cottages, Georgian manor house or rectory and town houses]

    Essex
  • → [ Southend on Sea ]

  • [Southend on Sea offers its world famous pleasure pier, Golden Mile, beaches, cliff gardens, parks and woodland, Old Leigh village and a diverse urban landscape including 60s/70s and modern architecture]
  • → [ Moot Hall ]

  • [A unique medieval brick building and has Grade I listed status. Dating from 1420 it is believed to be one of the earliest secular decorated brick buildings in England. Consisting of three floors and a small exercise yard, it has some unique features]
  • → [ Wat Tyler Country Park (WTCP) ]

  • [Set in 125 acres of unspoiled parkland and also within easy reach of London. WTCP has faithfully reconstructed three 17th and 18th Century Cottages (One Grade11 listed), a 19thC barn and an 18thC stable. They also boast a Village Green much beloved of period Re-Enactment groups]

    Gloucestershire
  • → [ Frampton Court Estate ]

  • [The stunning Village Green is the longest in England and has a Cricket Pitch and village ponds and is surrounded by Period Cottages and Historic Buildings]
  • → [ Hanover House ]

  • [A Grade II listed Victorian townhouse in the Italian style (1848) located in the exquisite Georgian/Regency town centre of Cheltenham Spa. The house is full of character and original features including moulded cornices, stripped floors, original marble fireplaces and shutters. There is also a very pretty Victorian walled garden to the rear opening out onto a park and the River Chelt]
  • → [ The Miserden Estate ]

  • [The village is composed of attractive stone cottages all under the ownership of the Estate. They are listed with Costwold stone roofs and all utility services situated underground. The village is a thriving community and comprises of St Andrews Church, Village Hall, Primary School Post Office and Shop and Village Pub. There is also a local cricket club and even it's own polo ground]
  • → [ South Cotswolds and Severn Vale ]

  • [Country cottages, unique buildings and attractions, and a history spanning centuries]

    Hampshire
  • → [ Portsmouth Film Office ]

  • [For historic ships, castles & forts, Victorian structures and modern architecture choose Portsmouth the waterfront city]
    Portsmouth Film Office

    Hertfordshire
  • → [ Hatfield House ]

  • [Buildings on the estate include, Period cottages and houses, just 20 miles north of London]
    Hatfield House

    Kent
  • → [ Kent Film Office ]

  • [Offers a wide and diverse range of locations that encompass cities, towns and village settings of period and contemporary settings]
    Kent Film Office

    Lancashire
  • → [ North West Vision ]

  • [A FREE one stop shop filming liaison service for all aspects of filming in England's Northwest]

    Leicestershire
  • → [ 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]

    London
  • → [ 28 Deerhurst Road ]

  • [An extraordinary 1970's four storey house with over 6000sq ft of retro space which has to be seen to be believed]
    28 Deerhurst Road
  • → [ 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]
  • → [ Central Hall Westminster ]

  • [Edwardian Methodist Hall]
  • → [ The Clink Prison Museum ]

  • [The prison was open to inmates throughout the Tudor and Elizabethan reigns]
    The Clink Prison Museum
  • → [ Greater London Authority ]

  • [For information on the GLA, all London Boroughs and their facilities]
  • → [ Greenwich Film Unit ]

  • [A fine architectural and historic heritage; an industrial fabric of its riverside wharves; houses and housing estates; the largest expanse of parks and open spaces in London]
  • → [ Hatfield House ]

  • [Buildings on the estate include, Period cottages and houses, just 20 miles north of London]
    Hatfield House
  • → [ Middle Temple ]

  • [Located in the heart of London's legal quarter, Middle Temple is one of the four ancient Inns of Court. It was built between 1562 and 1573 and remains virtually unchanged to this day having survived the Great Fire of London in 1666 and both World Wars]
  • → [ One Great George Street ]

  • [Set in an area surrounded by elegance and great historical architecture just a few steps from the Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey]
  • → [ Saatchi Gallery ]

