Finally, the countdown is over, and the episodes of the third season of Bridgerton (starring Luke Newton and Nicola Coughlan) are now available to watch in the Netflix catalog, where it has become one of the biggest trends.

The filming locations in series of this style, which belong to the romantic period genre, are essential for authenticity, narrative and visual quality. These play a key role in creating a convincing and attractive world.

The team behind the scenes confessed that they wanted to take historical romance to the next level. Tony Hood, the locations director, revealed, “More color, bigger costumes, bigger locations… more of everything”.

Where was Season 3 of Bridgerton shot?

Tony Hood is the locations director who has worked on almost every season of Bridgerton, as well as the spin-off series Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story with India Amarteifio in the lead role and Corey Mylchreest.

The romantic drama has utilized multiple impressive landscapes and mansions located in England. According to Time Out, Hood spoke about the spirit behind the rural buildings in the new season.

Nicola Coughlan in Bridgerton, Season 3. (Source: IMDb)

Nicola Coughlan in Bridgerton, Season 3. (Source: IMDb)

He said, “We wanted it bigger and better”, which is why you see multiple luxurious locations in the best aristocratic style. Some of the actual locations are old, while they also opted for new ones.

“In every room you enter, there are priceless pieces of furniture or artwork that you normally wouldn’t even be allowed to breathe on, much less move. We have to move these things that are worth an astronomical amount of money”, he concluded.

Check out each of the locations used in the first part of the third season of the acclaimed original romantic series on Netflix:

  • Osterley Park and House, London
  • Squerryes Court, Kent
  • Grimsthorpe Castle, Lincolnshire
  • Claydon House, Buckinghamshire & Kingston Bagpuize House, Oxfordshire
  • Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire
  • Basildon Park, Berkshire
  • Wilton House, Wiltshire
  • Hampton Court Palace