• → [ Guernsey Film Commission ]

  • [Film locations of all types including Country Houses & Manor Houses]
  • → [ Island of Jersey ]

  • [A host of both period and modern architecture and number of period residences built in traditional granite]

  • → [ Aldermaston Manor House ]

  • [The Manor House is set in 137 acres of beautiful Berkshire park and woodland. Steeped in History the building has many features original to this 1848 building but also those saved from the previous, 1636 Manor of Aldermaston. Thand carved cherrywood staircase covering 3 levels, 19 cherrywood 3/4 sized figures and much of the buildings stained glass and exterior features all date from the 1636 house]
    Aldermaston Manor House
  • → [ Bearwood College ]

  • [Built 1868 and is of red brick with ample stone dressings in the Jacobean style, but with an admixture of French motifs. The mansion shows us two faces - the strong, masculine, grand appearance of the Northern facade and the more gentle, domestic South]
  • → [ Cumberland Lodge ]

  • [A stunning 17th century mansion and former Royal house, is surrounded by 4,500 acres of an equally stunning Windsor Great Park]
  • → [ Lillibrooke Manor ]

  • [The Medevial Manor House is set in a 15 acre estate, previously a working farm and now a setting for corporate events, filming, product launches, gala dinners and weddings. This is the perfect antidote to a hotel or conference centre!]
  • → [ Mapledurham Estate ]

  • [The house, the estate and the mill date back over 900 years to Doomsday]
    Mapledurham Estate
  • → [ Wickham House ]

  • [Situated in spectacular landscaped grounds Wickham House offers an abundance of original and varied visual scenes, and superb Camera Positions for Filming the rich and varied surroundings]

  • → [ Bristol Film Office ]

  • [Offers a vast choice of city locations including suburban areas & country estates]
    Bristol Film Office
  • → [ Leigh Court ]

  • [An impressive Grade II* listed mansion house, set in 25 acres of stunning private parkland, creating a breath-taking backdrop for any filming requirements. Located in rural Abbots Leigh, Bristol, Leigh Court has easy access to the M5 and M4, Bristol City Centre and Bristol Airport, providing a readily accessible location]

  • → [ Chenies Manor House ]

  • [A C15 & C16 (with earlier parts) early red brick fortified Manor House with 22 ornamental Tudor chimneys approached by a long gravel drive. The estate covers approximately 400 acres]
    Chenies Manor House
  • → [ Nether Winchendon House ]

  • [A unique Strawberry Hill Gothick medieval Tudor Manor House situated in a beautiful valley at the foot of the Chilterns. The house interior includes a 12th Century Great Hall and 16th Century dining room with unusual carved oak frieze and painted linenfold panelling
  • → [ Stoke Park ]

  • [As a film location, Stoke Park has played host to the most memorable game of golf in cinema history]
    Stoke Park Club

  • → [ Anstey Hall ]

  • [Situated very near to Cambridge, Anstey Hall is an ideal location for many types of Period Drama and provides a wonderful backdrop for stills and photo' shoots]
  • → [ Childerley Hall and Gardens ]

  • [Four acres of romantic gardens, renowned for its old-fashioned roses, majestic lawns, elegant lake and restored Jacobean chapel]

  • → [ Abbey Gate College ]

  • [Has a medieval gatehouse with a Victorian Manor house and gardens]
    Abbey Gate College
  • → [ Arley Hall & Gardens ]

  • [An impressive Victorian country house, built in the Jacobean style. The Hall has a number of spacious, naturally-lit staterooms, each given its own character by the elaborate plasterwork, panelling and impressive working fireplaces. From the magnificent oak-panelled Library, the Drawing Room with its elaborate gilding to the Gallery with its stained glass windows, the Hall offers a series of historic, opulent and authentic backdrops]
  • → [ The Etrop Grange Hotel ]

  • [The stately faҫade is matched by a luxurious interior that reflects the character of the Georgian era. A gracious Grade II listed Georgian Mansion]
    The Etrop Grange Hotel
  • → [ Adlington Hall ]

