• → [ Wickham House ]

  • [Wickham House offers an abundance of original and varied visual scenes, and superb Camera Positions for Filming the rich and varied surroundings including cottages on th estate]

  • → [ Burnside Park ]

  • [Nestling in the woods just three hundred meters from the shoreline of Windermere Lake on Bowness Bay, and just a short stroll of three hundred meters from the centre of Bowness village itself. The resort comprises of 46 luxury self catering cottages and apartments]

  • → [ 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]

  • → [ 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]

  • → [ Bromesberrow Estate ]

  • [Situated in 1,140 acres with 27 period cottages, 194 acres of managed woodland and beautifully landscaped gardens]
  • → [ 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]

  • → [ Breedon Hall ]

  • [There is a row of Mews cottages on site each of which can accommodate up to four people]

  • → [ The Barn Gallery ]

  • [The Barn Gallery, a Grade II Listed former farmhouse dating back to 1580 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 ]

  • [Within the farmland there is a Grade II listed thatched cottage of vernacular Lincolnshire 'mud and stud' construction wich has a 300 year old farmhouse kitchen]

  • → [ 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]
  • → [ 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 bedrooms]

  • → [ Towers above the rest accommodation ]

  • [Keepers Cottage is an 18th century cottage with oak panelling, exposed stone walls, genuine oak and pine doors, oak windows. The upper level is reached by a small twisting stone stairway]

  • → [ 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]

  • → [ Barons Hall ]

  • [An attractive and, probably, unique, Normandy style thatched 18th Century cottage annexed to a Grade II Listed house with a Georgian facade]
  • → [ The Honeybridge Estate ]

  • [The charming and picturesque Tudor Cottage may be the most modest property on the Honeybridge Estate, yet it has plenty to offer]
  • → [ 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. Downstairs in the main house there is an elegant dining room and a charming sitting room which leads onto a beautiful verandah overlooking the gardens]

  • → [ Corsham On Film ]

  • [A terraced row of 17th century Flemish weavers' cottages, with traces of Flemish influence and a link to sheep farming in the nearby Cotswolds]

  • → [ Avoncroft Museum ]

  • [Avoncroft Museum is home to over 30 different buildings and structures which have been rescued and re-built in rural Worcestershire]

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  • → [ Tyddyn Sargent Fishery ]

  • [Set in 8 acres of Welsh countryside Lakehouse Holidays at Tyddyn Sargent (Sargeant's Cottage) has 2 luxury cottages, Ty Teiliwr and Ty Llyn , a luxury 34' Caravan on site as well as converted barn]

  • → [ Llancaiach Fawr Manor & Visitor Centre ]

  • [Adjacent Visitor Centre complex in complementary vernacular style includes Exhibition, Gift Shop, Coffee lounge and Conservatory Restaurant plus 2 large multi-purpose rooms externally resembling a Barn and a row of cottages around a cobbled Courtyard]

  • → [ Tyn Y Coed ]

  • [A 48 acre private estate with many buildings cottages, a barn, a shop, a restaurant,stables and Equestrian Arena]

  • → [ Emral Gardens Caravan Park ]

  • [On the estate are interesting buildings such as The Old Lodge which is a unique building and would be suitable for Period Drama. The estate comprises woodland with a brook running through, open land with fishing pond, fields and paddocks]

  • → [ Bodnant Estate ]

  • [Stone cottages and farm buildings have been restored using traditional materials and techniques. Various houses, cottages & redundant out buildings are set in scenic positions on the Estate]

  • → [ Crogen Estate ]

  • [Bryn Awel is an exquisite Grade II Listed detached cottage. The property boasts the most stunning panoramic outlook across the Upper Dee Valley]

  • → [ Alexanderstone Manor ]

  • [Suitable for many types of Period Drama consisting of four properties, The Manor, The East Wing, The Coach House and The Cottage. Also provides accommodation for cast & Crew, together with ample places to park Unit Vehicles]

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    Co. Galway
  • → [ Weir Haven ]

  • [The unique fairytale design of the house with it’s "horseshoe" thatched roof, eyebrow windows and climbing roses will take you back in time whist the charming cottages gardens complete the feeling of serenity and charm]

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