• → [ The Luton Hoo Estate ]

  • [Offering a range of period buildings in a commanding rural setting, Luton Hoo Estate is widely recognised as a picturesque location. The traditional brick buildings of the historic Home Farm complex and the stately Lime Tree Avenue that stretches for nearly a mile are two such features that make Luton Hoo Estate a successful filming venue]
  • → [ The Old Palace Lodge ]

  • [Steeped in history the building dates back to the 18thCentury when it was converted from a farmhouse on the spot where Kingsbury Palace once stood, often frequented by the future King Henry II Plantagenet in the 12th Century]

  • → [ 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]
  • → [ Lillibrooke Manor ]

  • [The Medevial Manor House is set in a 15 acre estate, One of the main features is the Great Barn, one of the largest Grade II listed barns in the south of England]

  • → [ Folly Farm Centre ]

  • [Set in a 250-acre nature reserve overlooking Chew Valley Lake. The perfect venue for group accommodation and as a filming location. The Centre is equipped with a state-of-the-art purpose-built conference centre. Has easy parking and residential en-suite accommodation for up to 45 people]

  • → [ Nether Winchendon House ]

  • [In the grounds there is a tower which has stone stairs on the outside, a stable yard with a large high beamed carriage barn, loose boxes, harness room and grooms loft. The fields on the farm include water meadows which normally flood annually. Also available are a farm yard with a Dutch barn, crendon barns and a long workshop building]

  • → [ Childerley Hall and Gardens ]

  • [At the heart of the Estate is a 19th century Long Barn which is an interesting location in it's own right and a good base for filming the beautiful surrounding gardens and landscapes]

  • → [ Arley Hall & Gardens ]

  • [Olympia Barn; an C18th Barn which has been renovated to a very high standard. The combination between existing Arley heritage with a new contemporary twist and design, Olympia is a beautiful and versatile filming venue boasting its own private paved courtyard]
  • → [ Arley Hall & Gardens ]

  • [Tudor Barn, dating from 1604, with its vast ceiling and original beams and the Cruck Barn, dating from 1470]
  • → [ Castle Hill Farm Cheshire ]

  • [120 acres of stunning Cheshire countryside and farm buildings]
  • → [ Tatton Estate ]

  • [Has a varied set of locations including active dairy and rare breeds farms, pheasant and partridge shoots and an eventing/Hunter trail course]

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

  • [The surrounding country park has within it 55 listed buildings and heritage sites including Higher Deer House. 19th century - in the Grotton Plantation the ruins of a two storey fodder store for deer; and the ruined 18th century Pebble Seat facing south]
    Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park
  • → [ Hornacott ]

  • [A traditional 18th century Cornish stone farmhouse surrounded by two acres of gardens with glorious trees and secluded areas divided by the stream that winds through it]
  • → [ Trenderway Farm ]

  • [A beautiful working farm, a short distance from the stunning coastline of South East Cornwall between Polperro and Looe. There is a large group of wonderful buildings, traditional barns and outbuildings converted into delightful accommodation an event space and a meeting room]
  • → [ Trengove Farm ]

  • [The farmhouse and buildings are surrounded by open fields. Trengove is a working farm and retains all the charm of a bygone era. The house, dates back to the early 1600’s and is full of character, with beautiful stained-glass windows, huge granite fireplaces, original staircases and beamed ceilings. It was also the home of a notorious 19th century smuggler, William Burgess]
  • → [ 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 ]

  • [750 acres including 70 acres of 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]

  • → [ Broadgate & Duddon Hall Estates ]

  • [6,000 acres of Cumbrian fell land, farm land, small dry stone wall enclosed fields and substantial woodlands]
  • → [ New House Farm ]

  • [The House dates back to 1650 when it was part of Lord Egremont's Cumberland Estate. Period features now discovered include oak beams and rafters, flagged floors and stone open fireplaces. Outside there are 15 acres of open fields, woods, streams and ponds]

  • → [ 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]

  • → [ Bantham Estate ]

  • [The list of possible locations is endless, with many areas containing interesting and unique features - isolated farm buildings]
  • → [ Bickleigh Castle ]

  • [Has a stone fronted 17th century farmhouse with the cob and thatch]
    Bickleigh Castle
  • → [ Cranham House ]

  • [A stone built farmhouse with parts dating back 300 years and an oak framed barn. Set in 18 acres of bluebell woods and wild flower meadows with uninterrupted, breathtaking sea views from the fields of the property and garden of the house. A perfect locations for modern and period filming and photoshoots]
  • → [ Devon Country Barns ]

