• → [ The Luton Hoo Estate ]

  • [There is a Walled Garden comprising five acres which was designed by Capability Brown and various period properties on the Estate which add to the versatility of this location]

  • → [ Aldermaston Manor House ]

  • [Steeped in History and set in 137 acres of Beautiful countryside with its acres of parklands, gardens, lawn tennis court, croquet lawn and an 11-acre lake has many interesting features]
    Aldermaston Manor House
  • → [ Bearwood College ]

  • [Extencive grounds with South Terrace lawn overlooking a picturesque lake]
  • → [ Lillibrooke Manor ]

  • [The Medevial Manor House is set in a 15 acre estate with a beautiful orchard garden surrounded by a Grade II listed wall]
  • → [ Location Slough ]

  • [Slough has it all - from our 1930s town hall and council chamber to parks and open spaces]
  • → [ Mapledurham Estate ]

  • [An oasis of peace, natural beauty and history which dates back over 900 years to Doomsday]
    Mapledurham Estate
  • → [ Newbury Racecourse ]

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

  • [An oasis of calm with a palm filled terrace set amidst five acres of glorious, private grounds]
    Palm Hills
  • → [ Windsor Great Park ]

  • [Extends to some 4,500 acres and provides a superb selection of locations]
    Windsor Great Park

  • → [ Bristol Film Office ]

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

  • [This charming location provides the perfect backdrop for nature/educational programmes]

  • → [ 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 ]

  • [The estate is approximately 400 acres with its lands running down to the beautiful River Chess with woodlands, arable and grassland. There is a Victorian Kitchen Garden, complicated Yew Maze, Physic Garden, white and grey garden and a Sunken Garden]
    Chenies Manor House
  • → [ Nether Winchendon House ]

  • [Has an interesting garden of seven acres with fine and rare trees and hedges, herbaceous borders and bulbs. The estate offers many different settings and has an established track record for providing extremely versatile sets]

  • → [ Childerley Hall and Gardens ]

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

  • [Set in twenty acres of well-maintained gardens, lawns and parkland, the earliest buildings are in Victorian gothic style with a single high battlemented tower five storeys high]
    Homerton College and its Buildings

  • → [ Abbey Gate College ]

  • [Has an exceptionally fine garden, laid out at the end of the 19th century with high yew hedges forming terraces, curving paths, a lily pond and varied shrub borders]
    Abbey Gate College
  • → [ Adlington Hall ]

  • [The 2,000 acre estate contains parkland landscaped in the 'Brownian' style during the 18th century with a Lime Avenue dating from 1688 which leads to a woodland Wilderness with winding paths, temples, bridges and follies in a rococo manner. A path through the laburnum arcade leads into the formal rose garden, then on to the maze created from english yew. The Father Tiber garden offers a tranquil haven amongst ponds, rills, fountains and a water cascade]
    Adlington Hall
  • → [ Arley Hall & Gardens ]

  • [The magnificent Gardens are celebrated for their double herbaceous borders, giant Ilex columns, pleached Lime Avenue, yew topiary and walled gardens. The Estate's 2,000 acres featuring a beautiful undulating park and ancient woodland present countless film and photo opportunities in an undisturbed environment]
  • → [ Mere Court Hotel ]

  • [A fine Country House Hotel standing in 7 acres of gardens and grounds with an ornamental lake.
  • → [ The Mount ]

  • [A charming Victorian Building set in twelve acres of grounds including a tennis court, a croquet lawn and three acres of mature gardens]
  • → [ Peover Hall, Gardens & Park ]

  • [The beautiful gardens at Peover Hall have a classical feeling, containing a 500 year-old oak tree and an avenue of pleached lime trees]

  • → [ Caerhays Castle & Estate ]

  • [An English Heritage Grade 1 Listed Building completed in 1810 with surrounding parkland and woodland gardens]
    Caerhays Castle & Estate
  • → [ Commonwood Manor ]

