Stoke Park has always had a close relationship to Pinewood Studios (four miles away) and the British film industry.
Two James Bond movies, Goldfinger (1964) and Tomorrow Never Dies (1997) were filmed here. The famous “mini break” and rowing scenes from Bridget Jones’s Diary (2001) were filmed in the Great Hall, Lakes and The Pennsylvania Suite. In 2004, three movies were released all featuring Stoke Park: Wimbledon, Bride & Prejudice and Matthew Vaughn’s Layer Cake. Outdoor scenes from Dead of Night (1945) and Guy Ritchie’s RocknRolla (2008) were also shot at Stoke Park.
The elegant Mansion, completed in 1795 by the architect of King George III- James Wyatt, is set among 300 acres of glorious parkland, lakes, historic gardens and monuments created over the past one thousand years and in one of the most convenient locations in Britain: only 35 minutes or 7 miles from London
|Bridget Jones's Diary||Film||2001|
|Dead of Night||Film||1945|
|Tomorrow Never Dies||Film||1997|