Arreton Manor

We are delighted to introduce this stunning and unique location Arreton Manor.

The Manor of Arreton belonged to Alfred the Great. He left the Manor to his younger son, Ethelward subsequently it was owned by Edward the Confessor and Henry VIII.

Arreton Manor was largely built in the 16th Century and has been lovingly looked after over the years. It is a stunning building set within 5 acres of landscaped formal gardens which have been designed and created by the present owners.

Arreton Manor is ideal for many types of Period Drama and is situated in beautiful landscaped gardens which makes it an ideal backdrop for feature films and commercials.

The interiors are fantastic with original oak pannelling, furniture and unique features. Art Directors and Production Designers would have little trouble in creating a genuine period ‘feel’ to the location. Think ‘Wolf Hall’ or ‘Twelfth Night’.

There is very comfortable accommodation in The Manor and Self catering On Site. Senior members of the Cast & Crew will very much enjoy staying here whilst being very close to where filming is taking place.

For all Filming Enquiries and to organise a ‘Recce’ please contact: Julia on Tel: 01983 522604 | Email:

Arreton Manor, Arreton, Isle of Wight PO30 3AA | Web:

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