Regions of the South of France
  • → [ Hanne Evans Production Services International Ltd ]

  • [The French Riviera is one of the most attractive and varied shooting areas in Europe]
    Hanne Evans Production Services International Ltd

  • → [ Manoir in Maulay ]

  • [A rural location of 100 acres of pasture land with 7 stables and a horse walker available]
    Manoir in Maulay
  • → [ Cottage in Maulay ]

  • [A rural location of 100 acres of pasture land with 7 stables and a horse walker available]
    Cottage in Maulay

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    Co. Meath
  • → [ Slane Castle Estate ]

  • [Features several courtyards, the smallest of which adjoins the side of the building. The stable courtyard was designed by Capability Brown in the late 1700s]
  • → [ Tattersalls Ireland ]

  • [The world renowned bloodstock sales company modern sales complex. Set in 220 acres of pasture land there is American barn stabling for 800 horses]

    Co. Monaghan
  • → [ Castle Leslie Estate ]

  • [The estate has a 1740's coaching yard and an equestrian centre with sidesaddle riders and a number of horse and carriages available locally including a horse drawn hearse]
    Castle Leslie Estate

    Co. Tipperary
  • → [ Rusheen House ]

  • [A unique pre-Georgian Farmhouse with access to several hundred acres of hill walking including the beautiful Black Hill. Has its own stables and is able to provide a Horse Wrangling facility for Film Shoots and help Actors with their horse riding skills]

    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

    Co Wexford
  • → [ Ballinkeele House ]

  • [Stables and yard, where Frigate, the first mare to win the Grand National back in 1889, was bred and trained]
    Ballinkeele House
  • → [ Woodbrook House ]

  • [There is an old stable yard, with original loose boxes and stalls, and a separate cattle yard, as well as two large Dutch barns and an unkempt walled garden]

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  • → [ Checkendon Equestrian Centre ]

  • [Provides the perfect location for Film and TV Shoots. Woodlands, fields and gallops are available to film in and the Equestrian Centre itself provides the perfect Unit Base]
  • → [ Newbury Racecourse ]

  • [Filming locations include not only the racecourse itself but stables and weighing rooms, restaurants, a golf course, conference rooms, 360 acres of countryside and a large open space exhibition hall waiting to be transformed to accommodate any brief]
    Newbury Racecourse
  • → [ 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 including a stables with an arena]

  • → [ Nether Winchendon House ]

  • [In the grounds there is a stable yard with a large high beamed carriage barn, loose boxes, harness room and grooms loft]
  • → [ Shardeloes Farm Equestrian Centre ]

  • [Set in 500 acres of rolling Chiltern Countryside. Facilities at Shardeloes Farm include Stabling indoor and outdoor with ample hard standing flood lit all weather outdoor ménages and 1 indoor ménage. Cross Country Course, including a water jump, steps and many more. Single track lanes, large post and rail paddocks throughout the estate. Pheasant pens and game shoot facilities]

  • → [ Arley Hall & Gardens ]

  • [The Estate's 2,000 acres featuring a beautiful undulating park, ancient woodland, seven miles of private roads, a secluded hamlet and lake, and cobbled stable yard also present countless film and photo opportunities in an undisturbed environment]
  • → [ Peover Hall, Gardens & Park ]

  • [The Grade I listed stables are the finest of their kind, built in 1654, were a gift from Ellen Mainwaring to her son Thomas, who became baronet in 1660]

  • → [ Stables at Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park ]

  • [The surrounding country park has within it 55 listed buildings and heritage sites including Stables. c.1850 - The stables, dairy, smithy, sawmill and stores, all essential to the running of the estate. (not open to the public)]
    Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park

  • → [ Tor Royal ]

  • [Can provide riding facilities, are able to train Actors to ride for Period Drama and can source horses for the shoot whilst providing a 'Horse Wrangling' service as well]

  • → [ Culeaze House ]

  • [Through the estate runs The River Piddle, which provides challenging chalksteam fishing in beatiful surroundings. There is also the livery with 18 stables, yard, tack room, individual fodder barns and nursery. Currently there is grazing at Culeaze for 20 horses]
  • → [ Higher Melcombe Manor ]

  • [The estate includes a working farm with barns stables and two small fishing lakes]
  • → [ Nether Cerne ]

  • [Buildings include a Victorian coach house and stabling, a traditional barn, traditional and modern farm buildings in arable farmland with riverside meadows and rolling hills]
    Nether Cerne
  • → [ Stock Gaylard Estate ]

  • [The stables are close to the house as is the walled garden and old ‘wash down’ for horse and carriages. There are Equestrian Facilities nearby with the capacity to help with Riding Tuition for members of the cast]
  • → [ Tatton Estate ]

  • [A working polo yard and ground and an eventing/Hunter trail course with rare access to a working hunt kennels (including hunt and kennel staff)]

  • → [ Bovingdon Hall ]

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

  • → [ The Gregg School ]