  • [The house sits in the centre of its estate, comprising a late 19th-century landscaped park. A large 100-ft terrace has views from the south-west-facing front aspect of the house]
  • → [ 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]
  • → [ Killiow House And Estate ]

  • [Tranquil verdant wooded estate, with mature trees, lakes and indigenous wildlife]
    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]
    Molesworth Manor
  • → [ Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park ]

  • [Set in 865 acres of country park and formal gardens have formal gardens in the English, French and Italian styles. They have recently been added to with an American plantation and a New Zealand styled garden. The surrounding country park has within it 55 listed buildings and heritage sites from: Barrows to 15th century chapel, icehouse to working smithy, forts and ferry crossings]
    Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park
  • → [ Pine Lodge Gardens ]

  • [The collection at Pine Lodge Gardens now stands at well over 6,000 plants, all labelled, in over 30 acres of gardens]
    Pine Lodge Gardens
  • → [ Port Pendennis Waterfront House ]

  • [Spectacular, architect designed with Established semi tropical gardens]
  • → [ 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
  • → [ Primrose Cottage ]

  • [Situated in four acres of gardens and ancient woodland on the banks of the River Tamar, located between Dartmoor and Bodmin Moor. There is a woodland walk leading a private track down to the River Tamar where they have fishing rights]
  • → [ Talland Bay Hotel ]

  • [Has wonderful sub-tropical gardens overlooking Talland Bay on the south coast of Cornwall]
  • → [ 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]
  • → [ 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 ]

  • [A wonderful 35 acre Victorian garden, which has many interesting features including an Italian Garden, Serpentine Yew Tunnel, Lake with Victorian Boathouse, Rockery and Pinetum]
    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]

  • → [ Holker Hall ]

  • [This handsome rose coloured neo-Elizabethan mansion and its extensive parkland and gardens with informal and formal lay-outs is perfect for period drama filming or modern mysteries]
    Holker Hall
  • → [ Muncaster Castle ]

  • [Bordered by beautiful gardens, set to a backdrop of the spectacular Lakeland Fells. Unusual plants, trees and flowers from all over the world grow in the landscaped areas and the wild woods]

  • → [ 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 ]

  • [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. There are masses of spring flowers, a bluebell fortnight, wonderful wide borders, 1000 summer roses, garden rooms separated by dark yew hedges, and long views over the Derbyshire countryside]
    Renishaw Hall & Gardens

  • → [ Bickleigh Castle ]

  • [Beautifully positioned among lush green land with woods and picturesque moated gardens with a charming set of Italian gates]
    Bickleigh Castle
  • → [ Cranham House ]

  • [With large flower beds, orchard and vegetable garden it has ideal locations for intimate and dramatic landscape filming and photography. Breathtaking sea views from the fields of the property and garden of the house]
  • → [ Deer Park Country House Hotel ]

  • [The 18th century mansion is set within 80 acres of glorious grounds, including an Italian parterre, a walled garden full of edible delights and a secret garden. The grounds provide the perfect setting for romantic stories and include a handmade lovers’ swing and magical luxury thatched treehouse]
  • → [ Highcliffe House ]

  • [The house, a Victorian gentleman's summer residence, has a commanding position with stunning sea views across North Devon's coastline. Situated in an acre of garden and woodland an oasis of calm within the magnificence of Exmoor]
  • → [ 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]
  • → [ Langstone Cliff Hotel ]

  • [Set in 20 acre wooded grounds and has 66 bedrooms situated on just 2 floors. There are spacious lawns stetching from the hotel down towards the coast. The original building dates from circa 1750 and has a magnificent cast iron verandah dating from the early 1900’s facing east over the Langstone Cliff hotel’s lawns]
  • → [ Northcote Manor ]

  • [The conservatory opens out onto a bright sun terrace, which looks down the gently sloping; cob walled gardens onto the recently reinstated Victorian water garden with Japanese style planting and huge magnolia tree. Our more recent summer house addition is in the Victorian style and there is an ornamental fish pond next to wild orchards]
  • → [ The Old Rectory ]