  • [The Hall is a manor house, quadrangular in shape, and was at one time surrounded by a moat. Two sides of the courtyard and the east wing were built in 1581 in the typical 'black and white' Cheshire style. The south front and west wing were added between 1749 and 1757 and are built of red brick with handsome stone portico and four Ionic columns]
    Adlington Hall
  • → [ Peover Hall, Gardens & Park ]

  • [This Elizabethan house was built in 1585 by Sir Randle Mainwaring, although it is believed that the Mainwaring family lived on the site some time before that – the outline of an earlier moated building can be seen on site of the still-active sawmill]

  • → [ 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
  • → [ 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]
  • → [ Tresillian House ]

  • [Built in 1846 Tresillian house is set in 22 acres of garden and wooded ground with a further 30 acres of fileds]
  • → [ 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]

  • → [ Brathay Hall ]

  • [Brathay Hall is set in 360 acres of mature woodland and rolling pasture, at the head of Lake Windermere]
  • → [ Broadgate & Duddon Hall Estates ]

  • [Two Georgian houses in close proximity together with 6,000 acres of Cumbrian fell land, small dry stone wall enclosed fields and substantial woodlands]
  • → [ Holker Hall ]

  • [This handsome rose coloured neo-Elizabethan mansion and its Gardens provide a soft and gentle contrast to the ruggedness of the Lakeland countryside]
    Holker Hall

  • → [ Horsleygate Hall ]

  • [A beautiful stone-built Gentleman's resident and farm buildings set in 17.5 acres of peaceful, bucolic Peak District Countryside and award-winning gardens. Many original features remain of the house, gardens, kitchen gardens and outbuildings]
  • → [ Renishaw Hall & Gardens ]

  • [An enormous house, with long corridors and beautiful rooms. Its gardens - designed at the end of the 19th century by Sir George Sitwell - are among the finest in the Italian style in the country]
    Renishaw Hall & Gardens

  • → [ Bantham Estate ]

  • [The list of possible locations is endless, with many areas containing interesting and unique features - a private villa on the water and a stunning beach to go with it]
  • → [ Deer Park Country House Hotel ]

  • [Inside the Georgian walls of The Deer Park Country House Hotel, history doesn't just echo; it booms. Large fireplaces, mahogany, a vast sweeping staircase and an original leaded window in the bar mentioned in the hotel's Grade 2 listing are just some features of this quintessentially English Country House]
  • → [ Hillersdon House ]

  • [A Victorian manor house built in the late-Georgian style. It sits in 200 acres of parkland, lakes, pasture and woodland, looking out across a beautiful private valley towards the Blackdown Hills]
  • → [ Northcote Manor ]

  • [Has the atmosphere of a cherished wisteria clad 18th century manor house. This grade 2 listed stone building was originally a monastery to which the Victorians added a wing and a cob walled garden with ornamental fish pond next to wild orchards. Our more recent summer house addition is in the Victorian style]
  • → [ Ugbrooke House ]

  • [The Estate at has a history covering 900 years. The Manor House sits foursquare and strong in the centre of Capability Brown Parkland parkland. Remodelled by Robert Adam in the 1760s, the house has a magnificently restored interior]

  • → [ Higher Melcombe Manor ]

  • [A Grade 1 Elizabethan house built around 1570, nestles in its own beautiful valley. It has far reaching views over fields and woodland. The approach is by a private road along an avenue of lime trees, then under a magnificent copper beech to the garden]
  • → [ Hooke Court ]

  • [A beautiful 14th century manor house set in 14 acres of tranquil, mature parkland. Has many original features, including a Tudor fireplace, Victorian porch, stone mullioned windows and Victorian fireplace carved with the Paulet family crest]
  • → [ The Langtry Manor Hotel ]

