We are delighted to introduce this lovely new location Dunnanelly Country House.
Dunnanelly Country House is a substantial country house set in 80 acres of natural fields and woodland , and is located just 3 miles from Downpatrick, County Down, Northern Ireland. The house is just half a mile from the main road and is totally secluded with stunning views, giving fantastic camera positions for filming the Mountains of Mourne to the south, and Slieve Croob to the west. All rooms overlook the beautiful wildlife pond, fields with dry-stone walls and the magnificent mountains beyond.
Production Managers should note that Belfast International Airport is just 35 miles (approx 1 hour) away, and Belfast George Best City Airport is 22 Miles (approx 40 minutes) There is adequate private and secure parking which means that Dunnanelly House is not only a great location for many types of period drama, but also a highly suitable Production HQ when filming in this beautiful part of Northern Ireland as it has adequate parking for Unit Vehicles.
Production Designers will greatly appreciate the sensitively restored interiors and the garden with terrace and outside furniture for guests use, Garden walks, Billiards Room, Croquet lawn and Boulles pitch means that senior members of the Cast & Crew will very much enjoy staying at Dunnanelly on ‘Hotel Call’ whilst being close to where filming is taking place.
For all filming enquiries and to organise a ‘recce’ please contact: Sally King | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Tel: 07712 779085
26 Rocks Chapel Rd, Crossgar, Downpatrick BT30 9BA | Web: dunnanellycountryhouse.com