INNS, PUBLIC HOUSES, HOSTELRIES : UNITED KINGDOM
 
ENGLAND
Cambridgeshire
  • → [ The Haycock Hotel ]

  • [This historic 17th Century coaching inn set in idyllic surroundings with river frontage set in the picture perfect village of Wansford. It is claimed Mary Queen of Scots stayed at The Haycock on her way to imprisonment and later execution at nearby Fotheringhay Castle; also, that Queen Victoria stayed here]

    Gloucestershire
  • → [ The Miserden Estate ]

  • [The village is composed of attractive stone cottages all under the ownership of the Estate. They are listed with Costwold stone roofs and all utility services situated underground. The village is a thriving community and comprises of St Andrews Church, Village Hall, Primary School Post Office and Shop and Village Pub. There is also a local cricket club and even it's own polo ground]

    London
  • → [ Lost Angel ]

  • [The outside looks like a traditional London pub but inside is a desing concept that highlights all that is British eccentricity. The spacious bar area has a circular bar in the centre surrounded by tables and dark leather booths. The dark wooden decor is lifted by clever touches from the trumpet light fittings hanging from the ceiling]

    Nottinghamshire
  • → [ East Bridgford Hill ]

  • [In addition to the main house: A three bedroom Coach House is also available both as a Film Location and also for Accommodation]

    Oxfordshire
  • → [ The Lamb Arcade ]

  • [Originally a Coaching Inn, this extremely atmospheric old building would be ideal for certain types of Period drama]
  • → [ The Swan at Tetsworth ]

  • [An historic Grade II listed Elizabethan coaching inn as a new Film Location with plenty of parking for Unit Vehicles. This will make a superb location for certain types of period drama]

    Somerset
  • → [ The Hood Arms ]

  • [A 17th century coaching Inn, situated on the A39 at the foot of the Quantock Hills, close to the spectacular fossil beach at Kilve. The front of the pub is cobbled, with large coaching doors which were the old stables]
  • → [ Talbot Inn at Mells Estate ]

  • [A 15th century coaching inn with its Cobbled yard, arched entrance and stables. Now has The Coach Room, with separate entrance off the Innís cobbled courtyard and private access to its own secluded garden. The Coach Room is equipped with professional quality catering facilities and can seat up to 100 people. It is ideal for meetings, screenings, parties, conferences, lectures, recitals and corporate events]
    Mells Estate
  • → [ Square and Compass ]

  • [A traditional public house which has been around for over 200 years. Located amongst the rolling country side of rural Somerset. Set in the generous garden grounds behind the pub, we also offer a large barn venue]

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    Gwynedd
  • → [ The Black Boy Inn ]

  • [The oldest pub in North Wales The Black Boy Inn as a new Film Location with accommodation for Cast & Crew and as a Production Headquarters. At the Black Boy Inn they have the breathtaking beauty of North Wales on their doorstep]

    Powys
  • → [ Alexanderstone Manor ]

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

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