  • [The Duke of York's building is a Palladian style building designed by John Sanders. Built in 1801 as a residential home and school for children orphaned by the war. The interior is now a modern and minimalist art gallery]
    Saatchi Gallery
  • → [ Searcys Club | The Gherkin ]

  • [Affectionately known as "The Gherkin", this iconic building is one of the City's most unique and prestigious landmarks. Designed by Foster and Partners, the glass dome at the top of 30 St Mary Axe boasts a two - level restaurant and bar area with stunning 360 degree panoramic views as far as the eye can see]
  • → [ Trinity House ]

  • [Behind the building’s imposing neo-classical façade, designed by Samuel Wyatt in 1794, are five graceful banqueting and conference rooms – The Library, Court Room, Pepys Room, Luncheon Room and Reading Room]
  • → [ Tower Bridge Exhibition ]

  • [Incredible views across London and fascinating architecture make Tower Bridge a fantastic filming location]

    Manchester
  • → [ North West Vision ]

  • [A FREE one stop shop filming liaison service for all aspects of filming in England's Northwest]

    Merseyside
  • → [ Liverpool Film Office ]

  • [Liverpool is the most film-friendly City in the UK with the longest established Film Office and the most experienced team]
  • → [ North West Vision ]

  • [A FREE one stop shop filming liaison service for all aspects of filming in England's Northwest]

    Somerset
  • → [ Maunsel House ]

  • [A magnificent 13th Century Manor set in 100 acres of stunning parkland at the heart of a sprawling 2000 acre Estate, comprising of farms, lakes, walnut groves, orchards, Somerset wetlands, cottages and ancient barns]
    Maunsel House
  • → [ The Porlock Manor Estate ]

  • [A stunning tract of country in west Somerset where Exmoor tumbles to the sea. The gem of the Estate is the ancient port of Porlock Weir where historic buildings cluster round the unspoilt harbour, offering many ideal locations for filming and photography]
  • → [ Talbot Inn at Mells Estate ]

  • [A 15th century coaching inn with its Cobbled yard, arched entrance and stables. Now has The Coach Room, with separate entrance off the Inn’s cobbled courtyard and private access to its own secluded garden. The Coach Room is equipped with professional quality catering facilities and can seat up to 100 people. It is ideal for meetings, screenings, parties, conferences, lectures, recitals and corporate events]
    Mells Estate

    Surrey
  • → [ Bingham Hotel & Restaurant ]

  • [Originally built as two Georgian town houses, the Bingham's rich history has shaped the property, creating an elegant setting for contemporary luxury living with a vintage twist]
    Bingham Hotel & Restaurant
  • → [ Loseley Park ]

  • [Several lovely cottages of all shapes and sizes are scattered in the grounds and on the Estate which extends to 1400 acres in total of parkland in with extensive fields and woodland stretching up to the North Downs]
  • → [ The Rural Life Centre ]

  • [A museum of past village life covering the years from 1750 to 1960 housed in purpose-built and reconstructed buildings including a chapel]
    The Rural Life Centre

    Sussex
  • → [ 1066 Country Film Office ]

  • [Offers a range of easily accessible and stunning locations: dramatic Hastings Country Park, the flat promenade/beach of Hastings and Bexhill, Hastings old town with the tall black net huts, great architectural buildings at Burtons’ St Leonards. The cobbled streets of Rye, the historical landmarks of Battle and the vast, magnificent Cambers Sands]
  • → [ 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]

    Wiltshire
  • → [ Kennet District Council ]

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

    Yorkshire
  • → [ Barley Hall ]

  • [A medieval town house in the centre of York]
  • → [ 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]
  • → [ The Old Manse Hotel ]

  • [A lovely Edwardian house with lots of original features such as original stainglass windows, a large garden and orchard, the original staircase with elaborate balustrade, and a marble fireplace in the lounge]

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    CITIES, TOWNS & VILLAGES : WALES
     
    Regions of Wales
  • → [ Cadw ]

  • [For walled towns, cottages and town house locations contact the historic environment service of the Welsh Assembly Government]
    Cadw

