LOCATION SERVICES - BEDFORDSHIRE
UNIT BASE  
FILM MOVIE TV LOCATIONS - POWYS
BUILDINGS & ARCHITECTURE
BARS & CLUBS
  • → [ Craig-y-Nos Castle Hotel ]

  • [An early Victorian country house built in the neo-gothic style in 1840 with the quiet and peaceful Patti Bar and the racier Blue Bar with pool table and regular live music]
    Craig-y-Nos Castle Hotel

    CASTLES
  • → [ Craig-y-Nos Castle Hotel ]

  • [An early Victorian country house, set in parkland alongside the river Tawe, in the Upper Swansea Valley in South Wales. It was built in the neo-gothic style in 1840. Turrets and pyramids shaped the walls of the roof. In 1878 the leading opera star Adelina Patti adding the North and South wings, the clock tower, conservatory, winter garden and theatre]
    Craig-y-Nos Castle Hotel
  • → [ Tretower Castle ]

  • [Motte-and-bailey castle established during the Norman conquest of Brycheiniog. Shell-keep raised on the mound about 1150, and a round tower added in the early thirteenth century]
    Cadw

    CONFERENCE VENUES
  • → [ Broneirion Conference and Residential Centre ]

  • [The house retains many of its original features such as its ornate fireplaces, oak panelling, chapel and stained glass, while providing modern conference facilities, comfortable surroundings and excellent home cooked food and 20 bedrooms]
  • → [ Craig-y-Nos Castle Hotel ]

  • [An early Victorian country house with an interesting historical past, transformed into a quality hotel with accommodation and reception facilities for weddings and conferences. Set in parkland specially designated for its natural beauty alongside the river Tawe]
    Craig-y-Nos Castle Hotel
  • → [ Mellington Hall Hotel ]

  • [A 17th Century revivalist style, Gothic Victorian Mansion set in 280 acres of Mature Gardens & tranquil parkland]
    Mellington Hall Hotel

    COTTAGES
  • → [ 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]

    COUNTRY HOUSES - MANOR HOUSES - STATELY HOMES
  • → [ 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]
  • → [ Broneirion Conference and Residential Centre ]

  • [The house retains many of its original features such as its ornate fireplaces, oak panelling, chapel and stained glass, while providing modern conference facilities, comfortable surroundings and excellent home cooked food and 20 bedrooms]
  • → [ Buckland Hall ]

  • [Mansion with Georgian coach house]
  • → [ Craig-y-Nos Castle Hotel ]

  • [An early Victorian country house, set in parkland alongside the river Tawe, in the Upper Swansea Valley in South Wales. It was built in the neo-gothic style in 1840. Turrets and pyramids shaped the walls of the roof. In 1878 the leading opera star Adelina Patti adding the North and South wings, the clock tower, conservatory, winter garden and theatre]
    Craig-y-Nos Castle Hotel
  • → [ Gregynog Hall ]

  • [An ancient house with a Victorian face. Situated far from any city yet at the heart of Welsh history, art and politics. Once a landed estate, now a university conference centre and available for Filming, the house is still at the heart of the local community]
  • → [ Mellington Hall Hotel ]

  • [A 17th Century revivalist style, Gothic Victorian Mansion set in 280 acres of Mature Gardens & tranquil parkland]
    Mellington Hall Hotel
  • → [ Tretower Court ]

  • [Restored courtyard house with origins in the fourteenth century. Has magnificent timberwork in the northern and western ranges, with later Classical-style windows dating to the 1630s]
    Cadw

    COUNTRY HOUSES - SMALLER
  • → [ The Forest ]

  • [A grand Victorian country house in 4 acres dating back to before 1709 and recently restored into a 5 star B&B. Along with its 3 self catering cottages it nestles in a narrow valley bordered by a woods and a little river. It has facilities for End of Shoot Parties and use as a unit base with plenty of parking for vehicles and trailers and the secluded location ensures security and tranquility]

    FARM BUILDINGS & FARM LAND
  • → [ Gwaenynog B&B ]

  • [A beautiful stone farmhouse in a quiet area with 16 acres of grounds including pasture, woods and marshland. Situated 600 feet above sea level with amazing views including the imposing presence of Moel Bentyrch]
  • → [ Hafod-Y-Garreg ]

  • [A grade II* listed medieval farmhouse that was first built as a hunting lodge for King Henry IV. The House dates back to the 1402 and is recognised as the oldest dwelling in Wales]
  • → [ Ty'r Chanter Bed and Breakfast ]

