With a wide variety of buildings covering hundreds of years of diverse architectural styles, large areas of land with some stunning views and vistas, the Estate provides an ideal opportunity for film and photographic work.
In recent years the Estate has played host to several well-known television programmes such as ‘Midsomer Murders’, ‘New Tricks’ and ‘Silent Witness’ as well as larger studio productions such as the transformation of 20 acres of parkland into a magical village scene in the children’s hit ‘Nanny McPhee’.
2022 saw the filming of one of the climactic scenes for a new television production of ‘The Midwich Cuckoos’ as well as parts of the eagerly anticipated adaption of ‘The Burning Girls’ and several other projects are being considered.
Being only 20 minutes from Pinewood Studios and within easy reach of London, this beautiful rural estate is ideally placed to meet the needs of the film industry. The owners and staff of Penn House Estate are committed to future filming projects.
Earl and Countess Howe have a great passion for music and the arts in general. Penn House is used regularly by various musical ensembles for private recitals of chamber music.