  • [An impressive Victorian house located in a stunning setting with extensive beautiful grounds and breathtaking views over the green rolling valley. The five acres of gardens and pasture have been restored with ballustrading and steps to lower lawns rebuilt from imported Maltese fossilized limestone]
  • → [ Ugbrooke House ]

  • [Capability Brown Parkland surrounds the house providing spectacular lakeside walks as well as formal gardens including a maze, fernery, lavender parterre; all set in acres of green lawns graced with majestic parkland trees]

  • → [ Culeaze House ]

  • [Classic Victorian mansion built by Radcliffe in 1887. The large Victorian Conservatory full of rare plants leads onto manicured lawns. The beautiful, mature, 4 acre garden is complete with a sunken garden, a small lake and unspoiled meadows]
  • → [ Higher Melcombe Manor ]

  • [The two acre garden wraps around the house with mature herbaceous borders, rolling lawns, lavender, fountain, scented roses and clematis climb the stone walls of the old chapel]
  • → [ Hooke Court ]

  • [Set in 14 acres of tranquil, mature parkland. There is a lake with a stunning bridge leading to a small island and newly-planted orchard]
  • → [ The Old Mill House ]

  • [A water mill built in 1780, in the rope making town of Bridport, West Dorset, with one acre of garden and woodland which is totally moated by the River Asker]
  • → [ Powderham Castle ]

  • [sit alongside the Exe Estuary in 3500 acres of Deer park, home to 650 fallow deer. Our outdoor spaces include acres of woodland, a woodland pavilion, and a hill top belvedere]
  • → [ Rushmore Estate ]

  • [Set in the heart of the Cranborne Chase, on the Dorset/Wiltshire border, the Rushmore Estate covers 7,500 acres including 700 acres of listed parks]
  • → [ 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 ]

  • [The garden is well stocked with a variety of plants, shrubs and trees, 2 lawns, and a courtyard. It has York paving paths and a fish pond. There is a small Tudor style outbuilding]

  • → [ 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. ]
  • → [ Lumley Castle Hotel ]

  • [Standing proud for more than 600 years, Surrounded by beautiful parklands overlooking the River Wear and Durham County Cricket Ground]
  • → [ Rockliffe Hall ]

  • [Rockliffe Hall is 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]
  • → [ CEME conference Centre ]

  • [Much of our space is ‘high-tech’-glass and stainless steel –perfect for airport, shopping centre or modern industrial scenes – with spacious, light-filled areas as well as landscaped gardens, lake areas and ‘state of the art’ building exteriors]
  • → [ Creeksea Place ]

  • [This Tudor mansion is surrounded by a large lake-lawn with a Victorian bridge, walled garden and former orchard]
  • → [ Felsted School ]

  • [Offering beautiful countryside grounds, historical buildings, The school has a large sports hall, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, classrooms, auditoriums, a theatre, a chapel, houses for accommodation and a large dining room]
  • → [ 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]
  • → [ Fennes Shooting School ]

  • [The school boasts a huge variety and mix of stands and landscaping, with trap towers of differing heights up to 120ft]
  • → [ 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 – Parklands, Quendon Hall offers the perfect balance of exquisite elegance and grandeur, with endless scope and flexibility for photographic shoots or cinematography]
  • → [ 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]
  • → [ Wat Tyler Country Park (WTCP) ]

  • [Set in 125 acres of unspoiled parkland and also within easy reach of London. WTCP boasts a great diversity of habitats and notable species set within thousands of acres of magnificent Coastal Grazing Marsh and represents one of the last 'Wilderness' areas left in Essex]

  • → [ 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]
    Barnsley House
  • → [ Bovingdon Hall ]

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

  • [Countless spaces including Landscaped gardens and open fields]
  • → [ Bromesberrow Estate ]

