The Bridgerton Route 

WARNING! FULL SPOILERS AHEAD FOR SEASONS ONE & TWO! 
 
Bridgerton fever has swept over us all. While not exactly historically accurate, the delightfully soapy show provides drama, romance and steaminess in equal measure. The show itself is flawlessly produced, with intricate costumes and pastel colours abound - not to mention the incredible cast! At time of writing a third season is in the works, so if you're a die hard fan, why not go on our Bridgerton tour? 
 
A campervan trip is the perfect way for Bridgerton fans to see everywhere they filmed, as the locations are spread all around the country. Your adventure will take you down South to London, around the gorgeous Assembly Rooms in Bath, then back up north to Hastings Castle in York.  
 
Keep in mind that not all the locations listed here are fully open to the public, and some buildings you'll only be able to appreciate from the outside. We do our best to keep our routes updated but its recommended to double check all the websites before you travel. 
 
So gather your skirts, tighten your stays, and set off on your Bridgerton adventure! 
 
 
 
 
 
 

1st Stop - Bath 

Farleigh Road Camping 163 miles, 3 hrs 3 mins 

As a Georgian city with lots of intact historical buildings, Bath was the perfect choice for a lot of Bridgerton filming. The production team worked their magic to transform the city streets into a replica of London circa 1814.  
 
You'll recognise this place immediately, as the Royal Crescent is one of the most frequently used sets in Bridgerton. The location was used to mimic Mayfair, London - specifically Grosvenor Square.  
 
Abbey Green is right in the centre of Bath. The quaint little square filled with tea shops and boutiques was used to create Madame Delacroix's Modiste. Wander down the cobbled streets in your search for a new bonnet ribbon, and keep your eyes peeled for any unfolding scandals... 
 
The lovely Bath Street features in the very first episode, when our favourite Duke of Hastings has a dramatic horseback arrival. Make sure you book a visit to the nearby Thermae Bath Spa, and it's unrivalled hot springs!  
 
In real life, Bath's Assembly Rooms is a highly regarded fashion museum. In the world of Bridgerton, the rooms are the setting of the show's most dramatic and gossipy moments. This is one of Bath's most popular tourist spots, so be aware of how busy it will be at peak times of day! 
 
Inside the Sydney Pleasure Gardens is Holburne Museum, the city's first public art gallery and a Grade I listed building. It is where the exterior shots of the Sharma residence were filmed. 
 
The Bridgertons host their very first ball at Guildhall, a beautiful city building that dates back to the 18th century. During your visit, peruse the Guildhall market and the nearby retail shops for a souvenir or two! 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Recommended camp site 

Site name and details 
Farleigh Road Camping 
Farleigh Road 
Norton Saint Philip 
BA2 7NG 
farleighroadcamping@gmail.com 
+44 (0)7834486345 
Description 
Located close to the centre of Bath, Farleigh Road Camping is a quiet little campsite where you can rest and unwind. With lots of local farm shops and a do-it-yourself BBQ kit at the site, you'll whip up tasty dinner in no time! And during the day, you can meander through the Somerset countryside or take a nice bike ride along the Avon Canal! 
 
Stourhead has a world famous garden that first opened in the 1740s. See if you can find the statues, the Pantheon or the beautiful grotto! There's also a treasure packed Palladian mansion house for you to explore, an open air theatre in warmer months, and over 2,500 acres of unspoilt countryside. Book your tickets! 
 
Named "One of the best places to live in Britain", the eastern Somerset village of Frome is the perfect place to spend a quiet afternoon. Whether you want to go shopping or take a walk through the countryside, Frome has got you covered! 
 
Another village to visit is Bradford-on-Avon, a historic place settled next to the River Avon. It's filled to the brim with places to explore, from breathtaking buildings to hidden shops to delicious cafe food! 
 
 
 
 
Amenities 
Dog-friendly 
Toilet & shower block 
Washing-up area 
Electric hook-up 

2nd Stop - Bristol 

Boyd Valley Lake 15.2 miles, 32 min 

Bristol is an industrial city with tons of personality and history. It's the most populous city in the South West, so it'll be busy here! When you see all the preserved historic buildings, you'll see why production chose Bristol for part of the location filming. 
 
