18th Century

  • Royal Pavilion Gardens

    Royal Pavilion Gardens

    The Royal Pavilion Garden is one of a few fully restored regency gardens in the country. The garden was restored following John Nash’s 1820s plans and conform as closely as possible to the original lists of plants supplied to George IV. Today, they are maintained under organic guidelines, using natural planting techniques and organic compost,…

  • 18th Century Gatehouses

    18th Century Gatehouses

    Built in 1755 by the architect Matthew Brettingham, the gatehouses originally marked the entrance to a bridleway that crossed the Shimmings Valley, taking the rider to the market town of Petworth. Sweeping views of the South Downs and the town of Petworth. Adjacent fields and woodland are also available. Exclusive access from a private road…

  • Georgian Farmhouse

    Georgian Farmhouse

    Traditional Georgian farmhouse and listed building located in the Eastbourne area. Features include a large bay window, lots of natural light, wood flooring, patio area, spacious corridor, fireplace, and gardens to front and rear. A lovely location for filming and photography.

  • Historic Tomb

    Historic Tomb

    Located on a hill in a beautiful National Park popular with walkers, this 18th century tomb is a Site of Nature and Conservation Interest. It is raised from the ground and is surrounded by an imposing spiked iron fence. A spooky setting for filming and photography.

  • Popular South Downs Hill

    Popular South Downs Hill

    Located towards the edge of the South Downs National Park is this hill with an 82 metre high summit. Steeped in history, the area is made up of trails, rare chalk grassland, grazing sheep, wide open spaces and an 18th Century tomb. With spectacular views across the countryside and out to sea, this is a…

  • Small Village

    Small Village

    This small medieval village located on the Manhood Peninsula borders the beautiful Pagham Harbour. With its 12th century stone rubble church, pub, waterfront position and surrounding countryside, this is a picturesque, rural setting for filming and photoshoots.

  • Cathedral City and Historic Market Town

    Cathedral City and Historic Market Town

    Chichester is a thriving historic cathedral city in West Sussex, located just south of the South Downs. With its 11th century cathedral, harbour, shops, canal and listed buildings, it has a lot to offer as a filming location.

  • Coastal Village

    Coastal Village

    Widely renowned as one of the most photogenic locations on the South Coast, this is also a village of historical significance, thanks to its reputed links with King Canute, who is said to have commanded the waves to retreat from here. King Canute’s daughter’s resting place is said to be below the foot of the…

  • Pretty Sailing Village

    Pretty Sailing Village

    Famed for its sailing, the picturesque village sits on the Eastern shoreline of a popular harbour. It is the perfect base from which to discover more of the harbour, with the tiny ferry connecting a local village for endless walking and cycling possibilities. Its different architectural styles, water sports, wildlife, open spaces and incredible views…

  • Old Schoolhouse

    Old Schoolhouse

    Beautiful 16th century wooden framed house with double height schoolroom with mezzanine level with double bed, kitchen, bathroom, wifi facilities and off-road parking. A lovely spacious building secluded in a central village location in a rural area, this is a great location for filming.