Bromesberrow Estate

We are delighted to introduce the Bromesberrow Estate as a new Film Location.

Situated at the southern end of the stunningly beautiful Malvern Hills, Bromesberrow is easily accessible via the M50 & M5.

At the centre of the Estate is Bromesberrow Place, a Regency Greek revival Grade 2 listed house

Built in 1768. The house was remodelled for David Ricardo, the celebrated economist in 1820 for his son Osman. The architect was George Basevi, who was the first cousin of Benjamin Disraeli and famous for the Fitzwilliam museum in Cambridge and Belgrade Square and Pelham Crescent in London.

Bromesberrow is an ideal setting for projects with a rural background both Period and Modern.

Situated in 1,140 acres with 27 period cottages, 194 acres of managed woodland and beautifully landscaped gardens at the approach to the house Film Makers could easily shoot a complete movie here in total privacy without shifting location.

Production Managers should also note that there is ample room to accommodate the largest of Film Shoots and all their vehicles making Bromesberrow the perfect Production HQ when filming in the iconic Malvern Hills.

Bromesberrow would also be the perfect location for Commercials and Photo shoots.

Bromesberrow Estate really needs to be seen to be fully appreciated.

For all filming enquiries and to organise a recce’ please contact:
Gilbert Greenall | Tel: 01531 650102

Bromesberrow Estate, Bromesberrow,
Ledbury, Gloucestershire, HR8 1RZ

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