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If you’re looking for all the most beautiful and noble Pride and Prejudice filming locations then it is a truth universally acknowledged that we’ve got you covered! 

From finding the majestic Pemberley to iconic Peak District locations, there are so many incredible Pride and Prejudice places to discover. Let’s go!

Psst! Be sure to read until the end as we’ve also included some bonus Jane Austen filming locations for other fantastic adaptations!

Pride and Prejudice Filming Locations Around England

There are two popular adaptations of the Pride and Prejudice novel: the 1995 BBC TV series with Colin Firth as Mr Darcy and the 2005 movie with Keira Knightley as Elizabeth Bennet. 

Each of these adaptations uses different movie locations around England so we’ve split them up accordingly (red = 1995 and purple = 2005).

Whether you want to walk in the steps of Firth, Knightley or both, we’ve got you covered. Let’s go location scouting!

Pride and Prejudice 1995 Locations

Map of Pride and Prejudice 1995 Locations

Peak District National Park, Derbyshire

Views of the Peak District from near Bamford Edge

The Peak District is a beautiful and iconic image in Pride and Prejudice and is where Elizabeth can be found exploring with her aunt and uncle before visiting Pemberley and seeing Mr Darcy again.

How to visit:

At 555 square miles, the Peak District might not be the UK’s largest National Park, but it’s certainly one of the most famous and can be found in between Manchester, Sheffield and Nottingham. 

If you want to see one of the most iconic BBC Pride and Prejudice locations in the Peak District, then you’ll want to head to Ramshaw Rocks, which are close to the A53 in the southwest part of the Peak District. 

There is parking nearby and you won’t need to hike for too long to get to the iconic rocks.

Pride and Prejudice Address Book:

Ramshaw Rocks Layby
ST13 8UE

Other places to visit nearby:

  • Doxey Pool: You can’t possibly leave the Peak District without hiking for longer. The Ramshaw Rocks are part of a fabulous hike along The Roaches, which includes a pitstop at Doxey Pool. It’s said that a mermaid or ‘Blue Nymph’ lives in the pool (although don’t let your children get too close as the mermaid is said to pull children in!)
  • Longnor: Found just ten minutes away from the Ramshaw Rocks is the village of Longnor, which was also used as a filming location within the 1995 BBC TV series. Chapel Street in Longnor was where the Lambton Inn was said to be.

RELATED: 3 Day Peak District Weekend Itinerary For First Time Visitors

Chapel Street, Longnor

It’s easy to see two Pride and Prejudice 1995 locations in one day thanks to the village of Longnor being a mere ten-minute drive from the Ramshaw Rocks. 

Here, you can walk along Chapel Street, which was used as the fictional town of Lambton and the Lambton Inn (where Elizabeth Bennet stayed with her aunt and uncle during their jaunt to the Peak District).

How to visit:

To make your search for Pride and Prejudice filming locations even more memorable, why not stay in the village of Longnor

There are lots of quaint little cottages and bustling inns to stay in, which will easily transport you back in time!

Pride and Prejudice Address Book:

Chapel Street

Other places to visit nearby:

  • Bakewell: Found just 20 minutes from Longnor is the old market town of Bakewell. Despite Longnor being used as the filming location for Lambton, it’s believed that Jane Austen actually got her inspiration from Bakewell instead. So a walk through here would complement any Pride and Prejudice trip to the Peak District!
  • Chatsworth House: Found 30 minutes from Longnor (and close to the village of Bakewell) is the majestic Chatsworth House, which was actually one of the Pride and Prejudice 2005 filming locations as none other than the exterior of Pemberley itself.

Belton House, Lincolnshire

Belton House - Pride & Prejudice 1995 Location

The majestic 17th-century Belton House in Lincolnshire serves as both the interior and exterior of Rosings Park, home to the formidable Lady Catherine de Bourgh.

How to visit:

Belton House is a National Trust property, which means members can visit for free

For non-members, if you just want to visit the gardens then you can pay on the door. But if you also want to visit the main rooms inside the mansion, then this is via a pre-bookable timed entry system

Note that National Trust members will still need to book their keys for the house in advance; you just won’t have to pay anything.

Pride and Prejudice Address Book:

Belton House
NG32 2LS 
(SatNav: NG32 2LW)

Other places to visit nearby:

  • Belvoir Castle: Just 20 minutes from Belton House, Belvoir Castle is the 11th-century ancestral home of the Duke of Rutland and is open to the public on some weekends.
  • Wyndham Park: Charming park for walking and playing in, just 2.5 miles from Belton House.