  • [Situated near to the Jurassic Coastline the Edwardian, Langtry Manor Hotel, would make a perfect location for certain types of Period Drama. In 1877 the future King Edward VII bought a plot of land in a secluded area of the East Cliff in Bournemouth for the woman he loved, Lillie Langtry. He told her that she could design a home for the two of them]
  • → [ Nether Cerne ]

  • [A quintessentially English setting of an attractive flint manor house, cottages and other buildings set in riverside meadows and rolling hills of the stunning Dorset countryside]
    Nether Cerne
  • → [ Stock Gaylard Estate ]

  • [A small traditional country estate just over 4 miles from Sturminster Newton and 8 miles from Sherborne in Dorset. The estate is approximately 1700 acres with around 300 acres of predominantly oak woodland, 80 acres of common land and an enclosed 80 acre deer park with a small lake]
  • → [ The Tudor Grange Hotel ]

  • [Built in 1927 using materials from a mansion built during the Tudor period. Any new materials used have been made to full Tudor specifications, so the whole building looks authentically Tudor. Interiors have decorated ceilings, oak panelling and large fireplaces, leaded windows and a magnificent staircase]

    Durham County
  • → [ Burnhopeside Hall ]

  • [The Country House provides a beautiful setting and is surrounded by 18 acres of gardens and woodland, which merge with the Estate's farmland and woodland, providing 475 acres of private areas for walking and cycling and 3/4 mile of river. ]
  • → [ The Hall Garth Hotel ]

  • [A stunning period property with extensive grounds. It has its own 9 hole 72 par golf course, a beautiful indoor swimming pool together with a steam room, Jacuzzi, sauna, gymnasium, solarium and beauty salon]
    The Hall Garth Hotel
  • → [ Rockliffe Hall ]

  • [An AA-rated 5* leisure resort set within 375 acres on the banks of the River Tees just outside the village of Hurworth]

  • → [ Braxted Park ]

  • [A a country house in the Queen Anne style set in a landscaped 2,000 acre park]
  • → [ Bovingdon Hall ]

  • [The house is accompanied by two cottages, paddocks, a manège, three large Essex barns and a working historic stable yard]
  • → [ Creeksea Place ]

  • [A Tudor mansion originally built in 1569 the house retains many unrestored rooms and original features as well as newly refurbished areas such as the 16th Century Panel Room, and is surrounded by a large lake-lawn with a Victorian bridge, walled garden and former orchard. The venue also offers parking space and adequate electrical power for lighting and generator connection]
  • → [ Fennes ]

  • [Our Georgian manor house is set amidst 100 acres of stunning grounds and manicured gardens, this romantic picturesque setting. While the manor has an intimate atmosphere, it is still undeniably grandeur. The high ceilings, spacious rooms and opulent décor provide an impressive setting for either photoshoots or cinematography]
  • → [ Hylands House ]

  • [Originally built in 1730, as an elegant Neo-Classical villa with opulent period interiors from both the Georgian & Victorian eras and surrounded by 574 acres of peaceful parkland]
  • → [ Parklands, Quendon Hall ]

  • [A luxurious mansion and country estate, overlooking beautifully manicured grounds and nestled on 100 acres of deer park with deer roaming the landscape]

  • → [ Aylworth Manor ]

  • [This unique 500 year old property situated in the beautiful Gloucestershire countryside provides not only a wonderful location for filming many types of period drama but also perfect camera positions for filming the surrounding beautiful vistas]
  • → [ Barnsley House & Spa ]

  • [A 17th-century House built of locally quarried Cotswold stone set in a lovely 4.5 acre Arts and Crafts style garden by Rosemary Verey. With 150 acres of privately owned farmland the house directly overlooks 35 acres of unspoiled meadows on the banks of the River Colne]
    Barnsley House
  • → [ Bromesberrow Estate ]

  • [At the centre of the Estate is Bromesberrow Place, a Regency Greek revival Grade 2 listed house]
  • → [ The Court ]