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

  • [There are many places to film on the Estate which include Fields, Woodlands, Lakes, and superb camera positions for filming the Severn Estuary]
  • → [ Hanover House ]

  • [A Grade II listed Victorian townhouse in the Italian style (1848) located in the exquisite Georgian/Regency town centre of Cheltenham Spa. It has a very pretty Victorian walled garden to the rear opening out onto a park and the River Chelt]
  • → [ 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]
  • → [ 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]
  • → [ Thornbury Castle ]

  • [The grounds comprise the Tudor Walled Privy Garden, a Labyrinth and numerous gardens with manicured lawns]
  • → [ Wallsworth Hall ]

  • [A fine Georgian mansion house built c.1750 with lawned gardens and a nature garden and pond]
  • → [ Westonbirt House ]

  • [Located in the heart of the Cotswolds and standing within 200 acres. The extensive Gardens provide a variety of scenarios, such as an ornamental Italian Garden, diverse Statutory, Woodlands, a number of Lakes and a 9 hole Golf Course]

  • → [ The Breamore Estate ]

  • [Set in it's own extensive grounds it provides perfect camera positions for filming watermeadows, a river, a marsh, an island, forests and parklands]
  • → [ The Gregg School ]

  • [Townhill Park House dates from around 1790 and was extended and re-designed by L. Rome Guthrie in an Italian-style in 1911; he also designed the terraced gardens to compliment the style of the house. 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 ]

  • [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. Other areas of interest include a chalk cob walled kitchen garden with vegetable parterre, Victorian greenhouses, orchid house and conservatory. There is a herbaceous border, wild flower meadow and topiary garden complete with a topiary puffing dragon]
    Houghton Lodge
  • → [ Portsmouth Film Office ]

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

  • → [ Distinctly Doyles - The Manor House ]

  • [Steeped in history, this 11 bedroom 17th century Grade II listed manor house is ideal for many types of Period Drama. Set in beautiful gardens it is ideal for stills shoots and filming projects]
  • → [ 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 grounds were landscaped by Lancelot "Capability" Brown]

  • → [ Aldenham School ]

  • [Set within 110 acres of beautiful countryside it has buildings dating from the early 1800’s to modern day and with picturesque gardens and cricket pavilion]
  • → [ Edge Grove School ]

  • [The grounds support extensive gardens, spinneys and a lake]
    Longridge Towers School
  • → [ 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]
  • → [ 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
  • → [ Hatfield House ]

  • [Has an extensive country estate with river frontage. Within its grounds are formal and wild gardens with mature trees, Knot garden and topiary; private roads and farm tracks, just 20 miles north of London]
    Hatfield House
  • → [ Parsonage Farm ]

  • [The gardens feature an accurate reproduction of medieval herb and pleasure garden on one side and early Tudor knot garden on the other. In addition, a late Tudor knot garden is scheduled to be completed by 2019]

    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]
  • → [ Tapnell Manor ]

  • [Outside, in the enchanting garden there's room to roam, with ponds, ornaments and a wide assortment of flora and fauna. The rustic garden, will entice nature lovers with a sunken garden, herbaceous borders and myriad water features. With spectacular views to the Solent]

  • → [ Bilsington Priory Estate ]

  • [The estate has 7 acres of formal gardens set in 1,000 acres of beautiful countryside with 600 acres of woodland]
  • → [ Cobham Manor Equestrian Centre ]

  • [Located on the famous Pilgrims Way and based at the foot of the downs. The 60 acres of parkland 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]
  • → [ Eastwell Manor ]

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

  • [Offers a wide and diverse range of locations that includes gardens and parkland]
    Kent Film Office
  • → [ Leeds Castle ]

  • [Romantic castle with medieval themed rooms, 1920s style interiors and original marble bathrooms, large estate - grounds, gardens, moat, river, large formal gardens, woodlands, maze with shell grotto, aviary]
  • → [ Oakwood House ]

