Prideaux Place in Cornwall is one of the West country's most beautiful and frequently used locations for film-making.

Trevor Nunn's 'Twelfth Night' is one period film that was made here.

Another was 'Oscar and Lucinda' and according to location manager Angus Moore-Gordon, 'the owners couldn't have been more accommodating'.

Prideaux Place's wealth of period detail was used in 'Oscar and Lucinda' to create a school, an Oxford college room and a London street. So why not use this wonderful location for your next production?

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