    Anglesey
  • → [ Flowers by Arrangement ]

  • [Have a large and attractive shop availablem as a film location should your script require a Florists shop]

    Caernarfonshire
  • → [ Plas Mawr Elizabethan Town House ]

  • [Possibly the best preserved Elizabethan town house in Great Britain. Built between 1576 and 1585, it dominates the town with its gatehouse, stepped gables and lookout tower]
    Cadw

    Denbighshire
  • → [ Manorhaus ]

  • [A boutique style Grade II listed Georgian townhouse with eight-bedrooms, restaurant and gallery]
    Manorhaus

    Pembrokeshire
  • → [ The Admiral’s House ]

  • [Stands on a clifftop in the lovely Welsh seaside village of Saundersfoot. It has breathtaking views of Saundersfoot harbour, Carmarthen Bay, the Gower and beyond to make it one of the premier British coastal locations]
  • → [ Bluestone National Park Resort ]

  • [A whole village based on a typical community, complete with pub, restaurants, shops, bakery, spa and cottages. The village and surrounding 500 acres can be completely sealed off and closed down for private events and filming]
  • → [ Clydey Country Cottages ]

  • [10 traditional 18th Century stone farm cottages sympathetically restored as holiday homes but retain their original features such as wooden beams, inglenook fireplaces with wood burning stoves]
    Clydey Country Cottages

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    CITIES, TOWNS & VILLAGES : NORTHERN IRELAND
     
    Regions of Northern Ireland
  • → [ Northern Ireland Film and Television Commission ]

  • [Established to accelerate the development of a dynamic and sustainable film and television industry
    Northern Ireland Film and Television Commission

    Co. Antrim
  • → [ Limepark ]

  • [Featuring a 17th Century fortified historic farm, renovated into a small Irish village with multiple venue spaces and six beautifully resorted self-catering cottages. With all its original features this will be a highly suitable location for many types of Period Drama]
  • → [ Ulster Museum, Belfast ]

  • [A massive neo-classical structure in Portland stone with an equally massive modern extension]
    Ulster Museum, Belfast
  • → [ W5 Centre Belfast ]

  • [An impressive modern contemporary setting]
    W5 Centre Belfast

    Co. Armagh
  • → [ Armagh County Museum ]

  • [Built in 1834 to a classical design with impressive columns that dominate the entrance]
    Armagh County Museum

    Co. Down
  • → [ Ulster Folk and Transport Museum ]

  • [Over 50 exhibit buildings and a variety of street scenes from the early 1900s]
    Ulster Folk and Transport Museum

    Co. Tyrone
  • → [ Ulster American Folk Park ]

  • [A remarkable collection of Period buildings creating street scenes of Ireland & America throughout the 18th and 19th centuries]
    Ulster American Folk Park

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    CITIES, TOWNS & VILLAGES : SCOTLAND
     
    NATIONWIDE
  • → [ Scotland Tours ]

  • [Scenic towns & villages, busy cities, .. Scotland has them all]

    Argyll
  • → [ Melfort Village ]

  • [A hamlet of self catering holiday cottages near Oban, Argyll. The village is set amidst some of the most outstanding scenery on the west coast of Scotland and is the ideal destination for film & TV programme makers]

    Glasgow
  • → [ The Treasure Bunker ]

  • [High street shop specialising in GENUINE Militaria in Glasgow]

    Perthshire
  • → [ Stirling Flexible Lettings and Mackeanston House ]

  • [BRIDGEND COURT- Sleeps 4 Enjoys a quiet peaceful setting on the banks of the Allan Water in Dunblane]
  • → [ Stirling Flexible Lettings and Mackeanston House ]

  • [COOPERAGE QUAY - Each sleeping 4 Two luxury Apartments at Cooperage Quay in this new award winning development in the Riverside area of Stirling]
  • → [ Stirling Flexible Lettings and Mackeanston House ]

  • [MILL COURT - sleeps 2 A contemporary one bedroomed first floor Apartment in an historic Mill on the banks of the Allan Water in Dunblane]

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