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Film and TV Locations in Wiltshire

For many years Wiltshire has been popular with film makers because of its quaint villages, stunning period homes and impressive unspoilt countryside. Why not book a short break and stay in one of our Wiltshire Farmstay B&B’s or Self Catering Cottages and take your time to explore the locations you have seen on your favourite TV drama or film.

Castle Combe often identified as one of the prettiest villages in England has played host too many film productions including the 1966 version of Dr Dolittle and more recently War horse, Stardust and The Wolf Man.

The National Trust village of Lacock, with its Abbey, cottages and inns dating back to the 15th century has played host to period TV Dramas such as Cranford, Pride and Prejudice and Wolf Hall, as well as a variety of films including Harry Potter and The Other Boleyn Girl.

Corsham high street was used as Truro High Street in the first series of the most recent production of Poldark. Another Poldark set is Great Chalfield Manor which was also used for Wolf Hall as was the Tithe Barn in Bradford on Avon.

Longleat is often on our TV screens being the location for Animal Park and documentaries’ about Lord Bath and his family. The house has also featured in The Four Seasons based on Rosamunde Pilcher’s best-selling novels The Shell Seekers and Coming Home.

In Salisbury the National Trust property Mompesson House was used as the London home of Mrs Jennings in the 1995 Oscar winning version of Sense and Sensibility staring Emma Thompson, Kate Winslet and Alan Rickman.

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