  • [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 and at the rear of the house is a recently refurbished stable block dating back to 1836]
    The Gregg School

  • → [ Cabalva Farms ]

  • [Situated in one of the most beautiful locations in the United Kingdom, is a private family estate compromising 600 acres of farmland, forestry and historic buildings (grade 2* listed including stables and houses) in the stunning setting of the Wye Valley and the Black Mountains]

  • → [ Bilsington Priory Estate ]

  • [Set in 1,000 acres of beautiful countryside with 600 acres of woodland and it's own Equestrian Centre. There is an Edwardian Stable Block with 46 stables and indoor and outdoor arenas. The centre can provide a Horse Wrangling service for many types of Period Drama]
  • → [ Cobham Manor Equestrian Centre ]

  • [Located on the famous Pilgrims Way and based at the foot of the downs. It is a beautiful area and is fortunate to be 5 minutes from a main line station to London, 5 minutes from the M20 and the motorway network and 30 minutes from the Channel Tunnel and an hour from Dover]

  • → [ Wimbledon Village Stables ]

  • [EXCEPTIONAL HORSE RIDING IN LONDON - A quaint and historic stable yard dating back to the 1800's. It is located behind the Dog & Fox which was a former coaching Inn used by travelers from London en route to Brighton after Putney Bridge was opened in 1729]

  • → [ Felbrigg Lodge ]

  • [Set within an 8-acre oasis of beautiful grounds there is ample parking for lorries and there are stables to house horses, animals or props]
    Felbrigg Lodge
  • → [ Raynham Hall ]

  • [An earlier incarnation of the Townshend residence now forms the picturesque stable-yard adjacent to the lake. Surrounded by extensive parkland and 5,000 acres of farmland, Raynham is approached by a tree lined drive]

  • → [ Seaton Delaval ]

  • [Cathedral like stables with vast grandiose stalls]

  • → [ York House ]

  • [The house has wonderful views across the countryside with not a single neighbour in site. The formal gardens which include the large lake are in the process of being landscaped. There is also woodland, an overgrown orchard, a modern stable block and 2 large pasture fields]

  • → [ The Hood Arms ]

  • [Stabling and a large Sand Arena over looking the bay to Wales is ¼ of mile away from this 17th century coaching Inn. The pub is situated on the A39 at the foot of the Quantock Hills, close to the spectacular fossil beach at Kilve]
  • → [ Orchardleigh House ]

  • [Also included in the grounds is the Victorian stable block which remains as such from the outside, but inside have been converted into modem self catering holiday cottages which sleep from 2 to 12 people]
    Orchardleigh House
  • → [ Yarlington House ]

  • [The gate posts and stables are 18th century and there is a Mulberry tree in the middle of the courtyard]
    Yarlington House

  • → [ 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]

  • → [ Loseley Park ]

  • [There is also a lovely stable-yard with Victorian stalls and a carriage store and there is parkland in with extensive fields and woodland stretching up to the North Downs]
  • → [ Oldencraig Equestrian Centre ]

  • [Set in the heart of the Surrey Countryside not too far from Shepperton Studios. Comprises excellent facilities including a Bar, Bistro, swimming pool and Luxury Accommodation whilst filming on site]
  • → [ Sandown Park Racecourse ]

  • [World famous racecourse with pre parade ring and stables. Within 15 miles of Central London and has parking for up to 3,000 cars, situated outside the congestion zone!]
    Sandown Park

  • → [ Abberley Hall ]

  • [The estate offers major heritage buildings – the Clock Tower, the Stable Yard and Chapel, the two Lodges, the Walled Garden and the Victorian Gardens]
  • → [ 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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  • → [ Emral Gardens Caravan Park ]

  • [20 Luxury pitches located next to a restored lilly pond in the old gardens and is surrounded by our stud farm of 200 acres. The estate comprises woodland with a brook running through, open land with fishing pond, fields and paddocks]

  • → [ Bythynnod Bryn Caled Cottages ]

  • [Y Beudy, boasting a hot tub is a traditional Welsh 18th century stone built long barn conversion. Carreg y Nant and Tyddyn Lliw are brand new barn conversions with private hot tubs and landscaped gardens. All three are on the outskirts of the village of Llanuwchllyn near Bala, on an 8 acre equine farm which breeds world renowned Welsh Cob horses]

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    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

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  • → [ Logie Elphinstone House ]

  • [The 140 acres of private estate has miles of walks and tracks for cycling and riding and there will be a sand paddock and cross country course for 2011]

  • → [ Glenlivet House ]

  • [Once a Victorian shooting lodge, now a private home, with a converted steading behind. Surrounding the house are gardens and paddocks of about 3 acres including stabling and outbuildings. With ample parking and space for large vehicles]
    Glenlivet House

  • → [ Montrave House ]

  • [set within its own, well established grounds now at 250 acres the estate also has a walled garden for guests to investigate and the old stables are still in use]

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