Stay in our Bridgerton-Themed houses close to The Filming Action

Bridgerton fans can now rent series-inspired homes in close proximity to the real-life UK filming locations The third season of Shonda Rhimes hit periodic drama is hitting our Netflix screens on May 16th. 

Fans can now be the talk of the ton and live like the diamonds of the season by visiting one of our locations.  Whether you want to explore some of the renowned UK filming locations that formed the elegant backdrops of the series or fancy a stay in a Bridgerton-inspired home, we have rounded up a list of the perfect properties that have something to suit everyone’s 1800s romantic fantasies.

The homes have even been matched to their character personality from the series, to give an idea of their vibe and ambience.

Regency Villa | Bath

Filming Locations: City of Bath, Royal Crescent, The Spa Quarter, Holburne Museum of Art & more

Bridgerton Locations: The Featherington Residence, Lady Danbury’s Residence, street scenes

2 night stay from £11,000 for 42 guests

Character Personality: Lady Violet Bridgerton

Located in the centre of Bath, the UNESCO World Heritage site where a lot of filming for the Bridgerton series took place, stands the aptly named Regency villa. This home is the epitome of luxury; every room has a bespoke Hypnos bed, goose-down duvets and Egyptian cotton linen and every bathroom is equipped with Penhaligon amenities and large fluffy bath sheets – to have you feeling like a high-end member of the ton in no time. 

This home is ideal for Violet Bridgerton, with plenty of space for children on the loose and rooms for family to stay, the warm and charming appeal of the home reflects Violet’s kind and wise personality.

In the city of Bath you can discover an abundance of filming locations that were used for the series, most within walking distance of your accommodation. Take a wander down to the Spa Quarter to see the area that provided many a backdrop for a horse and carriage street scene, or soak in the breathtaking architecture of The Royal Crescent, which at No.1 you’ll recognise as the Featheringtons’ fine London home. 

On the other side of town is the Holburne Museum of Art, or Lady Danbury’s grand abode, which also provided the stunning setting of the entrance to a ball scene in series 1. There’s no shortage of Bridgerton magic to be had in Bath!

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Bell View Manor | Sidcup

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Filming Location: Ranger’s House & Syon House

Bridgerton Locations: The Bridgerton London Household & Season 2’s First Ball 

2 night stay from £4,665 for 16 guests

Character Personality: Daphne Bridgerton

With its slick, modern interiors and yet country estate reminiscent exterior, Bell View Manor is the perfect place to promenade the gardens on the hunt for suitors. Feel at home with the cinema room at your fingertips – perfect for Bridgerton marathons – and indoor pool for relaxing and daydreaming about all your many suitors. 

This house is elegant, classy and charming, just like the diamond of the season, Daphne Bridgerton, but with a modern twist to the interior that helps it shine as the “incomparable of the season”.

A Bridgerton themed trip wouldn’t be complete without a visit to the Bridgerton home itself, which is situated in Central London, not too far from Bell View Manor. Standing on the edge of Greenwich Park, Ranger’s House is a truly elegant red brick Georgian villa, filled with breathtaking statues and paintings. The front of the building was used as the exterior of the Bridgerton’s London household, famed in the series for its stunning purple wisteria and used for many scenes featuring large family farewells and gatherings.

For more house tours, head to the location of Season 2’s dazzling first ball, Syon House, the gorgeous 18th-century Great Hall in Brentford. The house presents stunning marble features and chequered floors, and the impressive iron-and-glass Great Conservatory also provided the romantic setting for Lady Danbury’s ball. With 40 acres of gardens, you can promenade to your heart’s content.


Ivystone House | Chipping Sodbury

Filming Location: Leigh Court, Bristol

Bridgerton Locations: Ballroom scenes

3 night stay from £3,895 for 14 guests

Character Personality: Eloise Bridgerton


For a countryside getaway, but still a stone’s throw from major cities Bristol and Bath, Ivystone House is a picture-perfect property situated next to the Cotswolds. This 15th-century stone farmhouse has many exquisite details, such as the stone mullion windows, flagstone floors, and exposed oak beams of the 15th century, not to mention the circular oak staircase tower that has been carved from just a single tree where you can practise your ball entrances…

Away from the eyes of society, we imagine this home to be that of Eloise Bridgerton, filled with books and vast gardens in which to read them away from prying eyes – and scheming mama’s.

