Powderham Castle is a wonderful and evocative setting for photographic and filming projects of all kinds.
From the Castle's intriguing history, majestic interiors and fine collection of treasures to its beautiful parkland that has been virtually untouched since at least 1728 to the walled Victorian garden, the Woodland Garden, the Belvedere tower, Victorian kitchens and servant's area and the many Estate properties scattered throughout the 3500 acres.
The Castle has glorious views to the Estuary, herd of fallow deer in the park and has building still in existence from its 1392 start date to Victorian era.
The Estate and Castle have featured in a number of films including the popular, 8 Academy Awards nominated 'Remains of of the Day' and television programmes such as 'Midsomer Murders', and 'The Young Black Farmers'. More recently Powderham Castle was featured in 'Great Country Houses' - Winner of RTS award 2006 for 'Best Programme about the Region'.