• → [ 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]

  • → [ Bristol Film Office ]

  • [Offers a vast choice of city locations including Industrial, commercial buildings, a historic harbour, a working port, a large selection of heritage properties and authentic Victorian and Georgian streets]
    Bristol Film Office

  • → [ Nether Winchendon House ]

  • [A unique Strawberry Hill Gothick medieval Tudor Manor House situated in a beautiful valley at the foot of the Chilterns. The estate offers many different settings and has an established track record for providing extremely versatile sets]

  • → [ 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
  • → [ Oundle School ]

  • [Situated in the quintessentially English market town from which it takes its name, the School was established in 1556 and many of Oundle School's buildings offer an ideal setting for period dramas]
    Oundle School

  • → [ Arley Hall & Gardens ]

  • [Victorian country house, built in the Jacobean style with the Olympia Barn; an C18th Barn 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]
  • → [ North West Vision ]

  • [A FREE one stop shop filming liaison service for all aspects of filming in England's Northwest]

  • → [ 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 ]

  • [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
  • → [ 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. The surrounding country park has within it 55 listed buildings and heritage sites]
    Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park
  • → [ The Shire Hall ]

  • [Built in 1837 as the County Assizes (county court)]
  • → [ Square Sail Shipyard ]

  • [A Georgian Period Harbour Home to their fleet of three magnificent square rigged period sailing ships]
    Square Sail Shipyard
  • → [ Trengove Farm ]

  • [Trengove Farm with its listed farmhouse and buildings is 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]

  • → [ Holker Hall ]

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

  • [A FREE one stop shop filming liaison service for all aspects of filming in England's Northwest]


  • → [ Hooke Court ]

  • [A beautiful 14th century manor house with many original features. There is also a mock-Victorian classroom and Tudor and Victorian kitchens, mini-amphitheatre and a reconstructed Saxon hut]

  • → [ Frampton Court Estate ]

  • [The stunning Village Green is the longest in England and has a Cricket Pitch and village ponds and is surrounded by Period Cottages and Historic Buildings]

  • → [ 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
  • → [ Portsmouth Film Office ]

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

  • → [ Celtic Harmony Camp ]

  • [The area is decorated and organised to look like an ancient Iron Age Village]
  • → [ 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

  • → [ Kent Film Office ]

  • [Offers a wide and diverse range of locations that includes period settings]
    Kent Film Office
  • → [ Romney Hythe & Dymchurch Railway ]

  • [A 15" gauge railway which runs across the Romney Marsh from the Cinque Port town of Hythe to Dungeness a distance of 13.5 miles]
    Romney Hythe & Dymchurch Railway

  • → [ North West Vision ]

  • [A FREE one stop shop filming liaison service for all aspects of filming in England's Northwest]

  • → [ 28 Deerhurst Road ]

  • [An extraordinary 1970's four storey house with over 6000sq ft of retro space which has to be seen to be believed]
    28 Deerhurst Road
  • → [ 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
  • → [ The Historic Dockyard Chatham ]

  • [Spans 80 acres, has over 100 historic buildings and structures dating from the Georgian and Victorian periods to the present day, thus making it suitable for any period location over the past 200 years.]
  • → [ KUCEL ]
    [The Coombehurst Music School would be an ideal setting for a period drama]
  • → [ Middle Temple ]

  • [Located in the heart of London's legal quarter, Middle Temple is one of the four ancient Inns of Court. It was built between 1562 and 1573 and remains virtually unchanged to this day having survived the Great Fire of London in 1666 and both World Wars]

  • → [ North West Vision ]

  • [A FREE one stop shop filming liaison service for all aspects of filming in England's Northwest]

  • → [ North West Vision ]

  • [A FREE one stop shop filming liaison service for all aspects of filming in England's Northwest]
  • → [ Poulton Hall ]

  • [A rambling country house on the Wirral, with interiors of various periods mainly Victorian with period features from 17th to 20th century, Original library of 1720, cobbled courtyards, woodland drive, brewhouse of 1650 with belfry, stone barn with minstrels gallery, barrel vaulted and timber roofed cellars, music room with organ, harpsichord, piano]
    Poulton Hall

