If you are searching for the perfect film location then look no further than one of our beautiful country period properties. The stately rooms and wide-open spaces offer no end of authentic and beautiful filming possibilities.
Hill Place is a located within easy reach of London and situated between Portsmouth, Southampton and Winchester. Being a privately owned and run venue it is well suited to location film and photographic requirements, offering complete privacy and flexibility.
Approached by a tree lined drive and located in 30 acres of woodland this 14th century tower house is simply unique and only 18 minutes from Edinburgh Airport it provides an array of film and photographic opportunities.
Located in the lovely Fife countryside Aytounhill House is a privately owned family home set in 150 acres. The House has numerous rooms and seven individually decorated bedrooms providing a number of film and photographic opportunities.
The unrivalled location of Ardoch and its 133 acres of surrounding countryside located in The Trossachs National Park, together with its interesting mix of traditional and contemporary buildings makes Ardoch a prime filming and photographic location.
The Alscot Estate is home to 4,000 acres of Warwickshire countryside, a spectacular Gothic styled house and lush parkland home to wildlife, cattle, fallow deer and Jacob sheep. Alscot provides a unique location with a range of filming and photographic opportunities.
Looking for a castle that seemlessly combines a historic venue with a unique and quirky interior, then the privately owned and managed Augill Castle is the prime location! Set in the beautiful Cumbrian countryside this is a real hidden gem!
Lennoxlove House sits impressively in rural East Lothian with stunning views of the Lammermuir Hills. With the House itself being of historical importance to Scotland's history, making it a superb location for film shoots and photography.
The incredible transformation of Rise Hall has been featured in two Channel 4 documentary series depicting the incredibly path of restoration of this magnificient Georgian mansion and home of Sarah Beeny, Graham Swift and their children.
The rich diversity of scenery makes the Lochnell Estate the ideal place for a range of scenes and photographic opportunities. The estate is also experienced in dealing with the complexities of filming and the numbers of people needed to make a successful production.