Heritage

  • Late 18th Century Country Manor House and Grounds

    Late 18th Century Country Manor House and Grounds

    Built in the late 18th century in the Greek Revival style, this large Grade I listed building is an architectural gem and family home set in beautiful parkland and enjoys wonderful views. This impressive house, with its air of grandness, history, woodlands and gardens is a great location for filming and photography.

  • Stunning 691 Acre Coastal Country Park

    Stunning 691 Acre Coastal Country Park

    Owned by the South Downs National Park Authority, this Country Park without doubt has to be one of the most beautiful locations in the country, and is often chosen as a backdrop for filming and photoshoots. Whether it be cliffs, beaches, different landscapes, the meandering Cuckmere River or farmland required as a setting, this location…

  • Industrial Heritage Museum

    Industrial Heritage Museum

    Nestled in the rural heartland of a National Park is this open-air industrial heritage museum – formerly chalk pits with quarries, kilns and associated buildings. The museum focusses on transport, industry, communications, craft and nature through a variety of exhibits and features including industrial narrow-gauge and standard-gauge railways, trains, a village garage and cycle shop,…

  • Country Estate With Land, Manor House and Gardens

    Country Estate With Land, Manor House and Gardens

    A 53 acre country estate with a Georgian Grade II* listed country manor house at its heart. Features include drawing room, ballroom and great hall all with floor to ceiling windows, 5 beautiful bedrooms, gardens, walled gardens, woodland, outdoor swimming pool, tennis court and a stable block. A stunning location for filming and photography.

  • Tudor Mansion

    Tudor Mansion

    A beautiful T-shaped Tudor priory house with parts dating back to 1229, set on an island surrounded by a medieval moat in the Cuckmere Valley. Features include stunning grounds, restored water mill, oak beam Grade II listed Elizabethan Great Barn, 14th century gatehouse, attic, wood and parquet flooring, stone fireplace, wall panelling, exposed beams and…

  • Gothic Style Cathedral

    Gothic Style Cathedral

    This magnificent 940 year old Cathedral is a living church with a spire that dominates the horizon for miles around. Medieval stone carvings sit alongside world famous contemporary works of art. There are a number of additional spaces and buildings within the Cathedral quarter. The Cathedral church is surrounded by a green, and on the…

  • Tudor House Ruins

    Tudor House Ruins

    These magnificent ruins are set in the stunning landscape of a private estate. They are one of Englandandrsquo;s most important early Tudor houses and the house is known to have been visited by both King Henry VIII and Queen Elizabeth I. In September 1793, whilst undergoing repairs and refurbishments for the impending marriage of the…

  • Grade I Listed Gardens With Lakes

    Grade I Listed Gardens With Lakes

    In 2019, this beautiful lakes and gardens location opened its doors after a closure of 10 years. This magnificent Grade I listed garden was nearly lost forever and has been the subject of the largest garden restoration in England and possibly Europe. These spectacular and ancient gardens are now open for the public to enjoy…

  • Historic Walled Garden, Market, Shop and Restaurant

    Historic Walled Garden, Market, Shop and Restaurant

    Situated in the grounds of a large estate and Nature Reserve, and at the gateway to the South Downs National Park, this walled garden was designed over 200 years ago to protect unusual and exotic plants from weather, and as a productive kitchen gardens to the local manor house. The gardens have been expertly re-designed…