Lyme Park, Cheshire

Views of the house at Lyme Park from across the lake

Lyme Park is a magnificent Edwardian manor in Cheshire and served as all of the exterior shots of Mr Darcy’s Pemberley estate within the 1995 TV adaptation. Note that Sudbury Hall in Derbyshire was used for the interior shots.

How to visit:

Lyme Park can be found close to the tip of the eastern side of the Peak District National Park, while Sudbury Hall is 45 miles south of there.

Both properties are owned by the National Trust, which is great news if you’re a member as you’ll be able to visit both places for free and on the same day. Tickets can be bought on the door for non-members.

Pride and Prejudice Address Book:

Lyme Park
SK12 2NR
Sudbury Hall
Main Road

Other places to visit nearby:

  • Eccles Pike: The Peak District gets its name from the 65 hills and mountains found throughout this area of England. Eccles Pike is 370 metres high and is just 20 minutes from Lyme Park.
  • Longnor and Ramshaw Rocks: Longnor and the nearby Ramshaw Rocks are within an hour’s drive south of Lyme Park, so you could easily turn your Peak District trip into a complete Pride and Prejudice jaunt!

RELATED: 3 Day Peak District Weekend Itinerary For First Time Visitors

Lacock Abbey & Village, Wiltshire

The unmissable Lacock Abbey cloisters stood in for the University of Cambridge during flashbacks of Mr Darcy’s time as a student.

While Lacock Village was the setting of the fictional town of Meryton where we first meet the too-charming George Wickham.

How to visit:

Lacock Abbey is owned by the National Trust, which means members can visit for free, while non-members can pay at the door. 

You’ll also want to leave some time to stroll around the pretty Cotswolds village of Lacock, which is home to old timber-framed houses, sweet shops and country pubs.

Pride and Prejudice Address Book:

SN15 2LG

Other places to visit nearby:

  • Castle Combe: Less than 20 minutes from Lacock, you’ll find Castle Combe, which is another very pretty Cotswolds village.
  • Avebury: Avebury is Stonehenge’s lesser-known cousin and is just 25 minutes away from Lacock. Here, you’ll find a stone circle, quaint village, museum and 16th-century manor house that are all well worth exploring. You can also see lots of historic sites in Avebury via a long walk if you fancy it.
  • Bath: The old Roman city of Bath is just 30 minutes away and is perfectly situated for a historic day out in addition to your time in Lacock.
  • Stonehenge: Roughly 40 minutes from Lacock, you’ll find Stonehenge, one of the UK’s most famous landmarks.
  • Highclere Castle: If Highclere Castle is open when you’re in this area, you should consider getting tickets if you can. It’s an hour from Lacock and is the iconic Downton Abbey filming location.

Teigh Old Rectory, Leicestershire

The charming Teigh Old Rectory in Leicestershire served as the Collins’ rectory within Lady Catherine de Bourgh’s Rosings Park.

How to visit:

Although the rectory is a private residence, they’ve actually turned it into a bed and breakfast, which means you can make like Charlotte and relax in the parlour with your tea, scones and tapestries. 

Check prices and availability (or just take a virtual tour of the rooms) via their website.

Pride and Prejudice Address Book:

Old Rectory
Main Street
LE15 7RT

Other places to visit nearby:

  • Rutland Water: Rutland Water is a reservoir and one of the largest artificial lakes in all of Europe – and is just 20 minutes away from the Old Rectory. Whether you prefer long walks, cycling, fishing or sailing, you can do all of this and more here.
  • Belton House: Drive for roughly 40 minutes north of the Old Rectory and you can visit Belton House (which was used as the filming location for Lady Catherine de Bourgh’s Rosings Park). How’s that for a Pride and Prejudice inspired weekend getaway?

The eagle eyed among you will have spotted that this list of Pride and Prejudice 1995 locations doesn’t include the Bennet family home. In the 1995 BBC adaptation, Luckington Court in Wiltshire was used, which is a private residence. So unless you’ve got £9 million to spare, this is one filming location that you won’t be able to visit.

Pride and Prejudice 2005 Locations

Map of Pride and Prejudice 2005 Locations

Chatsworth House, Derbyshire

Views of Chatsworth House from across the lake

The stunning 17th-century Chatsworth House was used as exterior shots for Pemberley, while some interior scenes were also filmed here.

Wilton House in Wiltshire was also used for some interior Pemberley shots such as the library and drawing room.