  • [An historic 17th century Cotswold home in the stunning Cotswold village of Chipping Campden. Every room enjoys original period features, wonderful views across the village or Cotswold countryside. Has extensive mature gardens with a well kept tennis court]
  • → [ Frampton Court Estate ]

  • [Set in over 1500 Acres of countryside it provides not only a wonderful selection of locations for Period Drama but is a superb Grade 1 listed 18th Century Country House with authentic interiors which make it an Art Director's/Production Designer's dream]
  • → [ The Miserden Estate ]

  • [The Miserden Estate would be ideal for many types of Period Drama and would also make an excellent Production Headquarters]
  • → [ Party Manor's ]

  • [For 9 completely unique potential locations all of which have the capacity to accommodate senior members of the cast and crew and with sufficient land to be used as Production Headquarters whilst filming in those areas]
  • → [ South Cotswolds and Severn Vale ]

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

  • [A fine Georgian mansion house built c.1750]
  • → [ Westonbirt House ]

  • [Located in the heart of the Cotswolds and standing within 200 acres of private parkland, Westonbirt House is one of the country's finest examples of Victorian architecture. Westonbirt's distinct personality and extensive facilities offer a unique and flexible venue]
  • → [ Willowside House And Farm ]

  • [With 150 acres of privately owned farmland, the 17th century house directly overlooks 35 acres of unspoiled meadows on the banks of the River Colne, with unrivalled views]

  • → [ The Breamore Estate ]

  • [striking Elizabethan mansion which offers a wide range of richly furnished staterooms]
  • → [ The Gregg School ]

  • [Townhill Park House dates from around 1790 and was extended and re-designed in an Italian-style in 1911. It is set in 20 acres of parkland, formal gardens, an apple orchard and an arboretum. On the northern boundary is an impressive avenue of lime trees over 200 metres in length]
    The Gregg School
  • → [ Houghton Lodge ]

  • [A Romantic and picturesque gothic style Georgian "Cottage Ornee" built in 1798 including a courtyard and coach houses. Outside features include a restored 18th-century garden, 15 acres of lawns and water meadows that sweep down to the river where there is also a landing stage]
    Houghton Lodge

  • → [ Brinsop Court Manor House ]

  • [A country house set in the heart of 800 acres of woodland. The house itself can provide exterior facades from 3 different periods 14thC, 16thC and early 20thC]
  • → [ Moccas Court ]

  • [A Grade 1 listed Georgian house perched above terraced banks over the meandering river Wye and set in 14 acres of rolling countryside, Deer Park and sunken fern gardens traversed by a bridge leading to the original ice house. The imposing building belies an elegant family home of real intimacy and charm with tranquil vistas of some of the finest landscape in Britain]

  • → [ Batchwood Hall ]

  • [An 18th century Mansion House set in 33 acres of lavish woodland. A classic building which can be the perfect backdrop to any scene oozes character and really comes alive at night!]
  • → [ The Harpenden House Hotel ]

  • [A beautiful Grade II listed Georgian town house with a rich history set in the country Market Town of Harpenden. Many of the original period features remain, including a large 18th Century fireplace]
    The Harpenden House Hotel
  • → [ Hatfield House ]

  • [Built in 1607 and is a fine Jacobean House and Garden in a spectacular countryside setting, just 20 miles north of London. Buildings on the estate include, Tudor banqueting hall with beamed ceiling, Farm buildings, Period cottages and houses, Victorian estate offices and adjoining 12th century church]
    Hatfield House
  • → [ High Elms Manor ]

  • [One of the finest and most dignified medium-sized estates in the county. The house is situated in 21 acres of park and woodland, provides the perfect ambiance for filming]
    High Elms Manor

    Isle of Wight
  • → [ Arreton Manor ]

  • [Largely built in the 16th Century and has been lovingly looked after over the years. It is a stunning building set within 5 acres of landscaped formal gardens which have been designed and created by the present owners]

  • → [ Bilsington Priory Estate ]