  • [Three newly renovated barns are surrounded by 12 acres of verdant green pasture, in their own valley, sloping down to the river Thrushell]
    Devon Country Barns
  • → [ Eggesford Barton House ]

  • [A unique, Grade 11 listed property over 300 years old. The house surrounds a large garden courtyard and is full of charm and character with pretty Georgian arched windows, exposed oak beams, original fireplaces and quirky sloping floors]
  • → [ Great Torrington ]

  • [Provides a unique opportunity for film makers looking for a rural location]
  • → [ Tor Royal ]

  • [Tor Royal would not only make the perfect Film Location for Period Drama, it can also be used as a Production Headquarters/Unit Base when filming in this popular area and can accommodate senior members of the cast & crew in comfort]
  • → [ Woodhayes ]

  • [Proudly overlooking the Otter Valley and Honiton, in what Daniel Defoe once called "the finest landscape in the world", rises Woodhayes, an elegant listed Georgian farmhouse]

  • → [ Higher Melcombe Manor ]

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

  • [Traditional and modern farm buildings and machinery set in arable farmland with riverside meadows and rolling hills. Buildings include a Victorian coach house & stabling and a traditional barn]
    Nether Cerne
  • → [ 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]

  • → [ 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]

  • → [ Fennes ]

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

  • → [ 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]
  • → [ Frampton Court Estate ]

  • [Tucked away in Frampton Court's Grade 1 listed park and garden is the stunning Orangery, a beautiful and eccentric 18th century garden house, while the magnificent 16th century Wool Barn dominates the Estate farmyard at The Manor. The Estate comprises 1500 acres of farmed arable land, woodlands, lakes and wetlands]
  • → [ The Great Tythe Barn ]

  • [Tucked away down a tree-lined driveway amidst 200 acres of privately owned farmland is this stunning Grade II listed, 16th Century Cotswold stone barn. Sympathetically restored, this historic tythe barn retains many original features such as exposed stone walls and wooden oak beams and is surrounded by former farm buildings now transformed into accommodation]
  • → [ The Great Tythe Barn Bed and Breakfast ]

  • [Former farm buildings now transformed into accommodation and tucked away down a tree-lined driveway amidst 200 acres of privately owned farmland]
  • → [ The Great Tythe Barn Self Catering Cottages ]

  • [These Cotswold stone cottages are located around the courtyard of The Great Tythe Barn providing accommodation for a total of 51 guests. Most of the 11 cottages are converted from period farm buildings and have names that reflect their origins. Tucked away down a tree-lined driveway amidst 200 acres of privately owned farmland]
  • → [ The Miserden Estate ]

  • [Almost 3,000 acres and includes Misarden Park Gardens which are available for filming, a residential and commercial property portfolio, forestry department, arable and sheep enterprise, let farmland and a shoot]
  • → [ 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 ]

  • [There are original and unusual agricultural buildings including rare saddle stone barns and a dairy house]

  • → [ 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]

  • → [ The Canwood Gallery ]

  • [With its stunning tranquil scenery, Tudor farmhouse, gallery and vast studio space, Canwood Gallery makes the perfect Film Location for many types of Production and a fantastic backdrop for commercials and photo shoots]
  • → [ Friars Farm Bed and Breakfast ]

  • [A working Arable Farm home to the Hockley family for 5 generations. The 19th century farm house is set just outside the village of Hatfield Heath with views over farmland in a natural rural setting. The farmhouse is set in a garden of over half an acre with a pond, trees and shrubs]
  • → [ Hatfield House ]

  • [Buildings on the estate include farm buildings and period cottages and houses; private roads and farm tracks woodlands and farm areas, just 20 miles north of London]
    Hatfield House
  • → [ Parsonage Farm ]

  • [An old English farmhouse dating back to medieval times with additions throughout history. It has a wealth of beams throughout and interesting period features. The house has some 24 acres of land surrounding it offering a mixture of gardens and horse pastures]

    Isle of Wight
  • → [ Tapnell Manor ]

  • [Recently undergone a major refurbishment bringing the interior into the 21st century while maintaining the rustic appeal of an old farmhouse. Set between two working dairy farms, with views to Tennyson Down and the Solent]

  • → [ Kent Film Office ]

  • [Offers a wide and diverse range of locations that includes farm land and buildings]
    Kent Film Office

  • → [ Grace Dieu Manor School ]

  • [Set in 120 acres of beautiful grounds and farmland in the heart of Charnwood Forest]
    Grace Dieu Manor School