Balls were regular occurrences in Regency court, and Leigh Court was the filming location for three of them. The court has been used in several shows before, such as Poldark and Doctor Who. It is not open to the public, but you can take a virtual tour. Nowadays it is a private wedding and events venue. Nearby is Leigh Woods, a gorgeous National Trust site that you can visit and walk around. 
 
While you're here, make the most out of your trip and visit some modern tourist spots, like the feat of engineering that is the Clifton Suspension Bridge. It was designed by one of England's most famous engineers, Isambard Kingdom Brunel, and opened in 1864. 
 
Berkeley Castle is a breathtaking ancient castle that you're free to explore! It wasn't used in Bridgerton, but it is a popular tourist attraction and gives off serious Bridgerton vibes, so we recommend you head down and take a look. 
 
It's not a filming location, but the Georgian House Museum will give you plenty of insight in Georgian architecture and a better understanding of what life was like in the Regency era. 

Recommended camp site 

Site name and details 
Boyd Valley Lake 
Golden Valley Lane 
Bitton 
Bristol 
BS30 6NY 
boydvalleylake@gmail.com 
07927364170 
Description 
Boyd Valley Lake is a back-to-basics campsite in a peaceful location, located beside a fishing lake. After spending your days exploring the hustle and bustle of Bristol, or discovering secrets held by the historic estates you visit, come back here and unwind with the sound of birdsong and splashing water. 
 
Open from Saturday to Tuesday, the Red Lodge Museum is the perfect place to learn about the history of the Red Lodge. Entry is free, but donations are welcomed. Leave time to explore the gorgeous Knot Garden too! 
 
Ten minutes from the centre of Bristol is the striking yellow walls of Ashton Court. The estate, which first became a deer park 60 year ago, has over 850 acres of woodland and gardens, two golf courses, and trails catered to both orienteering and mountain biking trails! 
 
And make sure you take a detour down to Salisbury and visit Wilton House! The single cube room they filmed in was the only room to emerge unscathed from a 1647 fire. 
Amenities 
Dog-friendly 
Toilet & shower block 

3rd stop - Buckinghamshire 

Glebe Leisure 81.3 miles, 1 hr 42 min 

With chocolate box villages, rolling countryside, stunning attractions and historic buildings, Buckinghamshire is sure to be a visit to remember.  
 
The Bridgerton country home, Aubrey Hall, was filmed in multiple locations across England. West Wycombe Park was used as a secondary location for exterior shots of Aubrey Hall, and for some interior sets like Anthony’s bedroom. 
 
A well known natural landmark in Buckinghamshire, Ivinghoe Beacon was used for additional shots of Aubrey Hall’s exterior. The estate is so large that the production team filmed several different gardens to make up the full exterior! 
 
The dramatic showdown between Daphne and Simon at the Coaching Inn was filmed at Dorney Court . It is an early Tudor manor house that has been home to the Palmer family for 500 years. You can either explore the beautiful grounds by yourself or book a guided tour that'll teach you all about its history!  
 
In Regency times, the Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens was the greatest entertainment venue in London - a hotspot for drama, scandal and gossip among the upper class. Sadly it doesn't exist today, but it was painstakingly recreated to gorgeous effect at Stowe Park
 
Halton House was the set of both the interior of Bridgerton House and the Featherington's dining hall. The huge military base has been in use since 1913, and while it looks unassuming from the outside the inside is lavish and very much period-appropriate.  
 
 
 
 
 

Recommended camp site 

Site name and details 
Stoke Lyne Rd 
Fringford 
Bicester 
OX27 8RJ 
email address 
01869 277800 
Description 
Glebe Leisure is a picturesque little campsite on the borders of Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Northamptonshire, making it the ideal home base to explore the area from. Take in the view, walk along the hiking trails, and even go fishing if you so please! 
 
