Butterflies

  • Nature Reserve

    Nature Reserve

    Nature reserve set on over 72 acres of land located towards the foot of the South Downs National Park and north of a coastal town and port. This site is important for its chalk grassland, but also has other habitats such as a small woodland and a dew pond. It is a haven for wildlife…

  • Local Nature Reserve

    Local Nature Reserve

    Set on 41 acres of land sandwiched between a beautiful National Park and the English Channel, this Local Nature Reserve is home to a diverse range of flora and fauna and enjoys some spectacular views – a stunning filming location.

  • Unspoiled Coastal Village

    Unspoiled Coastal Village

    This is a beautiful and unspoiled coastal village bordering the Manhood Peninsula on the south coast of England and has a wealth of history dating back to the Romans. The beautiful and sheltered Local Nature Reserve is an internationally important wetland site attracting wildlife including a whole host of birds and butterflies, and the sea…

  • Nature Reserve

    Nature Reserve

    Set towards the foot of a beautiful National Park is this 28 acre designated Site of Nature Conservation Importance (SNCI) and Local Nature Reserve. It is teeming with a variety of wildlife including rare species of butterflies, diverse habitats, boasts stunning chalk grassland and a woodland copse. It enjoys spectacular views over the surrounding downland,…

  • Nature Reserve

    Nature Reserve

    Located in the South Downs National Park, this nature reserve is a haven for a wide range of plants and butterflies and is home to an outstanding Grade II listed smock mill that has been restored to a seamark and which can be seen for miles around. A beautiful setting with magnificent views, this location…

  • 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,…

  • Early English Baroque Country House

    Early English Baroque Country House

    Early English baroque (1630s) Grade I listed country house set in around 8 very private acres. Features include Baroque fa├žade, 4 self-contained bedroom suites, butler’s suite, a recently renovated Great Room, formal Hall Room, oak staircase, cellars, formal gardens, 2 orangeries, courtyard, garages, self-contained 1 bedroom cottage, workshops, heated outdoor swimming pool, and views over…

  • Beautiful Themed and Formal Gardens

    Beautiful Themed and Formal Gardens

    300 acres of beautiful gardens, woodland and meadows. Features of the landscape include a moat, ancient bluebell woodland, Elizabethan garden, folly, lake, sundials, parkland and Grade II listed garden walls. All in all, a magical and absolutely stunning location for filming and photography.