The remains of the day locations

James Ivory used many locations for The remains of the day.

Darlington Hall is a conflation of several houses.

Dyrham Park was used for the exterior of Darlington Hall. It is situated about six miles north of Bath, Somerset.

Dyrham Park

Much of the inside of ‘Darlington’, including the entrance hall and Miss Kenton’s and Mr Stevens’ parlours, is Badminton House, about 10 miles north of Bath in Gloucestershire.

Badminton House
Badminton House
Badminton House

Powderham Castle, a medieval pile dating from 1390 set in a deer park, supplied more interiors.

Powderham Castle
Powderham Castle
Powderham Castle

The tea room where Stevens and Mrs Benn meet after 20 years is the 1920s Winter Gardens Pavilion, now part of Weston College.

Winter Gardens Pavilion

The place where they sit together is the Grand Pier on Marine Parade, Somerset. In 2008 The pier was destroyed by fire and later rebuilt.

Grand Pier on Marine Parade

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