A Country Estate Film Location

Talhenbont Hall is an elegant Elizabethan country estate filming location in the UK, which offers opulent décor, original features, and picturesque grounds which are truly fit to augment the atmosphere you wish to create, as well as capture the imagination of audiences everywhere.

Equal parts breath-taking and magical, Talhenbont Hall is so perfect for those that seek a unique location for photography shoots, product launches, publicity events, commercial shoots, or those that seek a truly unique film shooting location in the UK.

Talhenbont Hall is unique with the fact that it provides a sense of privacy and peace due to the fact that it is a gated and wholly private Estate.

Talhenbont Hall also provides accommodation for up to 42 cast / crew members.

Inside Talhenbont Hall

Constructed in 1607, Talhenbont Hall is a living and breathing call back to the elegance of times long past, and is Grade II Listed.

Talhenbont Hall boasts very many original features, such as a Minton tiled floor, handsome oak-panelled rooms, attractive open fireplaces rebuilt in the image of the originals, magnificent stained glasswork throughout the building, as well as an original set of servants’ bells, just to name a few things.

Talhenbont Hall is both a wonderful example of the architecture of the Elizabethan period, as well as one of the most authentic insights into the estate life of this bygone era.

Well-maintained and brought up-to-date with varying amenities, the renovation which has taken place within Talhenbont Hall has been sympathetic in nature, staying true to the aesthetics of the building.

Features such as Chesterfield sofas, five individually styled bedrooms, as well as the high decorative ceilings throughout the hall are examples of the new blending beautifully with the old in order to provide the most one of the most authentic and elegant country estate filming locations in the UK.


  • Five individually designed, styled bedrooms
  • Open feature fires
  • Original period features
  • Sympathetic restoration and maintenance throughout the building

External Grounds

Talhenbont Hall lies in an idyllic position in an unspoiled 75 acres of privately-owned land. The estate grounds themselves offer many opportunities to provide varying backdrops – woodland walks which are parallel to the 1.5 mile stretch of the Afon Dwyfach river- with deep and shallow pools, and even a series of waterfalls to be enjoyed.

Talhenbont Hall boasts a Japanese water garden on the grounds, as well as the Quackery, a miniature village inhabited by all manner of rare breeds of birds including the golden pheasant, a number of geese and ducks. Of note are the peacocks of Talhenbont Hall – adding yet more class to this highly desirable filming location. The estate of Talhenbont Hall features an all-weather tennis court, and a striking outdoor chess set.


  • 75 acres of untouched woodland
  • Manicured gardens
  • Japanese water garden
  • Unique features such as a miniature village and outdoor chess set
  • All-weather tennis court
  • Private river, and a series of woodland walks

The Cottages

Talhenbont Hall is accompanied by no less than five individual cottages with character features such as exposed stone walls, timber beams, slate floors and open fires – all located within a courtyard position and renovated carefully, in a fashion befitting the architecture of the period.

In addition, the original gate house of Talhenbont Hall, the Hunting Lodge, stands at the walled entrance to the Estate. All self-contained, working holiday lets, these cottages can be used as filming locations in themselves or as accommodation for a crew.