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A view of the Great Tower from the rose garden

A view of the Great Tower from the rose garden

The variety of interesting and colourful walled gardens, historic buildings and homely 20th-century interiors makes Greys Court a versatile film set. In the past we have stood in for a monastery and a convent, a 19th-century industrial hamlet, a haunted house and an antique hunter's paradise.

Film, TV and a murder or two

Perhaps it is the medieval ruins, atmospheric gardens or the tudor mansion? The Midsomer Murders film crew seem to be frequent and welcome visitors to Greys Court. Follow the murder trails here.

Previous highlights

  • Midsomer Murders: Dead Man's Eleven (Bentley Productions) 1999
  • Daniel Deronda (BBC) 2002
  • Midsomer Murders: Orchis Fatalis (Bentley Productions) 2005
  • Flog It (BBC) 2011
  • Midsomer Murders: a Sacred Trust (Bentley Productions) 2011
  • Downton Abbey (ITV) 2012
  • Poirot: Elephants Can Remember (ITV) 2013

A quirky backdrop

A ready-made backdrop for 'Flog It'

A ready-made backdrop for 'Flog It'

Less than an hour from London and very close to historic Henley-on-Thames, we've been used for a number of drama and factual television productions as well as features for local news.

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