  • [Set in 1,000 acres of beautiful countryside with 600 acres of woodland and it's own Equestrian Centre the Estate has an Edwardian Manor House to Film in, an Edwardian Stable Block with 46 stables and indoor and outdoor arenas, 7 acres of formal gardens and of course the old priory building St Augustines]
  • → [ Eastwell Manor ]

  • [A stunning Jacobean style Manor house complete with court yards, Italian gardens, a secret garden and vistas over the Kentish Downs]
  • → [ Finchcocks ]

  • [A fine early Georgian Manor in a beautifully unspoilt setting in the Kent Countryside]
  • → [ Kent Film Office ]

  • [Offers a wide and diverse range of locations that encompass grand country houses in stunning landscapes]
    Kent Film Office
  • → [ Oakwood House ]

  • [A superb refurbished Victorian mansion set in Oakwood Park near Maidstone. many wonderful original period rooms and features including our oak panelled Study and our large Billiard room. The staircase in the main hall is also a wonderful feature. There are lovely gardens and terraces including a Victorian Verandah]
    Oakwood House
  • → [ The Port Lympne Mansion ]

  • [Nestled in the heart of a spectacular 600 acres park is a stunning 1920's mansion, which boasts many interesting and unique architectural features including art deco mural rooms. The house sits among 15 acres of magnificent landscaped gardens with views across Romney marsh and the channel to France]
  • → [ Saint Ronan's School ]

  • [Saint Ronan's School is set in Tongswood House, a rambling Victorian mansion surrounded by 240 acres of Wealden countryside. The interior boasts much of the original splendour of a house of its type, with copious wood panelling and parquet flooring]
    Saint Ronan's School

  • → [ Breedon Hall ]

  • [This Georgian hall is really a first class place to accommodate senior members of the cast and crew]
  • → [ Grace Dieu Manor School ]

  • [Built in the Tudor Gothic Style and set in 120 acres of beautiful grounds and farmland in the heart of Charnwood Forest]
    Grace Dieu Manor School
  • → [ Oakham School ]

  • [Rich in history and is perfect for many types of Period Drama, which together with it's extensive and attractive grounds make it the perfect location and also a Unit Base/Production Headquarters when filming in this evocative part of the Country]
  • → [ Staunton Harold Hall ]

  • [Situated in 2000 acres of it's own land thereby affording brilliant privacy, Staunton Harold provides wonderful camera positions for filming the fantastic exterior of the Estate and Production Designers and Art Directors will love the authentic interiors they are absolutely stunning]
  • → [ West Heath School ]

  • [The Old House is an 18th century building steeped in history]

  • → [ Hatfield House ]

  • [Built in 1607 and is a fine Jacobean House and Garden in a spectacular countryside setting, just 20 miles north of London. Buildings on the estate include, Tudor banqueting hall with beamed ceiling, Farm buildings, Period cottages and houses, Victorian estate offices and adjoining 12th century church]
    Hatfield House

  • → [ Knowsley Hall ]

  • [Soaring towers and elegantly proportioned architecture developed over its 600 years of history]
    Knowsley Hall
  • → [ Poulton Hall ]

  • [Not a stately home, but a rambling country house on the Wirral, with interiors of various periods mainly Victorian, interesting outbuildings, cellars, attics and period features from 17th to 20th century]
    Poulton Hall

  • → [ Bressingham ]

  • [An original Edwardian Manor house with unspoilt interior and 12 acres of glorious gardens]
  • → [ Felbrigg Lodge ]

  • [Set within an 8-acre oasis of beautiful grounds with a collection of bungalow suites that offer luxury accommodation. There is also the Pool and Gym and The Ivy Restaurant]
    Felbrigg Lodge
  • → [ Hoveton Hall & Estate ]

  • [The estate covers around 120 acres of gardens and parkland and 450 acres of arable land, as well as acres of glorious woodland. At the heart is a fine Regency house built of gault brick with a slate roof]
  • → [ Raynham Hall ]

