Category:Film locations of Pride and Prejudice (2005)
Chatsworth House in Derbyshire and Wilton House in Salisbury stood in for Pemberley. The moated manor house Groombridge Place in Kent was chosen for Longbourn. Representing Netherfield Park was the late-18th century site Basildon Park in Berkshire. Burghley House in Cambridgeshire stood in for Rosings, while the adjacent town of Stamford served as Meryton. Other locations included Haddon Hall (for The Inn at Lambton) and the Temple of Apollo and Palladian Bridge of Stourhead (for the Gardens of Rosings). St Mary the Virgin Church, in the ancient village of Weekley, doubled as Mr Collin’s parsonage at Hunsford. The Peak District was used for Elizabeth and the Gardiners' tour. The first dance scenes were shot on a set in a potato warehouse in Stamford, Lincolnshire; this was the only set the crew built that was not already in existence.
This category has the following 16 subcategories, out of 16 total.
- ► Chatsworth House (11 C, 1 P, 31 F)
- ► Groombridge Place (1 C, 22 F)
- ► Haddon Hall (14 C, 35 F)
- ► North Lees Hall (10 F)
- ► Peak District (38 C, 191 F)
- ► The Temple of Apollo at Stourhead (14 F)