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Filming At Sulgrave Manor

The front of the house in 2007.
The front of the house in 2007.
Nestling in the depths of the heart of England, away from aircraft routes and motorway drone, Sulgrave Manor has a modest Tudor stone exterior with authentically furnished Tudor and Queen Anne rooms. Recently re-roofed, it now glows in the sunlight.

Open to the public since 1921, Sulgrave Manor has none of the visible accretions of the last century, no telephone or electricity cables, no aerials. The six rooms, two Tudor and four Queen Anne, can be dressed for a variety of purposes and periods.

Set in gardens of the formal English style with an orchard of ancient and modern apple trees, underplanted with hundreds of daffodils, the grounds offers a range of different perspectives and atmospheres including views over open fields and thatched cottages. Sulgrave is a typical, largely stone built village with low traffic levels.

The Oak Parlour
The Oak Parlour
The Great Hall
The Great Hall

In the grounds is a reconstructed forge, with working forge and bellows, implements and beaten earth floor, offering opportunities for 'ordinary life' filming.

With catering facilities on site and a range of local accommodation from comfy B & Bs and travel lodges to luxury hotels, off road hard parking and a friendly, efficient and helpful staff team, Sulgrave Manor looks forward to welcoming you.


Recent filming at the Manor : Hannah Glasse, Domestic Goddess, (BBC); The Worst Christmas Job,(Channel 4); The Story of Thanksgiving (History Channel), Bargain Hunt (BBC); The Manor Reborn (BBC); Escape to the Country (BBC).

Aerial view of Sulgrave Manor.
Aerial view of Sulgrave Manor.

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