  • [A stunning 17th century stately home in the heart of the west Norfolk countryside – Raynham Hall is surrounded by acres of parkland, farmland and forest within a few miles away from the awe inspiring North Norfolk coastline, fishing villages and the Royal Family's Sandringham estate]

  • → [ Chipchase Castle ]

  • [Set within over 3,000 acres of farmland and forestry is a marvellous Jacobean mansion]
  • → [ Capheaton Hall ]

  • [Designed and built in 1668. The influence being Italian with huge pilasters and highly decorated doors and window frames. Added to the original house are the West and East wing, in classic style providing a very symmetrical north entrance]
  • → [ Longridge Towers School ]

  • [A magnificent Grade 2 listed Victorian mansion in over eighty acres of beautiful grounds and consist of woodland, lawns and playing fields. The main building was built in the 1880s by Lord Jerningham and was one of the largest private houses in the north of Northumberland]
    Longridge Towers School
  • → [ Matfen Hall Hotel ]

  • [A magnificent gothic house built in 1832 in an age of wealth and prosperity and set, as the best always were, in landscaped parkland]
  • → [ Seaton Delaval Hall ]

  • [Built between 1718 and 1728 is a stunning example of its type]

  • → [ East Bridgford Hill ]

  • [A boutique Grade 2 listed Georgian home with a Victorian Walled Garden nestling in the Nottinghamshire countryside with wonderful views overlooking the valley]
  • → [ Langar Hall ]

  • [Set in a 19th-century manor and surrounded by lush parkland and gently sloping hills offering some wonderful camera positions]
  • → [ Strelley Hall ]

  • [A beautiful Grade II listed Georgian mansion set in the splendidly-preserved Strelley village, about 4 miles NW of Nottingham]

  • → [ Kingston Bagpuize House ]

  • [Built originally in the 1660's, the house seen today is largely the result of remodelling done in the early 1700's]
    Kingston Bagpuize House
  • → [ Rhodes House Oxford ]

  • [Designed by Herbert Baker, Rhodes House reflects a number of influences: Cape Dutch farmhouse, English country mansion, and the arts and crafts movements of the 1900s. The function rooms and Gardens can be hired on an exclusive basis for filming]
  • → [ Rockwell End Victorian House and Farm ]

  • [Victorian House and Farm in Henley on Thames]

  • → [ Oakham School ]

  • [Rich in history and is perfect for many types of Period Drama, which together with it's extensive and attractive grounds make it the perfect location and also a Unit Base/Production Headquarters when filming in this evocative part of the Country]

  • → [ The Citadel ]

  • [Built in 1820s and constructed in local salmon-red sandstone, it is ingeniously designed in the form of three interlinked towers, set to the points of an isosceles triangle, and the crenellations and cross-loops give the house more than a touch of history and romance]
  • → [ Shipton Hall ]

  • [An exquisite specimen of Elizabethan Architecture set in a quaint old fashioned garden]

  • → [ Chalice Hill House ]

  • [This gracious and elegant Georgian manor house is set in its own grounds in the heart of Glastonbury. It has a wonderful view over the town that is Somerset's legendary, mystical and spiritual centre. The house is surrounded by trees and is therefore secluded and quiet even though close to the heart of Glastonbury]
  • → [ Edington House ]

  • [Dating from the mid 1600's, it is an ideal location for Period Drama. The beautiful drawing room overlooks the lawn and terrace and many of the other rooms retain original panelling along with fascinating alcoves, arches and fine wooden and stone floors]
  • → [ Forde Abbey ]

  • [A former Cistercian monastery dating from the 12th century surrounded by 30 acres of award winning gardens and at the heart of a 1600 acre estate with farmland and woodland]
  • → [ The Lynch Country House ]

  • [This superb Regency house is set in lush countryside on the edge of the delightful medieval market town of Somerton, the ancient capital of Wessex. It is surrounded by an idyllic landscape of lovely woodland and lawned gardens complete with a lake]
  • → [ 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
  • → [ Miller's At Glencot House ]

