Escapes inspired by the Bridgerton filming location

If you’ve been looking forward to the hottest gossip devouring the world of Lady Whistledown, you’re not alone. Ever since Netflix brought author Julia Quinn’s novels to the big screen, viewers have been hooked.

Getting lost in the series is easy to do, and it made us more curious than ever to discover Bridgerton’s filming locations.

Although we’re not all Lords and Ladies, the UK is full of amazing vacation spots that will give you some major Regency vibes that are a perfect match for the Netflix series. So once you’ve wrapped up season two and recovered from the unfolding scandals and drama, we recommend booking a weekend getaway before the Bridgerton blues sets in.

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Bridgerton Filming Locations

How many of us have blurted out, “Oh, I’ve been there!” when Daphne and Simon were walking in front of a particularly grand façade? Here’s a quick recap of some of Bridgerton’s most iconic filming locations to inspire your vacation hunt.

Rangers Home, Greenwich

Photo: English Heritage

A must-see filming location is that of the series’ namesake: The Bridgertons. Exterior views of their wisteria-filled house are of Ranger’s House in Greenwich. Built in Georgian times, the house houses the 700-piece art collection of Sir Julius Wernher, a 19th-century businessman.

Wilton House, Salisbury

Located a short drive from Salisbury, exterior shots of Wilton House are used to the Duke of Hastings’ mansion throughout the show. His interiors also make appearances during the season.

The Royal Crescent, Bath

Photo: Kat Miller

Essentially British, the Royal Crescent is a magnificent example of Georgian architecture. Posing as London, you’ll see this location used for exterior views of Featherington’s house.

Lancaster House, London

Just around the corner from Green Park and St James’ Park along The Mall you come to the historic Lancaster House. This location is used for interior shots of Queen Charlotte’s residence.

Castle Howard, York

Photo: Castle Howard

Grand and opulent, Castle Howard makes appearances in Bridgerton as the exterior of Clyvedon House.

Holidays like in 1813

Visiting the filming locations of Bridgerton calls for a country retreat fit for a queen. For lovers of all things Regency-era, these are incredible hideaways for the perfect weekend.

The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa

Photo: Expedia

Location: Bath

If you want the ultimate Bridgerton getaway, a few nights at the Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa should do the trick.

Centrally located in the Royal Crescent, this hotel and spa is a luxury staple while the building itself is steeped in history. Minutes from the heart of the city, you can enjoy all that Bath has to offer and the sights in front of you, including the Holburne Museum (whose facade you’ll recognize as Lady Danbury’s house). But the city isn’t all this hotel has to offer.

The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa is just as much a destination in its own right. With 24-hour room service, a restaurant, bar, and full-service spa, booking one of the 45 rooms at this A-grade Bridgerton spot is a must.

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Ellenborough Park


Location: Cheltenham

Steeped in history, Ellenborough Park dates back to the late 1400s. In the 1830s it became the home of the first Earl of Ellenborough, after whom the hotel is named. Wandering its halls is a treat for those obsessed with the quintessential British country house aesthetic.

With its rolling lawns and manicured gardens, it’s the perfect spot for a sunny getaway. And if you’re looking for more Bridgerton-style sights, spend a day exploring nearby Sudeley Castle. Opened in March, this must-see landmark is a Grade I listed building and the only private castle in England that is the final resting place of a queen, Katherine Parr.

Ellenborough Park is not only a country gem, it offers guests access to its full-service spa, indoor and outdoor pools, two restaurants, bar and lounges. Family friendly, there is plenty to do with your children and pets are also welcome.

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east wing

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Location: Wolerton

Gather your best Bridgerton-loving friends for a Regency-rich getaway to Wolerton. The east wing is available for reservation through Airbnb and can accommodate up to 14 people with its seven bedrooms, eight beds and 5.5 bathrooms.

Vintage-accurate touches complement modern updates for an added luxury experience. Think Persian rugs, Colefax & Fowler fabrics, crystal chandeliers and more, stunning bathrooms and a kitchen to die for.

Other perks offered at the East Wing include lake access, a dog-friendly environment, washer and dryer, and security cameras for added convenience.

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Kilworth House Hotel and Theater

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Location: Lutterworth

The Kilworth House Hotel is capable of transporting you to another time and another world. Not a single detail is spared at Kilworth. Decadent style, it looks like Geneviève Delacroix herself could have chosen the miles of fabrics from her clothing boutique that decorate the hotel.

With such incredible interiors, it’s no surprise that the grounds of this hotel are equally immaculate. Gardens give way to secluded hideaways that make perfect secret reading spots.

We love Kilworth House Hotel’s conservatory which makes dining a breathtaking experience as well as its outdoor theater which is sure to provide entertainment.

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Regency apartment with a contemporary touch

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Location: Brighton

If you’re more of a city dweller, you can still enjoy a vacation fit for a queen. Nestled in the Brunswick Town area of ​​Brighton, this seaside abode oozes elegance and character. Historic features mix with iconic Brighton architecture and modern touches that make it an ideal summer vacation spot.

A short walk from the heart of Brighton, this Airbnb lets you escape the hustle and bustle of the city without missing out on all it has to offer. Relax as you bask in Regency glory or head to the Lanes for an afternoon of antiquing; the choice is yours.

Accommodating up to three people, this Airbnb is a popular spot. If your travel dates are available, we recommend that you book as soon as possible.

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When does Bridgerton season 2 air?

Netflix Original’s New Series Debuts On March 25, 2022 7am UK. So mark your calendars and settle in for the drama that is sure to unfold as we once again delve into the London of Lady Whistledown.

When and where to watch

Extremely bingeable, Bridgerton Season 2 will be released in one go. This is exclusively available on Netflix, so make sure you’re all signed up and logged in so you don’t wait any longer than necessary. Since you won’t have to wait a week between episodes, you have a choice: watch it all in one sitting or keep the suspense going by watching it at a slower pace.

Photos used in this article: main picture; Ranger’s House; Castle Howard*.*

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