  • → [ 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 ]

  • [An imposing period farmhouse with a split persona - the front is Victorian and of elegant proportions with high ceilings and big bay windows, whilst the back, the original house, dates from about 1680 and is pantiled, with Georgian sash windows, low ceilings, beams and an inglenook fireplace. The farm buildings are largely traditional and Victorian set within 500 acres of farmland]

  • → [ Hatfield House ]

  • [Buildings on the estate include Farm buildings and Period cottages and houses; private roads and farm tracks woodlands and farm areas, just 20 miles north of London]
    Hatfield House

  • → [ Poulton Hall ]

  • [On the estate are wooded areas, copses, ancient trees on grassland slopes and various range of farm buildings including a stone barn with minstrels gallery]
    Poulton Hall

  • → [ 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]
  • → [ Ivy Farm House Cottages ]

  • [A traditional 17th Century Suffolk long house set in spacious grounds in the peaceful village of Wortham]
    Ivy Farm House Cottages
  • → [ 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]
  • → [ West Head Farm ]

  • [Modern farm house and numerous farm cottages]
  • → [ Wheatacre Hall Farm ]

  • [1200 acres of working dairy and arable farm with a dairy herd, chickens and other livestock. Cowsheds, milking parlour, barns and the usual farm buildings]
    Wheatacre Hall Farm

  • → [ Chipchase Castle ]

  • [Set within over 3,000 acres of farmland and forestry with multiple farm buildings]
  • → [ Shieldhall ]

  • [A recently converted 18th C farm steading which makes it ideal for many types of Period Drama with handcrafted furnishings, original art & antique detail everywhere and was once home to the family of Capability Brown. Standing alone in its ten acres of gardens, an area of outstanding natural beauty and overlooking the National Trust estate of Wallington]
  • → [ Thistleyhaugh Farm ]

  • [A 720 acre organic farm situated in the heart of the Northumbrian countryside on the banks of the river Coquet. The traditional Georgian farmhouse dates back to 1780 and retains much of the charm and many of the historic features found both inside and out]

  • → [ Rockwell End Victorian House and Farm ]

  • [Victorian House and Farm in Henley on Thames]

  • → [ Cossington Park Estate ]

  • [Full of historical interest and characteristic features, the 400 years of history is evident throughout the house and grounds]
  • → [ Forde Abbey ]

  • [At the heart of a 1600 acre estate it has access to farmland, woodland and a working farm including a herd of pedigree Devon Cattle, 1600 milking goats, soft fruit farm and arable]
  • → [ 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
  • → [ Orchardleigh House ]

  • [Included in the grounds is the original red brick farmhouse, outside largely untouched and inside modernised without loosing it's original features and with the walled garden to explore is a real experience]
    Orchardleigh House
  • → [ Wick Farm Barn ]

  • [A medieval farm steeped in history and built for the monks at nearby Hinton Priory]

  • → [ Manor House Farm ]

  • [A 170 acre farm with a rambling country farmhouse built mainly between 1580 and 1708 with it oak panelled dining room, open log fires in both sitting and dining rooms add to that fabulous old world charm]

  • → [ Akenfarm ]

  • [A stunning 1812 vintage Georgian Farmhouse with many period outbuildings set in 170 acres of beautiful countryside]
  • → [ Belle Grove Farm ]

  • [A traditional Victorian farm with a barn, granery and coach house which has been converted into rented holiday accommodation. The surroundings are left wild to enhance the setting]
  • → [ Church Farm B&B ]

  • [A beautiful 450 year old oak beamed Suffolk farmhouse with delightful views across the Deben Valley and over to the village church. The farm is 30 Hectares in size and consists of a mix of grassland and arable land with ancient hedgerows, floodplain grassland with ponds and moats]
  • → [ 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]
  • → [ Screen Suffolk ]

  • [Famous for its beaches, large areas of rural land and picturesque towns. Beautiful examples of Georgian architecture and chocolate box villages]
  • → [ Wheatacre Hall Farm ]

  • [1200 acres of working dairy and arable farm with a dairy herd, chickens and other livestock. Cowsheds, milking parlour, barns and the usual farm buildings]
    Wheatacre Hall Farm

  • → [ Loseley Park ]

  • [Has a stunning 2.5 acre Walled Garden containing five separate areas including a rose garden, herb garden, vegetable garden, flower garden and white garden. There is also a lovely moat alongside the garden. There is parkland in front of Loseley House and 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 with a comprehensive collection of items available for use as props such as agricultural machinery and a granary]
    The Rural Life Centre

