The Winter Guest was filmed at Elie and Pittenweem.
town scenes were filmed in Pittenweem, a charming fishing village in the East Neuk of Fife.
beach scenes were filmed upon the shores of a picturesque Scottish seaside town in the icy depths of winter, around Elie in Fife. Both the lighthouse and the beach next to the car park appear in the movie.
Elie in Fife
Kenneth Branagh chose Vignamaggio, in Tuscany, as the setting for his 1993 adaptation of the theatrical comedy “ ”. Much ado about nothing
Vignamaggio is in the geographical and enological heart of the
Chianti Classico region, half way between Florence and Siena.
The estate was already famous as the birthplace of
Mona Lisa in 1479.
Much ado about nothing – the cast
The George Inn in Somerset claims to be Britain’s oldest tavern.
It was built in the 14th or 15th century to accommodate travellers and merchants coming to the annual wool fairs that were held in the village from the late 13th century until 1902.
The building has been used as a setting for
: it’s the pub where The remains of the day Miss Kenton and Mr. Benn meet during a rainy evening.
The George Inn
The George Inn – The remains of the day
Mr. Benn and Miss Kenton
The Tap Room in the Langham Hotel, Pasadena, is a stylish and inviting space and it was one of the locations of . Saving Mr. Banks
The original hotel bar opened in the 1930s after Prohibition ended.
In this place Mrs Travers orders a tea to the bartender before returning to her room.
The Tap Room
The Tap Room – Saving Mr. Banks
St Mary’s Church in South Devon, built in the 1490’s by Sir Richard de Pomeroy, is one of the surviving English parish churches that is over 500 years old.
It features in the final scene of
during the wedding of Marianne and Colonel Brandon. Sense and sensibility
St Mary’s Church
Sense and sensibility – wedding
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.
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.
Powderham Castle, a medieval pile dating from 1390 set in a deer park, supplied more interiors.
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