  • [Built in grand Jacobean style, boasts the most elegantly theatrical interior of any country house hotel]
    Miller's At Glencot House
  • → [ Monkton Combe School ]

  • [Set in the beautiful rural location of the Midford Valley near the World Heritage City of Bath, Monkton Combe with its extensive grounds and elegant stone buildings provides the perfect backdrop for stills shoots and many types of Period Drama for Film and TV]
  • → [ Orchardleigh House ]

  • [A magnificent 42 bedroomed Victorian Stately home set within 550 acres of unspoiled parkland. Rooms contain original features such as crystal wall candle sconces and ornate ceiling work, original stained glass windows and cunningly hidden pews, a Victorian kitchen, with the old table original ovens and Belfast sinks]
    Orchardleigh House
  • → [ Yarlington House ]

  • [Yarlington House was built in 1782, this was very much the heyday of Georgian architecture and the results speak for themselves: built of mellow brick with stone facings, it is a perfect example of the period both inside and out. The rooms are light, spacious and gracious and the gardens give endless variety]
    Yarlington House
  • → [ Winford Manor Hotel ]

  • [Set at the head of the beautiful Chew Valley within seven acres of parkland, surrounded by a wide selection of native trees and an impressive array of wildlife, Winford Manor is the perfect setting. The wind of change has swept through this lovely building, where the rooms have been sympathetically renovated by local builders]

  • → [ Sandon Hall ]

  • [A neo-Jacobean home of the Earls of Harrowby. The building is surrounded by 400 acres of rolling parkland which includes a notable arboretum and several monuments/follies]
    Sandon Hall

  • → [ Culford Hall ]

  • [A magnificent 18th century mansion within 480 acres of beautiful Suffolk parkland. The iron bridge of 1803 crosses the river Lark flowing beside the formal gardens and terraces into a large lake. The beautiful parish church lies within the grounds]
  • → [ Haughley House ]

  • [Haughley House is a medieval manor house with Georgian additions which retains the country house style of a more leisurely age. Rooms of the house include an oak panelled drawing room, an attractive sitting room and an elegant dining room]
  • → [ Lanwades Hall ]

  • [A historic Tudor manor house in the heart of East Anglia just 85 minutes from London and within easy driving distance of Stansted Airport]
  • → [ Newbourne Hall ]

  • [Tudor and Early Stuart manor house]
    Newbourne Hall
  • → [ Sotterley Estate ]

  • [The picturesque setting of Sotterley Estate, with its rolling parkland, lake and ancient woodland surrounding the fine Georgian mansion and the 12-Century St Margaret's Church, makes it an ideal film and TV location]

  • → [ Addington Palace ]

  • [Addington Palace is a Grade II* listed Palladian Style Mansion within 163 acres of Surrey's finest countryside]
  • → [ Claremont Fan Court School ]

  • [A 96 acre estate surrounds a Grade 1 Listed Mansion built in 1750 provides a breathtaking and stunning backdrop as well as many elegant rooms]
    Claremont Fan Court School
  • → [ Loseley Park ]

  • [A fine example of Elizabethan architecture with royal connections. It was built in 1562 by Sir William More and visited by Queen Elizabeth 1]
  • → [ Richmond Gate Hotel ]

  • [An elegant eighteenth century building situated at the top of Richmond Hill. To the right of the Hotel is Richmond Terrace with magnificent view across the Thames Valley, to the left are 2,500 acres of Richmond Royal Park, home to herds of red and fallow deer]
    Richmond Gate Hotel
  • → [ The Richmond Hill Hotel ]

  • [Incorporating an impressive Georgian manor, the oldest part of the hotel dates back to 1726. Much of the original character in this Grade II listed building has been retained to present an interior of grandeur, elegance and comfort, making it one of the finest Richmond hotels]
    The Richmond Hill Hotel
  • → [ Northbrook Park ]

  • [A Grade II listed eighteenth-century manor house with historic features and stunning gardens surrounding are being kept in a pristine condition. Equally as imposing are the spectacular 120 acres of parkland with mature trees, several tranquil lakes and an abundance of wildlife]
  • → [ Smallfield Place ]