  • → [ 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]
  • → [ Fair Oak Farm ]

  • [Beautifully converted Grade II listed farm buildings set in the perfect rural retreat and only an hour from London. The self-catering accommodation comprises of the Barn & Cow Shed, Stable Cottage and Grain Store with refurbished Gypsy caravan. We are slowly re-introducing farming to our smallholding]
    Fair Oak Farm
  • → [ The Honeybridge Estate ]

  • [Nestled among the oak trees, sits the beautifully renovated Barn. Contemporary meets country-classic, the Barn features exposed oak beams throughout, contrasted by pristine white walls and high-spec facilities]

  • → [ The Boathouse ]

  • [A large barn conversion on the edge of a riverside village, just 3 miles from Stratford-upon-Avon. It stands in 3 acres of mature grounds with lawns sweeping down to the riverside and has With full mooring and fishing rights]
    The Boathouse
  • → [ Walton Wood Farm ]

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

  • → [ Avoncroft Museum ]

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

  • → [ Halsteads Barn ]

  • [Originally a livestock barn and retains many of the original features. It has been sympathetically extended recycling a derelict hay barn from the same farm to provide the most spacious and luxurious guest accommodation in the area]

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  • → [ HCE Adventure / Log Cabin and 4x4 specialists ]

  • [American style log cabin with 4 bedrooms sleeping 22 adults. They sits wihtin 30 acres of established mixed woodland surrounding a 4 acre lake. Also access to a 160 acre hill farm with derelict buildings. The location is suitable for a unit base and has ample car parking space.]
  • → [ Tyn Y Coed ]

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

  • → [ Maerdy Holiday Cottages ]

  • [A 300-year old farmhouse and its original stone buildings set in one of the loveliest valleys in Wales surrounded by woods and farmland whose titles date from the 14th century]
    Maerdy Holiday Cottages
  • → [ Plas Alltyferin ]

  • [A country house on its own 270 acre estate on the banks of the River Cothi, located centrally in West Wales. It has superb views of the Towy Valley nestling within the unspoilt countryside. There is much to Film as the area provides many potential locations including farm buildings fields and pasture meadows]

  • → [ 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]

  • → [ Bodnant Estate ]

  • [A strikingly beautiful agricultural estate in North Wale with stone cottages and farm buildings restored using traditional materials and techniques.]

  • → [ Penrice Castle ]

  • [The Estate farms its 700 acre Home Farm in-hand and has one tenanted farm. The Home Farm has a herd of pedigree Welsh Black Cattle and Lleyn sheep which are all farmed organically. The Farm is also part of the Ty Gofal scheme which has enabled us to undertake several important landscape and habitat restorations in recent years]

  • → [ 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]

  • → [ 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
  • → [ Ivy Court ]

  • [A group of nine cottages which have been brilliantly converted from Victorian farm buildings and one, a delightfully renovated Edwardian cottage]
    Ivy Court

  • → [ Gwaenynog B&B ]

  • [A beautiful stone farmhouse in a quiet area with 16 acres of grounds including pasture, woods and marshland. Situated 600 feet above sea level with amazing views including the imposing presence of Moel Bentyrch]
  • → [ Hafod-Y-Garreg ]

  • [A grade II* listed medieval farmhouse that was first built as a hunting lodge for King Henry IV. The House dates back to the 1402 and is recognised as the oldest dwelling in Wales]
  • → [ Ty'r Chanter Bed and Breakfast ]

  • [A converted barn and farmhouse situated overlooking the Brecon Beacons and the Black Mountains and the River Usk runs below. Outside in the vast surroundings are informal gardens with a stream and a duck pond in the orchard]

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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

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

  • [Exhibit buildings and rural farming scenes from the early 1900s]
    Ulster Folk and Transport Museum

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  • → [ Gordon Castle Estate ]

  • [This Stronghold of the Gordon Clan since the 15th Century and now one of Scotland's finest sporting estates. is now available for filming]

  • → [ The Brahan Estate ]

  • [This Estate has 4000 Acres of fantastic Highland Lanscapes in which there are cottages, farm houses and other buidings]

  • → [ Hoscote Estate ]

  • [Set in a 450 acre site in the heart of the Scottish Borders with magnificent views over open countryside. Generally throughout the Estate farm buildings are available for hire]
  • → [ Nether Swanshiel ]

  • [The glebe lands originally functioned as a small farm, with pigsty, cowbyre, stabling for five horses, and carriagehouses, all still existing]

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