Stained Glass Window

  • Beach House With Pool

    Beach House With Pool

    Art Deco style contemporary beach home with outdoor pool and garden leading onto beach and large driveway. A fantastic beachside location for filming and photoshoots.

  • Vintage Railway Station

    Vintage Railway Station

    Built in 1892, this former railway station turned BandB has accommodation in lovingly converted Edwardian Pullman train carriages and in the main Station House, this is a unique and charming place to stay. The colonial style of the main house, the abundance of character and the rural location make it a fantastic location for filming…

  • Victorian Pier

    Victorian Pier

    Victorian pier with coloured panels in central divide, amusements, ballroom, café and fishing area. A fun and iconic location for filming and photography.

  • Shingle Beach and Seafront

    Shingle Beach and Seafront

    This gently sloping shingle and sand beach has a lot to offer for filmmakers – from the pier with its pavilion and colourful and imaginative stained glass window displays, 5 mile promenade, Ferris wheel, and Art Deco lido building, to the beach huts, low tide sand and rock pools, and fishing boats.

  • Country House, Converted Barns and Gardens

    Country House, Converted Barns and Gardens

    Situated in the heart of a National Park is this secluded beautiful house and converted barns set in over ten acres of garden and its own park. Its stunning interior, charming atmosphere and tranquil surroundings make it a wonderful location for rural, historical filming and photography.

  • 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…

  • 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…

  • Beautiful 14th Century Church

    Beautiful 14th Century Church

    14th century Grade I listed parish church built of flint and local stone located in a beautiful, historic market town on the edge of the South Downs National Park. The church retains many features of some importance including the font, the remarkable stone pulpit, stunning stained glass windows, a rare medieval iron screen, consecration crosses,…

  • 1960s Chapel

    1960s Chapel

    Designed in the early 1960s, this chapel has a strong external form with a wall-mounted sculpture over the covered entrance. The interior is particularly impressive with original stained glass to the sides and exposed steelwork within the roof canopy. There are many contemporary interior features that have been retained.