Castle Combe Village
Claims to be “England’s prettiest village”.
Quaint honey-coloured stone houses form a picturesque street leading to the By Brook bridge.
Medieval church, market cross and 500 year old pub.
Museum and organic farm trail.
The Georgian buildings and streets of Bath have been used for many films including The Duchess, Vanity Fair, Persuasion and Dracula.
Download a free movie map from Visit Bath.
Bradford on Avon
The unspoilt streets make the town a perfect location for films. Recently the Charles Darwin biopic, Creation was filmed here.
Grand baroque mansion set amidst beautiful rolling parkland.
Magnificent collection of 17th century Dutch paintings, pottery and furniture.
Victorian domestic quarters give an insight into servants’ lives.
Elegant formal gardens, deer park, woodland and lakes to explore.
Picturesque village with many well-preserved characterful buildings dating from the 13th century.
Medieval cloistered abbey converted into a fine country house.
Botanic Garden and Victorian woodland with spring flowers.
Fox Talbot Museum of Photography.
One of the world’s finest landscape gardens.
Beautiful lakeside walk with stunning vistas towards ornate classical temples.
Colourful, rare and exotic trees.
Palladian mansion with Chippendale furniture, fine paintings and Regency library.
Wider estate has Iron Age hill forts and 50m high King Alfred’s Tower.
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This website has been developed with the help of the Community Area Partnership
Photography by eberlin and others