  • [A superb refurbished Victorian mansion set in Oakwood Park near Maidstone. There are lovely mature 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]
  • → [ St Edmund's School ]

  • [Situated in Canterbury, Kent, the magnificent 19th century historic buildings are set amongst acres of tranquil mature gardens and parkland]
  • → [ Saint Ronan's School ]

  • [Surrounded by 240 acres of Wealden countryside. The grounds feature both a pinetum and a rockery, many beautiful rare trees, as well as 100 acres of ancient woodland]
    Saint Ronan's School
  • → [ West Heath School ]

  • [Situated in the beautiful Kent Countryside in 32 acres of landscaped grounds which provide wonderful backdrops and camera positions]

  • → [ Bradgate Park ]

  • [Situated in the heart of Leicestershire, Bradgate Park was first enclosed as a deer park around 800 years ago. The Park and the wood would be a perfect location for a remake of Robin Hood together with ancient woodland and also a large Deer Stock!]
  • → [ Grace Dieu Manor School ]

  • [Situated in the centre of its own grounds and not at all over looked by other buildings, the tree lined avenues, lawns and sheer sense of space are spectacular]
    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]

  • → [ 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]
  • → [ Baumber Park ]

  • [The house stands in its own beautiful gardens of about an acre, with wonderful distant views as far as Lincoln Cathedral. There is a 'ha-ha' fence giving uninterrupted views to the adjacent parkland in which cows and calves graze all summer]

  • → [ 41 Cromford Road ]

  • [A beautiful fully restored, 1901 townhouse in South West London with a beautiful English garden, approximately 45ft square]
  • → [ Greenwich Film Unit ]

  • [The largest expanse of parks and open spaces in London]
  • → [ Hatfield House ]

  • [Has an extensive country estate with river frontage. Within its grounds are formal and wild gardens with mature trees, Knot garden and topiary; private roads and farm tracks, just 20 miles north of London]
    Hatfield House
  • → [ Mill Hill school ]

  • [It is located in peaceful, rural surroundings, within the M25 and close to Central London. occupies 150-acres, many of the buildings are Grade II listed and are of historic interest but there are also new buildings, a modern Swimming pool and Sports centre. The gardens are superbly managed and have stunning views across London]
  • → [ Royal College of Physicians ]

  • [The facilities are further enhanced by the College’s unique physic garden and medicinal garden]

  • → [ Knowsley Hall ]

  • [2500 acres of immaculately kept gardens and parkland were landscaped in 1770 by Sir Lancelot 'Capability' Brown]
    Knowsley Hall
  • → [ Poulton Hall ]

  • [A rambling country house on the Wirral which has lawns that are a major feature complete with Ha Ha and a walled garden. Elsewhere on the estate are wooded areas, copses, ancient trees on grassland slopes]
    Poulton Hall


  • [A full range of locations such as boarding accommodation, offices, sports facilities, gardens, driveways, grand buildings, dining rooms etc]

  • → [ The Ecotech Environmental Centre ]

  • [The Centre is set in its own grounds and boasts a beautiful organic/heritage garden and wildlife pond]
  • → [ Felbrigg Lodge ]

  • [Set within an 8-acre oasis of beautiful grounds which play host to over 50 species of birds and other wildlife among the lawns, specimen trees and shrubs]
    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]
  • → [ Pentney Abbey ]

  • [Situated in picturesque Norfolk, just one hour from Norwich and easy to reach from London, Pentney Abbey is a stunning location complete with 35 acres of gorgeous grounds and a rich history]
  • → [ Sallowfield Cottage ]

  • [Surrounded by a beautiful English garden with views over open countryside and set around a large pond, the cottage is ideal for gardening enthusiasts who like traditional English country gardens]

  • → [ Chipchase Castle ]

  • [There is a stone chapel in the grounds along with a beautiful Victorian walled garden]
  • → [ Capheaton Hall ]