  • [Grade II *listed Jacobean Manor House surrounded by beautiful formal grounds. It is set in a secluded rural location]
  • → [ Whitgift School ]

  • [Has a history spanning six centuries]
    Whitgift School

  • → [ Great Ballard School ]

  • [A magnificent, historic, Regency country house set in its own extensive stunning grounds in the beautiful Sussex countryside on the southern edge of the South Downs National Park]
  • → [ The Honeybridge Estate ]

  • [Regency-style house overlooking the stunning South Downs with fantastic camera positions for filming the surrounding countryside, the Honeybridge Estate provides the perfect backdrop for many types of Period Drama]
  • → [ The Ravenswood Hotel ]

  • [The natural presence and old world charm of this majestic 15th Century Sussex Manor House place it in perfect harmony with what is surely one of the most beautiful settings in rural Sussex]
    The Ravenswood Hotel
  • → [ St Andrew's School ]

  • [All Saints Chapel chapel was built in 1874. The listed chapel in the style of High Victorian Gothic Revival is noted for polychrome effects, geometric tiling and an unusual gallery, supported on marble pillars]
    St Andrew's School
  • → [ Slindon College ]

  • [Offers a location for many different types of Production from Period Drama to Commercials and Stills shoots]

  • → [ Littleton Manor ]

  • [An historic 17th century Jacobean Manor house set in 2 acres of semi-formal gardens which include wide, sweeping lawns, leafy arbours and a lavender and box knot garden to the front of the property]
    Littleton Manor
  • → [ Walton Wood Farm ]

  • [A stunning, contemporary residence with a "wow" factor centrally located in Warwickshire, set amidst seven acres of pasture and woodland]
  • → [ Warwick House ]

  • [This beautifully refurbished, prestigious venue is offered as a potential film location and Production HQ when filming in this beautiful part of Warwickshire and with fifteen luxurious suites]

    West Midlands
  • → [ Bantock House And Park ]

  • [A restored Georgian farmhouse with Edwardian oak panelled rooms, reflecting the popular Arts & Crafts movement. Sits within 43 acres of parkland that includes sports pitches. A conservatory has been faithfully reconstructed and the courtyard and outbuildings restored. The formal Edwardian style gardens boast many authentic features]
    Bantock House And Park
  • → [ Birmingham Museums ]

  • [Our properties include Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery, Thinktank Science Museum, Blakesley Hall, Aston Hall, Sarehole Mill, Weoley Castle, Soho House and Museum of the Jewellery quarter]

  • → [ 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
  • → [ Newhouse Estate ]

  • [A wonderful Grade I listed, Jacobean Manor House found twenty minutes South of the historic city of Salisbury on the Wiltshire/Hampshire border]
  • → [ 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

  • → [ Abberley Hall ]

  • [A splendid Victorian country house in the Graeco-Italianate style. The ground floor interior contains a complete scheme of Victorian classical decoration, which is now a rare survival and comparable with Osborne House on the Isle of Wight. In 1845 Abberley Hall was redesigned by Samuel Whitfield Daukes and includes fine plaster cornices ceilings, scagliola columns in the Hall and a stone cantilevered staircase with brass balustrade]

  • → [ Allerton Castle ]

  • [A magnificent gothic revival stately home; Grade 1 listed, and a beautifully preserved relic of the early modern aristocracy, set within open parkland in the spectacular North Yorkshire countryside]
  • → [ Burton Agnes Hall ]

  • [An exemplar of Elizabethan architecture at its height]
  • → [ Newby Hall ]

  • [Epitomises the Georgian 'Age of Elegance', a 17th Century house with its exquisite Adam interiors with 40 acres of award winning gardens, created in the early 1920's. Designed astride one of Europe's longest double herbaceous borders which slopes gently down to the River Ure, are numerous compartmented gardens]
    Newby Hall

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