  • [A converted barn and farmhouse situated overlooking the Brecon Beacons and the Black Mountains and the River Usk runs below. Outside in the vast surroundings are informal gardens with a stream and a duck pond in the orchard]

    HOTELS
  • → [ Craig-y-Nos Castle Hotel ]

  • [An early Victorian country house with an interesting historical past, transformed into a quality hotel. Set in parkland specially designated for its natural beauty alongside the river Tawe]
    Craig-y-Nos Castle Hotel

    INNS, PUBLIC HOUSES, HOSTELRIES : UNITED KINGDOM
  • → [ 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]

    THEATRES
  • → [ Craig-y-Nos Castle Hotel ]

  • [The theatre could hold 150 people and is a Victorian time capsule. The stage is probably the only surviving example of original 19th century backstage equipment]
    Craig-y-Nos Castle Hotel

    UNUSUAL OR CONVERTED BUILDINGS
  • → [ Ty'r Chanter Bed and Breakfast ]

  • [A converted barn and farmhouse situated overlooking the Brecon Beacons and the Black Mountains and the River Usk runs below. There are three double bedrooms as well as twin bedded children's rooms all with en suite or private facilities with two sumptuous sitting rooms, both with TV's and there is a children's sitting room]

    LANDSCAPES
    LANDSCAPES - MIXED & VARIED
  • → [ The Forestry Commission ]

  • [Forest locations]
    The Forestry Commission
  • → [ Buckland Hall ]

  • [60 acres of grounds containing gardens, parkland, woodland, an ornamental lake and river access]

    GARDENS & PARKLAND
  • → [ Broneirion Conference and Residential Centre ]

  • [The Grade 2 listed House is surrounded by four and a half acres of landscaped grounds, which look particularly lovely in spring when the naturalised daffodils, rhododendrons and azaleas are in full bloom. The famous Wellingtonia trees have now reached an enormous height towering above the house]
  • → [ Craig-y-Nos Castle Hotel ]

  • [Over 40 acres of countryside to enjoy in this beautiful part of the upper Tawe Valley. This is an area specially designated for its natural beauty]
    Craig-y-Nos Castle Hotel
  • → [ The Forest ]

  • [A grand Victorian country house in 4 acres dating back to before 1709 that nestles in a narrow valley bordered by a woods and a little river. The gardens were laid out over many decades by gardeners with a real passion for planting. There are ancient yew trees, colourful azaleas and rhododendrons, rare acers and a wonderful magnolia]
  • → [ Gregynog Hall ]

  • [Surrounded by 750 acres of grounds containing many different landscapes including Grade 1 listed formal gardens. The Gardener’s Chronicle of 1912 described these as ‘highly artistic and in complete harmony with the natural surroundings’]
  • → [ Mellington Hall Hotel ]

  • [A 17th Century revivalist style, Gothic Victorian Mansion set in 280 acres of Mature Gardens & tranquil parkland]
    Mellington Hall Hotel
  • → [ Tretower Court ]

  • [Restored courtyard house with origins in the fourteenth century and has a recreated fifteenth-century garden]
    Cadw

    GRASSLAND & MEADOW
  • → [ Gwaenynog B&B ]

  • [A beautiful stone farmhouse in a quiet area with 16 acres of grounds including pasture, woods and marshland. Situated 600 feet above sea level with amazing views including the imposing presence of Moel Bentyrch]

    MARSHLAND
  • → [ Gwaenynog B&B ]

  • [A beautiful stone farmhouse in a quiet area with 16 acres of grounds including pasture, woods and marshland. Situated 600 feet above sea level with amazing views including the imposing presence of Moel Bentyrch]

    ORCHARDS
  • → [ Ty'r Chanter Bed and Breakfast ]

  • [A converted barn and farmhouse situated overlooking the Brecon Beacons and the Black Mountains and the River Usk runs below. Outside in the vast surroundings are informal gardens with a stream and a duck pond in the orchard]

    RIVERS, CANALS, LAKES & BOATING
  • → [ Ty'r Chanter Bed and Breakfast ]

  • [A converted barn and farmhouse situated overlooking the Brecon Beacons and the Black Mountains and the River Usk runs below giving access to four miles of private fishing, for both Salmon and Trout]

    WOODLAND & FORESTS
  • → [ Buckland Hall ]

  • [60 acres of grounds containing gardens, parkland, woodland, an ornamental lake and river access]
  • → [ Gwaenynog B&B ]

  • [A beautiful stone farmhouse in a quiet area with 16 acres of grounds including pasture, woods and marshland. Situated 600 feet above sea level with amazing views including the imposing presence of Moel Bentyrch]

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