Historic

  • Grade I Listed Country House

    Grade I Listed Country House

    Magnificent 18th century, Grade II listed mansion set in 39 acres of parkland in the heart of beautiful countryside. This stylish, quirky and totally unique property boasts a grand circular driveway, timeless portico, 10 opulent bedrooms, bar, kitchen, lounge, and much more inside. Outside there are Grade II* listed stables, walled kitchen garden, courtyard, and…

  • Heritage and Information Centre

    Heritage and Information Centre

    Lovely heritage and information centre located in an historic black and white building in a beautiful spa town. The building comprises a reception foyer, museum, archives, exhibitions, wood panelled council chamber, a display of old BBC radio equipment, gift shop, long corridors, toilets, and a staff kitchen. A great location for filming and photography.

  • Shop-Lined Street

    Shop-Lined Street

    Nestled in the heart of Worcestershire, Friar Street stands as a charming and historic thoroughfare that exudes a captivating old-world charm. This picturesque street, lined with a captivating blend of Tudor and Georgian architecture, offers a plethora of reasons why it would make an exceptional filming location.

  • 18th Century Bridge

    18th Century Bridge

    Beautiful historic 18th century bridge spanning the River Severn in Worcester. It offers amazing views of the river as well as the nearby medieval cathedral. This Grade II listed landmark is a gorgeous location for filming and photography.

  • Charming 16th Century Pub

    Charming 16th Century Pub

    16th century public house located in the heart of a beautiful village, and with restaurant, bar and cafĂ©. The property has lots of original features including flagstone floors, two large open fires and exposed wooden beams. There are two outdoor areas – one next to the pub with partial shelter and then a secluded grass…

  • Beautiful Manor House

    Beautiful Manor House

    Set in the rolling hills of Worcestershire is this beautiful and distinguished manor house with its elegant Georgian exterior complementing the stunning colonial interior. Features include a reception area and bar/lounge, a variety of rooms to suit all production types, state-of-the-art AV/light/sound system, landscaped gardens, and large patio area.

  • Museum And Garden

    Museum And Garden

    Museum and garden with an 800-year history located alongside a canal in an historic cathedral city. The building displays a range of historic periods, including medieval, Tudor and Georgian and has a medieval Great Hall which is the largest space at the heart of this H-shaped building. The building comprises the medieval Great Hall, 17th-century…

  • Late Victorian 6 Bedroom Villa

    Late Victorian 6 Bedroom Villa

    Late Victorian 4-storey villa with a Bath Stone pillared entrance set in the heart of Great Malvern. This beautiful property comprises 6 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, hallway, lounge, modern open-plan kitchen/diner with Aga and French doors leading to patio seating, and a well planted back garden. Features include high ceilings, tiered Malvern stone design, leaded lights,…

  • Harry Potter Style Empty School

    Harry Potter Style Empty School

    Built in 1865, this empty former musical college is set on 25 acres of ground and has a distinct Harry Potter vibe. The main site comprises various classroom buildings, 4 residential accommodation blocks, various toilets, former kitchens, dining room, a workshop, and a great hall. Features include fireplaces, wood panelled rooms, large arch windows, long…

  • Grade II* Listed Pump Rooms

    Grade II* Listed Pump Rooms

    The Pump Rooms is a distinctive and unusual part of the history of Tenbury Wells. Built in 1862 to promote the town as a spa for the working classes, the building is now Grade II* Listed and totally unique. A great location for filming and photography.

  • Stunning Cathedral With River Views

    Stunning Cathedral With River Views

    Set in a beautiful, historic city is this stunning cathedral dating back to 1084, with beautiful windows and architecture. It is a magnificent sight as it rises majestically above the River Severn, and is close to the city centre. Its attractions include King John’s tomb, Prince Arthur’s Chantry, St Wulfstan’s Norman Crypt, medieval cloisters, magnificent…

  • Cultural City

    Cultural City

    Worcester is a cultural city with a historic heart. The city has a fantastic programme of arts and cultural events with festivals of music, literature, heritage and a variety of other themes, including one dedicated to Worcesterandrsquo;s very own Sir Edward Elgar, as well as a colourful array of street markets. Amid the city centre…