Originally the ancestral home of the Earls of Shrewsbury, Ingestre Hall is a grade 2*, red brick Jacobean country mansion set in rural Capability Brown landscaped grounds with formal gardens. Period interiors include the panelled Great Hall, the Yellow Room with ornate plasterwork ceiling and fireplace, and the atmospheric Red Room. All rooms have high ceilings and feature original portraiture from the Shrewsbury Collection. Additionally there are other more contemporary interiors such as the 1950s inspired Coffee Bar, the Dance Studio, dormitories and bedrooms and a large professional catering kitchen. The sweeping grounds are a mix of landscaping, wooded areas and formal gardens including pathways and period features such as fountains and stone benches. The hall and grounds are set in a quiet, secluded rural location away from main roads, but with easy vehicle access.
Ingestre Hall operates as a residential education centre for visiting school groups and has accommodation and full catering facilities onsite for cast and crew, which could be made available to clients, subject to availability.
As a centre visited by children and young people it is important to the Hall that the content of any filming or photographic work featuring Ingestre Hall should be of an appropriate nature, and as such must fully meet the approval of the Head of Centre prior to any shoot taking place.
Over the years several television documentaries have featured Ingestre Hall and we have on occasion allowed film students to use our unique historic location in their own projects. Please contact us for further details and costs.
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