Bridgerton in Bristol

Bridgerton in Bristol

Bridgerton is gearing up to hit our TV screens in season three of the blockbuster. But did you know Bridgeton was filmed in Bristol? Find out where the Bridgerton filming locations are.

Image Credit: The Bridgerton family (Liam Daniel/Netflix)

The Netflix series has been seen by more than 200 million people worldwide. Putting a spotlight on some gorgeous Bridgerton locations in Bristol, Bath, North Somerset, South West and England.

The period drama follows wealthy socialites in London in 1813. It is narrated by living legend Julie Andrews and has a stellar ensemble. Bridgerton has everything you want from a scandalous, steamy period drama. It has also been recognised for its diverse cast, colourful costumes, and classical covers of modern pop songs.

Where was Bridgerton filmed in Bristol?

One key location for filming the iconic ballroom scenes was Leigh Court in Bristol, which is a beautiful place. The Grade II listed building is a prestigious wedding venue. On-screen, we see The Princes Ballroom, Ingenue Ballroom, and Crawford Ballroom.

One of the biggest suspects for the mysterious Lady Whistledown in series one is Lady Danbury. The esteemed, sharp-tongued Dowager is played by Clifton born actress Adjoa Andoh. The star also attended Bristol Polytechnic studying law before gracing our screens as Collette Griffiths in Casualty and Martha's mother in Doctor Who.

Other famous movie faces from Bristol include Cary Grant, Hugo Weaving, Jeremy Irons and David Prowse, who played Darth Vader.

Bridgerton Filming in Bath

Where is Bridgerton located? Although the drama is set in the capital, the Georgian streets of Bath were used to double up as London. Royal Crescent was used as the filming location of the Featherington's house. Other roads in Bath, including Beauford Square, Abbey Green, and Bath Street, are shown. You could even book one of the walking tours.

You can travel from Bristol to Bath in about 40 minutes.

Filming Locations in Bristol

Bridgerton is not the only filming location in Bristol. Our city has been recognised as a featured location and awarded UNESCO City of Film status. This is because Bristol is a hotbed of production for major TV programmes and films.

Bristol has been chosen as a filming location for Only Fools and Horses, Sherlock, Doctor Who, Mistresses, Skins, Poldark, Wolf Hall, The White Princess, His Dark Materials, and The Outlaws throughout the years.

Films include The Other Boleyn Girl, The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society, Stan and Ollie, The Adventurer: Curse of the Midas Box, The Inbetweeners 2 and The Duchess.

Filming locations that you can visit include Bristol Harbourside, National Trust’s Tyntesfield, Blaise Castle, Berkely Castle, Clifton Suspension Bridge, St Nicholas Market, M Shed, Bristol Hippodrome and The Bristol Old Vic Theatre.

Bedrooms at Future Inn Bristol

Stay at Future Inn Bristol

Do you want to see the Bridgerton filming locations in Bristol? Stay the night in Future Inn Bristol. The hotel is in the heart of the city centre and opposite the entrance to Cabot Circus.

Alongside parking for £9 per night and free WiFi, there is a whole host of home comforts. Bedrooms can sleep up to four, and the interconnecting rooms are ideal for families and groups. Under 12's even stay for free! Plus, you can even dine on homemade, fresh, local food in Chophouse Restaurant.

Book your stay online, where we guarantee the best rate, or with our Reservations Team on 0117 304 1010 or email

Future Inn Rewards

For additional benefits, you can join the Future Inns hotel loyalty program. Alongside a member's discount rate, for every £1 you spend on accommodation, you earn 1 reward point. You also get a complimentary drink voucher to redeem in the bar when you dine. Plus, you get double points when you eat in the restaurant. Points collected can then be used to upgrade your bedroom to a suite or a free night's stay. It's also completely free to join! 

Dishes on the menu in Chophouse Restaurant

Restaurant in Bristol

Chophouse Restaurant is ideal for fuelling up before or after a day of exploring Bristol's independent cinemas. The team serves breakfast, lunch, or an evening a-la-carte menu. All produce is local, and the food is homemade on-site. Our set menu offers 3 courses for £26 daily from 5pm. If you are staying in the hotel, room service is available 24/7. Plus, kids eat free!

A large selection of drinks, including popular local brands, is also available. Our local selection includes Buttcombe, Bristol Harvey Cream, and Bristol Rum. There is also an extensive gin and mixer menu and 2 for £16 cocktails

Reservations can be made on 0117 304 1010 or by emailing Alternatively, you can book online: 

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