Chateau de Beduer, SW France

Set in the unspoilt countryside of Southwest France, the medieval 12-bedroom Chateau de Beduer offers a near-perfect location for productions both drama and commercial. The unspoilt countryside and nearby medieval market town of Figeac offer boundless opportunities for external filming. Privately owned, no special permissions or licences are requited for shoots.

“The ancient walls, period furnishings, delightful grounds and unspoilt countryside make Beduer the ideal setting for any production from costume drama to gothic horror.”  Joe Street, actor.


What you get

Full access to the 1200 m2 medieval castle and three associated cottages, together with its 40 acre park and gardens, a 100 m2 14th century Great Hall, a 70 m2 salon and eight bedrooms sleeping up to 14 in the castle itself, with accommodation for a further 20 or more in the cottages. Outside, a 400 m2 walled courtyard overlooking the unspoilt Cele valley (with no electricity pylons, telephone wires or modern construction to be seen).
Furnished with antiques and oriental carpets the castle can lend itself with little  additional furnishing to virtually any kind of period production.
With prices for shoots starting at just Euros 1000 per day, this is an opportunity not to be missed. 

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