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Here at The Stowe Group, we have a diverse portfolio of spaces, sure to fit all of your filming needs. Our Stately homes are the perfect backdrop for any filming, from large film sets or streaming productions to television dramas and factual-based programming.

Whether you would like to shoot for an hour or over a course of weeks we are always happy to work with Location Managers and Producers to make your schedule work within our sites. 

Featuring in productions such as: The Crown, X-men First Class, Stardust, Indiana Jones and James Bond, Stowe has a number of blockbusters, dramas, and documentaries to its name.

The Team at Stowe work closely with the the National Trust to offer a combined filming location in Buckinghamshire, offering a further variety of locations. Our team are adaptable and flexible, and always try and accommodate requests within the restrictions of working within a historic property.

Unique Filming Locations

Stowe House
Filming Locations

Stowe offers a diverse portfolio of filming locations. Not only consisting of stunning architecture and beautiful interiors, but a varied range of set options from stately rooms, classrooms, farmland and buildings. We work closely with the National Trust to ensure you have a smooth experience across both site should you wish to use both the House and the Grounds

The Blue Room

The Blue Drawing Room has had many purposes over the years since the 1740s, including billiard room, manuscript room, and classroom. Today, it is restored as the Blue Drawing Room, maintaining its beautiful Victorian design since the 1860s. It takes its name from the stunning blue silk damask on the walls, and along with the gilded ceiling, the room recalls the elegant period under the 3rd Duke of Buckingham and Chandos.

The Music Room

Exquisitely decorated by Vincenzo Valdrè, is truly one of the jewels of Stowe’s interiors. One of the key public rooms of the main mansion under the dukes, this highly decorated room from the 1780s depicts beautiful wall paintings, based on those rediscovered in Pompeii in the 1740s. The central neo-classical ceiling painting and elegant chandelier finishes off this unique 18th century entertaining room. Like all of Stowes State Rooms, it offers wonderful views of the South Front vista.

The Marble Hall

Forming the ‘wow’ factor at the heart of Stowe House, the stunning Marble Saloon dates from the 1780s and is distinctively recognisable for its oval shape. 

Creating the centre of the State Rooms, the four doorways in and out point to the four compass points, while the busy frieze above depicts a Roman celebration of victorious battle. Taking its name after the magnificent floor, comprised of over seventy four-foot squares of Massa Carrara marble, the Marble Saloon is Stowe’s most breathtaking room and is the perfect space for your event, be it a wedding, dinner, or party.


The Temple Room

Also known as the State Drawing Room, the newly restored Temple Room glitters with its beautiful gilded ceiling and orange and silver shot wall covering. Originally built as an after-dinner (withdrawing) room, it later held the family’s celebrated painting collection, including pictures by Titian, Rembrandt and Rubens. These have been replaced by stately portraits of the Dukes’s family.

The State Dining Room

The State Dining Room has seen many a luxurious dinner for Royalty, including Queen Victoria in 1845, and Elizabeth II, in 2008. The highly decorated ceiling depicts mythical animals as Venus adorns the central panels. The magnificent windows look over breath-taking views of the South Front, Corinthian Arch and Octagon Lake and fill the room with natural light whatever time of the year.

The South Lawns

Offering magnificent views of the Octagon Lake and the Corinthian Arch the South Lawns are the perfect setting for outdoor filming.

Unique Filming Locations

Swanbourne House
Filming Locations

A stunning 19th Century Victorian House, in a Georgian style,  set in 55 acres of parkland. Step into its history and grandeur with secret woodland,
sunken lawns and breath-taking views. 

The Common Room

Tall ceilings and neutral colours means this space can work with any theme or style.

The Dining Room

Decorated in a pale green, with wooden plaques and a traditional fireplace. 

The Lawns

An idyllic outdoor space looks out onto the beautiful countryside with a backdrop of the stunning house. 

Unique Filming Locations

Winchester House
Filming Locations

Surrounded by lawns, the Tudor interiors of our 16th Century manor house take you back to times past with rooms adorned with dark paneling and high ceilings.

The Reading Room

The oak beamed walls, stunning fireplace and original floors create a cosy, traditional feel.

The Grand Hall

Dark wood paneling creates a regal Tudor setting, yet with high ceilings and bay windows the Grand Hall offers a spacious and light room.