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Category: Cornwall Landscape

Cornwall Landscape

Ednovean Farm

Ednovean Farm

We’re delighted to introduce this atmospheric new location Ednovean Farm Ednovean is a 17 century converted Granite barn with completely open plan upper floor. Art Directors will appreciate that it is furnished with antique, vintage and arts and crafts furnishings with liberty sofas. The upper floor opens to a stable door and outside steps. Bedrooms …

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Truro School

Truro School is situated on the hill overlooking the City and 19th century Truro Cathedral. The main School building was established in 1882 and in 1928 the Prince of Wales (later to become King Edward VIII) laid the foundation stone of the school chapel. The School has two large sports halls, astro turf sports pitch, …

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Trewan Hall

“Trewan Hall is a 17th century Cornish manor house, grade II* listed. It is set in 36 acres of gardens, woodlands and fields with views across the valley, taking in the local town of St Columb and beyond. It has a relaxing atmosphere, quiet and peaceful with interesting sites around the estate including a number …

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Treharrock Manor

Treharrock Manor

We are very pleased to introduce this delightful new location Treharrock Manor which is a Georgian Country House set in 15 acres of Garden and Wooded Grounds. Treharrock, built in 1815 in an elegant and spacious style, is set in 15 acres of its own grounds amongst farmland about 2 miles inland from the historic …

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Prideaux Place

Prideaux Place

Prideaux Place in Cornwall is one of the West country’s most beautiful and frequently used locations for film-making. Trevor Nunn’s ‘Twelfth Night’ is one period film that was made here. Another was ‘Oscar and Lucinda’ and according to location manager Angus Moore-Gordon, ‘the owners couldn’t have been more accommodating’. Prideaux Place’s wealth of period detail …

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Commonwood Manor

We are delighted to introduce this stunning new location Commonwood Manor. Commonwood Manor is an inspired location for film, television and photographic shoots, offering easy access by road, rail and air. Commonwood Manor is also an ideal location for many types of Period and Contemporary Drama and offers great Camera Positions for filming the beautiful …

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Duchy of Cornwall

Duchy of Cornwall

Cornwall – The Duchy of Cornwall estate is steeped in history and, as such, offers film-makers, and all who visit her, unique locations. These include ancient tin and copper mines, villages, period buildings similar to these, inns, farmlands, scenic woodland, moorland, spectacular coastlines, long golden beaches, sheltered anchorages, coves, lush Cornish country side and more

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Duchy of Cornwall

Cornwall – The oldest dukedom in England, The Duchy is held by the eldest living son of the British Sovereign and was created by Edward III in 1337. The private estate consists of lands, honours, franchises and extensive rights. Its holdings are found, not only in Cornwall, but also in Devon, Somerset, Hereford and elsewhere in South West England.

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