Photography Credit:
Angela Graham Photography


As the ancestral home of the family of King Robert the Bruce, Broomhall House is one of Scotland’s most historic houses. Its authentic credentials and architectural kudos will surprise and delight the most exacting location manager. As a private home, standing in 2,500 acres of private estate, it offers flexibility and freedom for film and camera crews.

All projects are priced on request, and we welcome site visits and initial recces at no charge.


Less than half an hour from Edinburgh International Airport and under an hour from Glasgow International Airport, close to the river Forth.


Broomhall offers a grand imposing facade of one of the first Greek revival houses built in Britain. The estate also provides access to a 300 acre designed landscape, composed of picturesque woods, abandoned quarries and a hidden lake. There are a further 40 listed buildings including cottages, farm steadings, early industrial works, harbours and a model village dating from the 1760s.


We can accommodate large production lorries, even during filming, with unlimited parking and no height restrictions. Should logistical, facilities, utilities or build requirements need to be met, we can usually accommodate these.


We can arrange caterers for your cast and crew on location and welcome any specific requests.


Our legal team are briefed on location film requirements and can organise fast contractual agreements if necessary.

Projects are priced on a structured basis with day rates which can be negotiated, depending on the length of the shoot.


This can also be arranged at special rates.



Our extensive estate can help you create period and modern day locations. The 2,500 acres of parkland, woodland, and estate farmland can be at the disposal of film crews, with space and access easily negotiated.

Broomhall displays a variety of architectural styles that makes it a useful fit for a range of historical eras in terms of period film location. The house combines the Palladian symmetry of the Georgians and the Greek Revival style of the early 19th century.



The following principal rooms can be available for filming:

  • The Drawing Room
  • The Dining Room
  • The Library