Broomhall House is truly a remarkable place and a wonderful historic venue. The stately drawing room has magnificent 18th century French mirrors and the dining room has a splendid fireplace made of the marital bed of James VI.
Broomhall House has all the historical credentials and architectural kudos to please the most picky film location manager. It is one of Scotland’s leading country houses and the ancestral seat of the Earls of Elgin and the descendants of Robert the Bruce. Broomhall offers an incredibly high level of flexibility and freedom for film and camera crews, as it is a private house. It truly is a hidden gem as a Scottish film location because it has never been open to the general public. Therefore, it’s tremendously adaptable from an editorial point of view and not generally immediately identifiable.
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