  • → [ Kew Bridge Steam Museum (KBSM) ]

  • [An early Victorian industrial water pumping station. A 3 storey high 90 inch Cornish style beam engine continues to operate today with a variety of other engines if required on request. In addition, there is a terrace of former workshops including a blacksmith forge and turn of the century workshop. A 197 foot high stand pipe tower with a viewing platform and there is a two foot gauge steam locomotive with tracks and engine shed]

  • → [ 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]

  • → [ Sulgrave Manor ]

  • [A modest Tudor stone exterior with authentically furnished Tudor/Stuart and Queen Anne rooms. Set in gardens of the formal English style with an orchard of ancient and modern apple trees]
    Sulgrave Manor

  • → [ 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
  • → [ The Porlock Manor Estate ]

  • [A stunning tract of country in west Somerset where Exmoor tumbles to the sea. The gem of the Estate is the ancient port of Porlock Weir where historic buildings cluster round the unspoilt harbour, offering many ideal locations for filming and photography]
  • → [ Wells Cathedral School ]

  • [Vicars' Close is unique, physically connected to Wells Cathedral and the oldest intact medieval street in Europe (1348) still used for its original purpose]

  • → [ 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
  • → [ The Staffordshire Regiment Museum ]

  • [The Museum boasts an excellent representation of First World War Trench system and also displays Second World War air raid shelters and pill box]

  • → [ Akenfarm ]

  • [A purpose-built First World War Trench System. British and German Trenches, dugouts, communication trenches, shattered trees, machine gun posts and No Man's Lands are all featured. We also have a purpose-built Dug-out interior inside a barn]
  • → [ Akenfarm ]

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

  • [1,000 acres of privately owned, former Cold War USAF Base with unique military buildings such as, control tower, high security fencing and watch towers, high security Weapons Storage, dog kennels, Hush House built for jet engine testing, squadron building with blast walls, barracks & air hangars]
    Bentwaters Parks

  • → [ The Rural Life Centre ]

  • [A museum of past village life covering the years from 1750 to 1960. Purpose-built and reconstructed buildings show village crafts and trades such as wheelwrighting, blacksmithing, village shops and a granary]
    The Rural Life Centre
  • → [ Surrey Wildlife Trust ]

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

  • → [ 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]
  • → [ Eastbourne Film Liaison Unit ]

  • [Victorian Seafront and Pier, a seafront Bandstand the Sovereign Harbour marina and the International Lawn Tennis Centre]
    Eastbourne Film Liaison Unit

  • → [ Corsham On Film ]

  • [Situated in the heart of Wiltshire's telegenic cluster between the villages of Castle Combe and Lacock]

  • → [ Yorkshire Air Museum & Allied Air Forces Memorial ]

  • [Probably the most authentic WW2 Bomber Command Station left in UK and provides an atmospheric location for both documentary and dramatic film-work. Added to the numerous historic listed buildings in this 20 acre park and woodland setting, over 50 historic aircraft and vehicles compliment the venue]
    Yorkshire Air Museum & Allied Air Forces Memorial
  • → [ 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

    Regions of Wales
  • → [ Cadw ]

  • [For historical period locations contact the historic environment service of the Welsh Assembly Government]

  • → [ Godremamog Mill ]

  • [A large and imposing watermill built in 1885. Its huge wheel still turns under waterpower set in 9 acres of grounds in a steep sided, heavily wooded, natural valley. The mill is surrounded by gardens with a mountain stream (an SSSI) running within feet of the walls]

  • → [ Blaenavon Ironworks ]

  • [Substantial remains of five early blast furnaces and associated workers' housing, dating from the late eighteenth century onwards]

  • → [ Cottages In Paradise ]

  • [Late 16th Century timber-framed crofter's cottage, 17th century barn, a tastefully restored stone and timber cottage and quaint end of terrace cottage]
    Cottages In Paradise

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