  • [French windows leading out onto the south facing landscaped lawns. Looking over the Ha ha from the front doors you take in the uninterrupted views of the parkland. The Estate is surrounded by 500 acres of managed woodland which have many hidden pathways]
  • → [ 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
  • → [ The Old Manse ]

  • [This impressive stone built house dates back to 1874. The property retains some of the Victorian period finishes with modern-day additions. The house is approached by a sweeping gravel drive bordered with lawns roses and evergreens. A period property with large grounds featuring a formal fish pond, wildlife bog pond]
  • → [ Seaton Delaval Hall ]

  • [Set in superb grounds with beautifully landscaped gardens]
  • → [ Shieldhall ]

  • [A recently converted 18th C farm steading 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]

  • → [ 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 ]

  • [The grounds of Strelley Hall have many mature trees, shrubs and borders and together with large lawned areas, form a beautiful backdrop to the Hall building]
  • → [ The University of Nottingham ]

  • [set in 330 acres of beautifully landscaped gardens, is a mix of stunning architecture, traditional features and modern facilities consistently winning the Green Flag award every year since 2003]

  • → [ Kingston Bagpuize House ]

  • [Set in parkland with more formal gardens near the house the grounds provide year round interest and colour]
    Kingston Bagpuize House
  • → [ Rhodes House Oxford ]

  • [Outside the beautifully maintained, typically English gardens, offers green lawns, gravel pathways and herbaceous borders. This secluded walled garden, which catches the sun from early morning to late evening, is perfect for filming and photographic shoots]
  • → [ Strelley Hall ]

  • [The grounds of Strelley Hall have many mature trees, shrubs and borders and together with large lawned areas, form a beautiful backdrop to the Hall building]
  • → [ Sulgrave Manor ]

  • [Set in gardens of the formal English style with an orchard of ancient and modern apple trees, underplanted with hundreds of daffodils, the grounds offer a range of different perspectives and atmospheres including views over open fields and thatched cottages]
    Sulgrave Manor
  • → [ Uplands House ]

  • [The house stands in its own lovely tranquil garden, facing south over a ha-ha and across the grassy pastures planted with mature trees, the sheep graze peacefully. There is a large lawn, suitable for croquet and badminton, a very pretty rose garden with a waterfall and a fishpond. Elsewhere scented roses, hedges of lavender and tangles of clematis, wisteria and honeysuckle provide a haven for wild birds]
  • → [ 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]

  • → [ 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 ]

  • [The setting offers wonderful views from every window with a large garden, whose paths meander around and over a sandstone outcrop. Round every bend is something to catch the eye, a Victorian grotto, a shady glade full of acers and even a walled potager. The thatched summerhouse looks across the Shropshire plain to the Welsh hills in the distance]
  • → [ Lyth Hill House ]

  • [Stands in three quarters of an acre of secluded beautiful gardens with a wealth of interesting features, a huge variety of shrubs and an abundance of wild life. Panoramic views of some 30 miles from the front garden offers distant outlines of the Welsh hills. The back garden has a pond, waterfall and walkways]
  • → [ Shipton Hall ]

  • [Elizabethan Architecture set in a quaint old fashioned garden with vast acreages of outlying grounds]
  • → [ Wrekin College ]

  • [Known as "The School in The Garden" because of it's beautiful gardens and extensive grounds in Wellington Shropshire, Wrekin College is a grand imposing building dating from the late Victorian era]

  • → [ 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]
  • → [ Cossington Park Estate ]

  • [Set in 22 acres of beautifully tended and welcoming gardens and grounds which includes a walled garden]
  • → [ Edington House ]

  • [The gardens are filled with trees, shrubs and flowers and a three acre orchard is home to the family ponies. A Georgian summer house and an arched Georgian alcove next to an ornamental pond provide relaxed seating whilst the more active may use the tennis court and secluded swimming pool. Beyond the formal gardens is a walled kitchen garden]
  • → [ Forde Abbey ]

