Luckington Court is a beautiful Queen Anne Grade 2* listed building with wonderful views onto the gardens from every room. luckingtoncourtevents
What I never realised is the location of this house. On my research on Google Earth I see this scenery around the house. It is much more rural then i expected.
The owner of Luckington Court, Mrs. Angela Horn, and how she was accommodated during the long shooting schedule. She was able to use the kitchen, the housekeeper's room and the nursery (!!), which were set aside and redecorated for her. She had lived in the house undisturbed for 40 years and was pleasantly surprised by the fact that she enjoyed a film crew of over 70 crawling over her property. "I will miss the film crew. They really were awfully nice. They became like a family. I cried at the thought of them leaving. It was like a ghost town when they went but I cheer up by reminding myself that I now have enough money to re-roof the west wing."-Quoted from The Making of Pride and Prejudice, Penguin Books, BBC books janeaustenfilmclub
The Making of Pride and Prejudice reveals in compelling detail how Jane Austen's classic novel was transformed into the stunning television drama starring Colin Firth and Jennifer Ehle. It vividly brings to life every stage of production of this sumptuous series.