How to visit:

Both Chatsworth House and Wilton House are family homes (to Dukes, Duchesses, Earls and Countesses) but they are open to the public on select days. 

Take a look at their websites to find out when you can visit and how to book tickets online:

Pride and Prejudice Address Book:

Chatsworth House
DE45 1PP
Wilton House

Other places to visit nearby:

  • Haddon Hall: Twenty minutes south of Chatsworth House is Haddon Hall. The dining room was used as the Lambton Inn during the 2005 Pride and Prejudice movie.
  • Bakewell, Longnor & Ramshaw Rocks: All of these places are within a short drive of Chatsworth House and are all connected with Pride and Prejudice. Bakewell is said to be the original inspiration for Lambton in the novel, while both Longnor and the Ramshaw Rocks were used as Pride and Prejudice 1995 locations.
  • Salisbury: Wilton House is just ten minutes away from the historic city of Salisbury. Read all about the best things to do in one day in Salisbury here.
  • Stourhead: The National Trust-owned Stourhead estate and gardens are just over 30 minutes away from Wilton House and are well worth visiting if you have the time. The Temple of Apollo in the gardens was also a Pride and Prejudice 2005 filming location and is where Mr Darcy confessed his love for Elizabeth Bennet in the rain.

Groombridge Place, Kent

The 17th-century manor house of Groombridge Place near Tunbridge Wells in Kent served as the Bennet family home within the 2005 movie. 

How to visit:

You can’t go inside the manor house here as it’s a private residence. But you can get photos of it from the outside as you’re welcome to enjoy the enchanted forest and formal gardens surrounding the house and estate. Book tickets online in advance here.

Pride and Prejudice Address Book:

Groombridge Hill

Other places to visit nearby:

  • Scotney Castle: Owned by the National Trust, Scotney Castle is a 14th century moated castle and is just 25 minutes away from Groombridge Place.
  • Hever Castle & Gardens: Found on the Kent/Surrey/Sussex border, Hever Castle dates back to the 13th century and was once the childhood home of Anne Boleyn, Henry VIII’s second wife and mother to Elizabeth I. You can visit both the castle and gardens or just the gardens if you prefer. Online prices are cheaper than getting tickets on the door.

Stourhead, Wiltshire

Dogs are allowed in the garden on leads at certain times of day. From March to October, they’re welcome after 4pm; after 3pm in November; and during the daytime from December to February.

The beautiful National Trust-owned estate of Stourhead is home to one of the most iconic Pride and Prejudice 2005 locations of them all. 

The Temple of Apollo overlooking the estate was where Mr Darcy finally confesses his love for Elizabeth… in the rain… 

But he sadly doesn’t quite use the right words to convince her of how much he really does love her. This temple even allows for weddings to take place here too!

The Temple of Apollo - Pride & Prejudice 2005 Location

How to visit:

The Stourhead House, Gardens and Estate are all owned by the National Trust. While members can visit for free, non-members can buy their tickets on the door. 

You’ll need to climb a steep hill to get to the Temple of Apollo in the main Stourhead estate (where the lake is), but it’s well worth it for both the views and to see this iconic Pride and Prejudice 2005 location up close.

Pride and Prejudice Address Book:

BA12 6QF

Other places to visit nearby:

  • Wilton House & Salisbury: Stourhead is just over 30 minutes away from Wilton House, which served as some of the interior shots at Pemberley, and is 45 minutes away from Salisbury, which is a historic city and well worth exploring.
  • Glastonbury: The iconic town of Glastonbury is roughly 45 minutes west of Stourhead. Glastonbury Tor has great views of the surrounding countryside while Clark’s Village in Street, Somerset is less than 10 minutes away from Glastonbury. Here, you’ll find a huge array of outlet shopping for large high street and designer stores.

Basildon Park, Berkshire

Basildon Park - Pride & Prejudice 2005 Filming Location

The incredible 18th century mansion Basildon Park was used as Netherfield Park in the 2005 Pride and Prejudice movie where Mr Bingley and Mr Darcy were staying. 

This is also where Jane takes to bed with a cold (thanks to her mother’s ingenious attempts at matchmaking).

The interior was renovated in the 1950s so elaborate set dressings were used inside to make the interior shots in keeping with Austen’s era.

We also see Basildon Park make an appearance within Netflix’s hit TV show, Bridgerton!