  • [30 acres of award winning gardens and at the heart of a 1600 acre estate with farmland and woodland. Features including a tempietto, pagoda, statuary, a cascade of ponds and a pleached beech house, Arboretum, Rock Garden, Bog Garden, working kitchen garden with a Victorian Vine house]
  • → [ 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 ]

  • [The five acres of gardens are populated with all manner of trees, plants, shrubs and has walkways. The gorgeous River Axe meanders through and has a waterfall and all manner of wildlife]
    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 with a 35 acre fishing lake and 18-hole championship golf course]
    Orchardleigh House
  • → [ Westbrook House ]

  • [A Victorian country house set in 4 acres of grounds. It has mixed borders full of seasonal interest and unusual plants surround the house. Further on is a newly planted meadow with spring bulbs, fruit trees, wild roses and lilacs]
  • → [ Wick Farm Barn ]

  • [A medieval farm steeped in history and set in 37 acres of stunning countryside]
  • → [ Yarlington House ]

  • [The walled kitchen garden and the dovecote are contemporary with the house. The gardens are stunning with a wealth of interesting features set within a ha-ha (sunken wall)]
    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]

  • → [ Abbey House ]

  • [A listed Victorian Rectory, in an idyllic setting surrounded by ten acres of secluded garden and meadowland. Hidden amongst the many magnificent old oak, beech and lime trees in the grounds and looking out onto garden with its sweeping lawns]
  • → [ Akenfarm ]

  • [Set in 170 acres of beautiful countryside, this site offers every type of countryside location from woodland to meadow including two ponds and a lake]
  • → [ 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 rose filled patio overlooks the rolling grassland and lawns with ponds, moats and pretty gardens]
  • → [ 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. Further into the park lies unspoiled land with an abundance of grassland and wildlife]
  • → [ Haughley House ]

  • [Haughley House is a medieval manor house with Georgian additions which retains the country house style of a more leisurely age. The garden is some three acres with a Victorian greenhouse in the walled kitchen garden. There is also an old croquet lawn]
  • → [ 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]
  • → [ 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]
  • → [ Bingham Hotel & Restaurant ]

  • [Originally built as two Georgian town houses and has timeless river vistas, a private terrace and landscaped gardens]
    Bingham Hotel & Restaurant
  • → [ Claremont Fan Court School ]

  • [The 96 acre estate has landscaped park with woodland paths, the Belvedere Folly designed by Sir John Vanbrugh, 18th century walled garden with Victorian fountain and pond, outdoor swimming pool, private playing fields and children's playgrounds]
    Claremont Fan Court School
  • → [ 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]
  • → [ 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]
  • → [ The Rural Life Centre ]

  • [Set in over ten acres of garden and woodland, a museum of past village life covering the years from 1750 to 1960]
    The Rural Life Centre
  • → [ Surrey Wildlife Trust ]

  • [Offers superb filming locations and the ideal setting for photographic shoots]
  • → [ Whitgift School ]

  • [A stunning, 45-acre parkland with fine cedars, a Tudor garden and beautiful quadrangle]
    Whitgift School
  • → [ Woldingham School ]

  • [The magnificent mansion was built in 1879 of mixed French style and is set within a 700 acre estate in a peaceful Surrey valley, in an area designated of outstanding natural beauty]

  • → [ 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]
  • → [ Cleavers Lyng ]

  • [A unique grade II listed luxury country house of considerable charm and character dating back to 1577. The house sits in one and half acres of landscaped gardens, which is ablaze with colour during spring and summer and benefits from panoramic uninterrupted views over the Pevensey flats]
  • → [ Eastbourne Film Liaison Unit ]

  • [Victorian Seafront and Pier with seafront Bandstand and gardens]
    Eastbourne Film Liaison Unit
  • → [ Fair Oak Farm ]

  • [Beautifully converted Grade II listed farm buildings set in the perfect rural retreat and only an hour from London. We are slowly re-introducing farming to our smallholding]
    Fair Oak Farm
  • → [ The Honeybridge Estate ]