Nearby is a key location for filming the iconic ballroom scenes was the Grade II listed building Leigh Court, now an impressive wedding venue on the outskirts of Bristol. Featured in series 1 episode 3, the grand staircase of the great hall creates the setting of Daphne’s big entrance to the ball, where she catches the eye of Prince Friedrich, much to Cressida’s dismay. Bath is also just a short car journey away for those who wish to combine more Bridgerton sightseeing into one trip.




Ash Willow House | York

Filming Location: Castle Howard, York

Bridgerton Locations: The Duke’s Stately Home Clyvedon Castle, several garden scenes

2 night stay from £4,590 for 16-20 guests

Character Personality: Kate Sharma

Not far from the historic town of York is Ash Willow House, perfect for a cosy getaway with family and friends, the home comes complete with an outdoor entertainment area you can use all-year round, complete with a bar, pool table, open fireplace and breathtaking views. Four-legged friends are welcome and can roam around the large private gardens, then at the end of a long day exploring enjoy the private hot tub on the patio.

Like Kate, this house enjoys its vast grounds and natural scenery, perfect for spending time with four-legged friends like Newton and the horses.

Just a 20 minute drive from this beautiful Yorkshire home, you will find Castle Howard, the most northerly filming location used in the Bridgerton series. The magnificent 1700s house and estate was used as the Duke of Hastings’ stately home “Clyvedon Castle”, and became the marriage home of Daphne and Simon in episode 6, as well as the background to some other memorable scenes throughout the show. 

Walk in the footsteps of some of the series’ most dramatic moments in the 18th century walled gardens of Castle Howard, which hosted the famous fight scene between Daphne and Nigel Berbrooke. Further afield, you may stumble upon the Temple of The Four Winds, which provided the setting for that particularly steamy scene in the pouring rain….


Bluebird Manor | Henly-on-Thames

Filming Location: Basildon Park & House, Berkshire

Bridgerton Locations: The Final Featherington Ball

2 night stay from £3,865 for 12 guests

Character Personality: Anthony Bridgerton

A half hour’s drive from Reading you will find Bluebird Manor, a beautifully presented property complete with stunning outdoor heated swimming pool, games room and countryside extending out in every direction. Cosy up with your loved ones in the annexe, looking out across the gardens and up to the sky, or binge-watch your favourite Bridgerton series.

With an elegant facade but striking modern interior, this home would most suit Anthony Bridgerton. With ideal settings for tasks that require concentration and peace away from the big family, as well as the swimming pool, that provides the perfect opportunity to dunk your brothers and embarrass them in front of their sweethearts.

Not too far away from Bluebird Manor is Basildon House, a Grade I-listed building owned by the National Trust in Berkshire, which is the glamorous setting for a key moment in Anthony and Kate’s love story and also one character’s surprise “farewell” party (we’re looking at you, cousin Jack). The Palladian-style 18th-century country house has 400 acres of parkland to stroll around (or partake in a game of pall-mall), make sure to explore the richly decorated Neo-classical hall and spectacular staircase inside the house itself. We can’t promise anyone will confess their love for you, however…




Goldfinch Lakeside Manor | Pheasenhall


Price available upon request

24-27 guests

Character Personality: Queen Charlotte

Don your best gown and head to what feels like the setting for another luxurious Bridgerton ball, at the outstanding Goldfinch Lakeside Manor. This Grade II listed Georgian house dates back to 1827, around the time Bridgerton is set during the Regency period, making it the perfect setting for a Bridgerton themed weekend.

With 13 opulent bedrooms and 5,000 acres of parkland, the marvellous views come complete with a Serpentine lake that sprawls out in front of the house. Make sure to take a dip in the naturally filtered swimming pool or lounge on the tanning beds – or for the more active the all-weather outdoor tennis court awaits. 

Just like Queen Charlotte, this home exuberates royalty and elegance, with its striking facade and interior antiquities that draw attention from all eyes.



Chapman Country House | Swaffham

2 night stay from £3,615 for 22 guests

Character Personality: The Duke, Simon Basset

Although it may not be near any of the Bridgerton filming locations, the exterior of this Norfolk home will make you feel like you’re on set in the middle of the ton. Originally built in the Elizabethan times around 1580, a similar time to when Bridgerton is set, the elegant Georgian frontage was added to the house in the mid-1700s when the marketplace became fashionable. The blend of contemporary and period Georgian and Elizabethan features is awe-inspiring, and will certainly provide the perfect backdrop for a Bridgerton themed stay.

This home would be the perfect abode for The Duke, as an ideal getaway to fulfil Simon’s desire to retreat from society (before he met Daphne, of course), with a calm and welcoming aura that makes one feel comforted and relaxed at once.

So where will you head to, dear reader, to witness the next society scandal?




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