Historic houses raise revenue with TV appearances

No country house owner should be blind the fact that their home may be the perfect location for filming a TV drama or a photoshoot. The Times reports on the many houses which you may recognise as the lavish locations for your Sunday evening TV shows. 

Professional companies rarely pose a threat to the houses or grounds and fees of several thousand pounds for a few days disruption can be a quick way of raising revenue.

Full story: ‘Historic homes in the BBC’s new series of Emma‘ [The Times]

About Matthew Beckett - The Country Seat

An amateur architectural historian with a particular love of UK country houses in all their many varied and beautiful forms.
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