  • [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]
  • → [ Lywood House ]
    [An elegant 14th century timber-framed Sussex Hall House set in 25 tranquil acres of its own grounds. The drawing rooms and bedrooms offer views of the formal gardens with sweeping lawns and paddocks beyond]
  • Lywood House
  • → [ The Ravenswood Hotel ]

  • [The natural presence and old world charm of this majestic 15th Century Sussex Manor House In the rolling countryside of Sussex, set amidst 20 acres of lawns, gardens and lakes]
    The Ravenswood Hotel

  • → [ 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
  • → [ 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
  • → [ 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 ]

  • [Edwardian style gardens boasting many authentic features including a woodland pond, tennis court garden, rose garden and Dutch garden]
    Bantock House And Park

  • → [ Abbey House Gardens ]

  • [With the 12th Century Abbey as a backdrop, this truly spectacular 5 acre garden has brought praise from around the world. There are monastic fish ponds, waterfall, stepping stones and a wooden footbridge across the river, woodland walks, arbours, rose covered walkways, knot gardens, lawns surrounded by thousands of roses (hundred of thousands of tulips in Spring), distant views across the valley to the horizon]
  • → [ 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 ]

  • [The six acres of land around Cleeve House include an extensive field, an ornamental cherry tree garden, two paved terraces and a large private wood with rare and beautiful trees. Snowdrops, daffodils and bluebells fill the grounds in Spring, under lilac, cherry and apple blossom]
  • → [ Howard's House ]

  • [The hotel nestles in a lovingly tended country garden with sloping lawns, and several secret bowers perfect for romantic moments]
  • → [ Newhouse Estate ]

  • [A wonderful Grade I listed, Jacobean Manor House. The Estate is made up of 1,300 acres of beautiful parkland and woodland and Production Managers should note that there is ample room for Unit Vehicles]
  • → [ The Pear Tree at Purton ]

  • [Victorian herbaceous border and gardens with a croquet lawn and outdoor giant chess]
    The Pear Tree at Purton
  • → [ Ridleys Cheer ]

  • [Dating from the mid 18th century, also has a wonderful Gardens location for TV, Films and Photo' Shoots. The extensive gardens contain a great many rare and unusual trees and shrubs, the garden has a star in the 2007 Good Gardens Guide]
  • → [ Rushmore Estate ]

  • [Set in the heart of the Cranborne Chase, on the Dorset/Wiltshire border, the Rushmore Estate covers 7,500 acres including 700 acres of listed parks]
  • → [ Whatley Manor ]

  • [12 acres of timeless English gardens]

  • → [ Abberley Hall ]

  • [A splendid Victorian country house set in 90 acres of stunning countryside with a Walled Garden and Victorian Gardens]
  • → [ Avoncroft Museum ]

  • [Is spread over 19 acres of beautiful Worcestershire countryside and includes a wildflower meadow, period gardens, a traditional cider and perry orchard]

  • → [ Allerton Castle ]

  • [Outside is open parkland with a variety of trees, a pond, flower borders and an enclosed garden with ornamental pond]
  • → [ Austwick Hall ]

  • [The gardens have a series of terraces with a new walled kitchen garden with a series of raised beds and a woodland sculpture trail]
  • → [ Cononley Hall ]

  • [Grade 2 listed Georgian house, set in its own large gardens and located in Cononley Village near Skipton. The Settle to Carlisle Railway is nearby, as is Bronte Country, The Worth Valley Railway, and the homes of the Bronte sisters-the village of Haworth]
  • → [ 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]
  • → [ 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
  • → [ 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]
  • → [ Yorkshire Air Museum & Allied Air Forces Memorial ]

  • [Set in a 20 acre park and woodland setting probably the most authentic WW2 Bomber Command Station left in UK and provides an atmospheric location for both documentary and dramatic film-work]
    Yorkshire Air Museum & Allied Air Forces Memorial

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