There's so much to see and do at Waddesdon Manor, with expansive gardens, a lavishly decorated house, and year round events. The manor is a great example of a well-preserved 19th century estate - a perfect destination for Bridgerton fans hungry for more history! 
 
Shop 'til you drop at Bicester Village! Maybe you're not buying a new bonnet or getting a dress fitted for the ball, but this is where to go for souvenir shopping. With over 160 boutiques, you're sure to find something you like. 
 
Warwick Castle is the perfect medieval experience. Alongside archery, sightseeing and dress up, you can stay in the immersive Knight's Village, or spend a night in one of the castle fortresses. So book those tickets and start planning your visit! 
 
Amenities 
Dog-friendly 
Toilet & shower block 
Electric hardstanding pitch 
Laundrette 
Disabled facilities 
Wifi available 

4th stop - Berkshire 

California Chalet and Touring Park 62.1 miles, 1 hr 12 min 

One of the home counties, Berkshire makes up the fifth stop of your Bridgerton adventure. You're over halfway through now! If you have the time, it's a good idea to visit some of Berkshire's historic buildings, because the county has some fascinating stories to tell.  
 
Windsor Great Park was used as the woods outside Aubrey Hall. It is where Kate and Anthony argue over the correct way to hold a gun, and end up too wrapped up in one another to shoot anything! 
 
In order to shoot an evening party scene, Basildon Park was dressed in over five thousand flowers. That's extravagant today if you're using fake flowers, but by Regency standards its downright ridiculous!  
 
The race the Bridgertons and Sharmas attend was held at the Royal County of Berkshire Polo Club. You will not see any top hats or empire waistlines here today, but if you want to, go and see what events are being held during your visit and get swept up in the magic of it all!  

Recommended camp site 

Site name and details 

California Chalet & Touring Park 
Nine Mile Ride 
Wokingham 
Berkshire 
RG40 4HU 
info@californiaholidaypark.co.uk 
01189 733 928 

Description 

At California Holiday Park, sleep peacefully in the forest away from worldly distractions and worries. Situated in lovely Berkshire countryside, this campsite is open all year round - so you can enjoy a stay here rain or shine, blue skies or grey. So get your hiking boots on and start exploring the 'California of England'! 
 
As one of England's most well known tourist attractions, a visit to Windsor Castle is essential. The historic building has served as home to English monarachs for over a thousand years. Make sure you time your visit so that you don't miss out on the famous Changing of the Guard at 11am. 
 
Less talked about but still incredible is Highclere Castle, a beautiful building that dates back to at least 749. Fans of Downton Abbey will recognise this castle as it was used for a lot of the filming! 
 
Head down to Marlow and see Higginson Park, a lovely day out with something for everyone. Grab an ice cream, settle down by the riverside, and watch the world go by. 

Amenities 

Dog-friendly 
Electric hardstanding pitch 
Toilet and shower block 
Laundrette and washing-up area 
Wifi available 
Disabled facilities 

5th stop - Surrey 

Long Acres Caravan & Camping Park 50.9 miles, 1 hr 7 min 

Around 1.2 million people call Surrey home. The county has the highest proportion of woodland in all of England, and has four racecourses. Its proximity to London means there's tons to see and do - more than we can list here - so do some research and you'll have a full itinerary before you know it! 
 
If you have the time, take a small detour and visit Petworth House in West Sussex. In season two, the Bridgertons and Sharmas take a trip to a museum for a ton-friendly outing following the disasterous wedding - this is where it was filmed! 
 
The exterior shots of Queen Charlotte's palace took place at Hampton Court Palace. It has sixty acres of gardens to discover, including King George’s favoured Privy Gardens and Richmond Park. 
 
Serpentine Lake and the surrounding gardens were filmed at Painshill Park. Take a stroll around and pretend you are a noble on a morning promenade, saying hello to your aquaintances and giving the cut direct to any scandalous families! This is also where the famous 'lake scene' takes place - ask any Pride and Prejudice fan and they'll tell you how important seeing the main love interest in a soaking shirt is! 
 
