Exquisite

Filming

Perfect

location

The Somerley Estate is situated on the Hampshire Dorset border on the edge of the New Forest, just 90 minutes from London via M3 & M27, together with good access links to the West Country. A jewel-box Georgian Stately Home, with more than 7,000 acres of privately owned Estate parkland, Somerley makes an impressive and versatile location for filming.

We’re proud to have opened our doors to award-winning photographers, including the legendary Mario Testino, and national and international publications, including Vogue, Vanity Fair, Elle, Brides and Tatler.

Somerley has featured prominently in several TV and film shoots, including The Royals and the Netflix smash hit The Crown.

However action packed (car chase, charging horses, explosives)  your shoot Somerley has a variety of spaces to create that perfect scene.  Similarly, if you’re looking for unparalleled elegance, an exquisite collection of art and an array of wide, green open spaces for your shoot, then we’d love to hear from you.

For all filming enquiries, please contact our Events Team.

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What Can Somerley

Offer You?

ARCHITECTURE

A Georgian Stately Home with a range of beautifully spacious rooms, all with high ceilings and period features. A majestic colonnade overlooking the formal gardens.

TOPOGRAPHY

A varied array of valleys, rivers and lakes set within open parkland and clusters of Douglas Firs, dense deciduous forests and heathland.

ART

A magnificent 90ft Picture Gallery featuring an impressive collection of British and European artists.

GARDENS

Elegant floral borders, stepped grassy tiers leading you down to the vast parklands & meandering River Avon. Home of the rare Triton Fountain, only two found in the world.

SETTINGS

Sweeping driveways, Georgian stables, country tracks, bridges, outbuildings, a walled garden, a quarry, a village setting, vintage swimming pool and a golf course - all set in the private 7,000 acre Somerley Estate.

PREP

We have ample flat ‘set up’ space for Base Units and Crowd Control Areas.

 

The Middle of Nowhere

but at the Centre of Everything