Long Crendon Manor has been chosen for many television and film productions over the years and continues to be a popular location less than an hour from West London. Many varied and unique indoor and outdoor scenes are possible including the Medieval Hall, beamed C14th dining room, library and various period bedrooms. Outdoors includes the stables, maze with fountain, lawns and pasture land with unspoiled open views, summer house, vegetable gardens and swimming pool.
From a production perspective, there is ample discrete space on the estate for trucks, vans and cars as well as honey wagon, generators and catering. Green rooms, make-up and wardrobe space are regularly provided and everyone at Long Crendon Manor is flexible and respectful of crews.
Some notable previous productions:
• The Private Life of Henry VIII (1934) with Charles Laughton.
• The Seven Dials Mystery (1980) with Sir John Gielgud.
• Midsomer Murders (ITV From 2000 and ongoing).
• Little Dorrit (BBC 2009).
• The Woman in Black (2012) with Daniel Radcliffe.
• Spotless (Canal + 2014)