Bridgerton was unable to film at Buckingham Palace, but we felt in necessary to add it here for obvious reasons. It goes without saying, but its a near guarantee that the palace will be very busy, so keep that in mind while planning your visit. 
 
 
 
 

Recommended camp site 

Site name and details 

Long Acres Caravan and Camping Park 
Newchapel Road 
Lingfield 
Surrey 
RH7 6LE 
email address 
01342 833205 

Description 

The camping area at Long Acres stretches over 30 acres of rural Surrey scenery, with landscaped gardens and flawless, modern facilities that are always kept sparkling clean. On Friday evenings you can enjoy a bite to eat at the cocktail/burger bar, and on Saturday afternoons, a pizza truck! 
 
Discover Hever Castle, Anne Boleyn's childhood home. With year-round events like archery, shield painting and jousting, every member of the family will have fun here! And don't forget the award winning gardens spanning 125 acres, with over 4000 fragrant rose bushes - dogs are welcome in the garden but please keep them on leads. 
 
Set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Deers Leap Mountain Biking offers 240 acres of dedicated mountain bike tracks that cater to every skill level. Don't worry if you didn't bring any bikes of your own - just hire them from the fleet of Trek hire bikes! 
 
Here in the heart of Sussex you'll find one of Earth's most biodiverse places, Wakehurst Place. Immerse yourself in 200 hectares of the UK's largest conservation project, and get to explore an Elizabethan mansion along the way! 

Amenities 

Dog-friendly 
Toilet and shower block 
Wifi available 
Laundrette 

6th stop - London 

Lee Valley Campsite 66.1 miles, 1 hr 18 min 

This is the main event - make sure you spend more time here to make the most of it! The majority of Bridgerton's drama goes down here in England's capital city. Not every scene that takes place in London was actually filmed here (most of it was in Bath!) but there's still plenty of places you need to visit.  
 
On the outskirts of a world renowed park is The Ranger's House, home to the Wernher collection with over seven hundred works of art. Bridgerton used this location to film the exterior shots of the gorgeous Bridgerton House. Depending on the time of year you might see wisteria in full bloom at the entrance! And don't forget to stop by The Royal Observatory, just a stone's throw away. 
 
The exterior of Somerset House was shot at The Old Royal Naval College, an incredible cultural building in central Greenwich and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Explore over 500 years of English history here, and stop for some lunch at the on-site cafe.  
 
The Queen's House is the setting of several different scenes in Bridgerton's first season, from Simon's fight with Berbrooke to the front exterior of Somerset House - it was even used for exterior shots of a ball! 
 
The lavish interior of St James' Palace was created at Lancaster House, with its sweeping staircases and jaw-dropping grand hall. Situated close to Buckingham Palace, the house also served as a backdrop for Buckingham scenes, and also a few Gentleman's Club moments! 
 
Located in the heart of Pall Mall and founded in 1832, The Reform Club is the setting for episode one's meeting between Simon and Anthony. In real life this private member's club is frequented by some of the country's sharpest political minds, but the exterior is one of London's most striking buildings.  
 
Several of Bridgerton's theatre/opera scenes took place at Hackney Empire. Unlike other locations, you can recreate some of the scenes exactly where they happened, as you can book tickets to see a show in the beautiful building! 
 
As if that's not enough, you can also take a detour east to see Chatham Dockyard in Kent, where they filmed Bridgerton House's garden. And just 30 minutes from London is North Mymms Park, a location used for the Gentleman's Club. 

Recommended camp site 

Site name and details 

Sewardstone Road 
Chingford 
Essex 
England 
E4 7RA 
N/A 
020 8529 5689 

Description 

Lee Valley Park is surprisingly quiet for a campsite that's only ten miles away from the capital. Set amongst the 1000 acres of River Lee Country Park, here you have access to trails, whitewater rafting, and bike paths. The site is the perfect base to rest and recuperate after long days exploring London! 
 
The conservatory at Syon Park hosted an array of flora from all around the globe in the 19th century. The gorgeous scenery here served as a backdrop for a tantalisingly dramatic scene between Kate and Anthony. 
 
