Hooksway Farm is a delightful rural shoot location, nestled in the glorious South Downs National Park in West Sussex. It comes complete with old farmhouse, a yard-full of flint barns and rustic props, all of which are surrounded by serene and green pastures with views across rolling woodland.
The outbuildings offer much scope for film or photo shoots, inside and out. The flint walls and rustic details are found across a number of barns, including a transformed old dairy and a lovely converted loft space.
The owner’s talent in vintage design and her passion for celebrating the farm’s raw qualities and heritage is there for all to see; original, ageing, recycled, up cycled – the props found across the farm will add life and texture to all sorts of photo or film shoots.
Horses, a labrador and chicken also reside at Hooksway Farm, and a shepherds hut-maker is based from the farm too, adding further charm to this idyllic rural location.
- Collection of flint buildings in a walled farmyard, including an old dairy used for courses (complete with woodburner), a converted loft space with hessian walls
- Old farmhouse, dated inside
- Shepherds’ huts
- Grass fields, grazed and wild
- Horses (and stables), labrador, chicken
- Endless number of rustic rural props
Getting to Hooksway Farm
1.5 hours drive from Central London
15 minutes drive from Petersfield train station
Facilities on the Farm
The owners are very used to hosting filming projects at the farm, as well as holding courses and pop-up events. The facilities are therefore well set for film and photoshoots, with a choice of facilities spanning the farmhouse and outbuildings which offer loos, room space and kitchen facilities.
There is plenty of parking and catering options can be offered on-site. Otherwise, the White Horse inn is just 1.5 miles away, great for food and accommodation.