Basildon Park - Pride & Prejudice 2005 Filming Location

How to visit:

Basildon Park is now owned by the National Trust so members can visit for free

Non-members can buy tickets for the house, gardens and 400-acre estate on the door. 

You’ll want to spend all day here as the walks around the estate are extensive and well worth it (especially in the spring when the woodlands sprout thousands of bluebells).

Pride and Prejudice Address Book:

Basildon Park
Lower Basildon

Don’t miss nearby:

  • Highclere Castle: Found 35 minutes south of Basildon Park is the majestic Highclere Castle, which served as both interior and exterior scenes in Downton Abbey.

Burghley House, Lincolnshire

The incredible Tudor mansion Burghley House was built in the 1500s by Queen Elizabeth I’s Lord High Treasurer. 

It was suitably used as Lady Catherine de Burgh’s Rosings Park in the 2005 movie adaptation.

How to visit:

Even though Burghley House is still the home of Michael Cecil (the 8th Marquess of Exeter) and his family, it’s possible to visit both the house and gardens on select days. 

You can book tickets online in advance via their website.

Pride and Prejudice Address Book:

Burghley House

Other places to visit nearby:

  • Stamford: The historic town of Stamford is just ten minutes away from Burghley House and is full of 17th and 18th-century listed buildings, making for one hell of a historic day out.

Peak District National Park, Derbyshire

Peak District views near Hartington Village

Peak District National Park not only served as a 1995 Pride and Prejudice location but also within the 2005 movie as well. 

This is where we see Elizabeth Bennet standing on the edge of the aptly named Stanage Edge as the camera pans across the stunning Peak District countryside.

How to visit:

Stanage Edge is on the eastern side of the Peak District and is roughly a ten minute walk from the nearest parking – although you’ll have to traverse some steep hills.

Pride and Prejudice Address Book:

Stanage Edge
Hope Valley
S32 1DZ

Don’t miss nearby:

More Jane Austen Filming Locations Around England

If you’ve loved finding all the above Pride and Prejudice filming locations then you’ll love finding even more Jane Austen filming locations. 

Use our handy list below to find some of the best ones!

Emma (2020) Filming Locations

If you’re wondering where the recent 2020 movie adaptation of Emma was filmed then here are five must-see filming locations:

  • Chavenage House in Gloucestershire is Mr Weston’s Randalls estate.
  • Firle Place in East Sussex is Mr Woodhouse’s Hartfield estate.
  • Kingston Bagpuize House in Oxfordshire is the location of Mrs Goddard’s school.
  • Lower Slaughter in the Cotswolds serves as the village of Highbury.
  • Wilton House in Wiltshire serves as Mr Knightley’s home (and is also a Pride and Prejudice 2005 filming location).

Persuasion (2007) Filming Locations

Persuasion is perhaps my favourite storyline out of all of Jane Austen’s novels and the 2007 ITV movie adaptation is excellent. Here’s where to visit to walk in Anne Elliot’s footsteps:

  • Various places in Bath in Somerset were used throughout the movie including the Botanical Gardens, Royal Crescent and Pump Rooms.
  • Lyme Regis in Dorset is where Anne Elliot, Captain Wentworth and their friends spend some time vacationing.

RELATED: 12 Beautiful & Historic Literary Places To Visit In England

Lyme Regis

Mansfield Park (1999) Filming Locations

Mansfield Park is another of my favourite plots and the 1999 movie adaptation is a great film to watch. 

Kirby Hall in Northamptonshire is the main filming location throughout the movie as it’s where the Bertram family live. It’s managed by the English Heritage and you can explore both inside and out.

Sense and Sensibility (1995) Filming Locations

The 1995 movie adaptation of Sense and Sensibility was shot entirely on location in England. Here are some of the must-see locations:

  • Saltram House in Plymouth serves as Norland Park where the Dashwood family must relocate from.
  • Efford House in Devon is where the Dashwood family end up living. You can actually rent out the cottage for vacations!
  • Wilton House in Wiltshire is where the grand ‘London’ ball took place and where Elinor Dashwood bumps into John Willoughby.

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Justine is one half of the married couple behind the Wanderers of the World travel blog. She lives in Bristol, UK and has travelled extensively within Europe and beyond since 2013. After her trips, she shares detailed travel itineraries, helpful travel guides and inspiring blog posts about the places she's been to. When she's not travelling overseas, you'll find her joining her husband, Scott on various day trips, weekend getaways and walks within the UK, which she also writes about on Wanderers of the World. Aside from travelling and writing, she also loves reading, crafting and learning about nature.

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