Wilton's Music Hall is a historic East End theatre that has existed since the 1690s. This is where Eloise first learns about feminism and sees her first protest.  
 
The location of Queen Charlotte’s second throne room - because everyone needs two throne rooms! - is Goldsmith's Hall. It also houses Edwina and Anthony’s respective dressing rooms before the doomed wedding ceremony. 
 
The architecture of St James' Church is a thing of beauty, and you'll want to marvel at it for a while as soon as you set eyes on it. This is probably one of Bridgerton season two's most recognisable set, as it was the setting of not only the failed wedding but Kate and Anthony finally getting their kiss! 
 
Season one's bloody boxing exhibition took place at Normansfield Theatre. The Teddington building has existed since the Victorian era, and its stunningly beautiful decor reflects that. 
 
In Twickenham you'll find St Mary's Parish Church, which served as the interior of St George's Church. When visiting, you'll get to walk down the same aisle as the 1813 Diamond Daphne Bridgerton! 
 
Okay, this is the actual most recognisable set in Bridgerton. Wrotham Park served as the exterior of Aubrey Hall, the Bridgerton family's country estate in Kent. You'll have seen the building in the background of countless scenes, from Pall Mall to balls. 
 
 

Amenities 

Dog-friendly 
Wifi available 
Hardstanding electric pitch 
Laundrette and washing-up area 
Toilet and shower block 
Disabled facilities 

7th stop - York 

Wagtail Park 210.0 miles, 3 hr 34 min 

It's a long trip up north to York, and you will have to stop over - so if you want to end your trip here and just go back to Middlewich that's fine. If you do make the journey, it's completely worth it to see this gorgeous city and the countryside that surrounds it! On the way up here, we recommend you take a detour and stop by Wrest Park in Bedfordshire, home to Aubrey Hall's orangery and a portion of the estate's gardens! 
 
Only a short drive from York, Castle Howard was used as the Duke of Hastings great estate, Clyvedon Castle. It was built at the end of the 17700s! Did you know there has been a real life Baron Hastings since the title came to be in the thirteenth century? 
 
The village of Coneysthorpe was used to create Clyvedon village, and is where Daphne meets her tenants - and accidentally bungles a pig judging contest. In real life the village is very close to Castle Howard, just like Clyvedon Castle would be to Clyvedon! 
 
No visit to this city is complete without a visit to Clifford's Tower, where you have the oppotunity to immerse yourself in centuries of English history! York also has plenty of places to go on a countryside walk, if you want to feel like you've just recieved a revelatory letter and need a moment to take some air. 

Recommended camp site 

Site name and details 

North Lane 
Huntington 
York 
YO32 9SU 
enquiries@wagtailpark.co.uk 
07970643777 

Description 

This campsite is located near to York, but you wouldn't know how close the city is from Wagtail Park's lovely rural nature! If you like to fish, you'll be delighted to know there's a popular fishing lake on-site, surrounded by countryside and fabulous dog walks. The campsite's facilities, though simple, are well maintained and charming.  
 
You'll greatly enjoy your stay here, whether you want to rest and relax after a long journey exploring or if you hunger for more things to see! 
 
Families with children will have oodles of fun at the Jorvik Viking Centre! The centre is an interactive museum that aims to teach people about what the Vikings were really like, with hands on exhibits that's sure to keep even the shortest attention span engaged.  
 
Learn all about the history of locomotion at the National Railway Museum. Events are held all year round, so check the website before you visit to see what's on! 
 
Eight acres of evolving formal gardens surround the Italian-inspired Benigborough Hall. The walled kitchen garden has over 90 varieties of fruit trees and shrubs alone, and the rest of the gardens are filled with gorgeous blooms. Dogs are welcome to explore along, and they can go in most of the gardens and even the cafe! 
 
 

Amenities 

Dog-friendly 
Disabled facilities 
Toilet and shower block 
Washing up area 
Hardstanding electric pitch 
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