Three Ways Farm, GL19

A rare find of a shoot location, Three Ways Farm is located on the border of three counties,  Gloucestershire, Worcestershire and Herefordshire and owned by a family of two sisters and a brother, all committed to preserving their ancient, unmodernised farm.

Sitting unoccupied and available as a complete ‘takeover’ shoot location, the old model farm, originally dating back to the mid 1800’s, offers a wonderful collection of old farm buildings within its main courtyard area, including the original threshing barn, stables, cow sheds, granary and milking parlour. Within the courtyard, is also an empty farmhouse, originally an old medieval hall house with smoke blackened timbers and original features throughout.

  • Ancient farmyard featuring an old 1800’s courtyard surrounded by red brick farm buildings including a traditional Threshing barn, stabling, woodshed, granary, milking parlour and cider mill (with apple store above), along with access to an old Dutch barn, original pig sties and 10-cow byre
  • Unoccupied, vacant 16th century 4-bedroom farmhouse, originally an old medieval Hall House; available for both exteriors and interiors. Sensitively restored, with original features and character remaining.
  • 60 acres of land consisting mainly of grass fields, an orchard and ancient woodland
  • Hard standing private driveway and further tracks across the farm, including an old natural track passing through the woodland
  • Pond by farmyard, streams
  • Old marl pit
  • Small bridge
  • Farm machinery including both old and modern tractors and a landrover
  • Sheep, cows, dogs and cats


Access to the farm is straightforward, with recommended routes for larger vehicles to avoid a narrow lane. There is an area of hardstanding at the top of the drive and outside the main farm entrance, which is available for crew parking. If required, further parking can be made available on the grass. Three Ways Farm is currently unoccupied and available all-year as a complete takeover shoot location, with crew access to the facilities in the main house including toilets, kitchen and bedrooms for overnight stay if needed.

If pre-arranged, the owners of Three Ways Farm would be happy to provide catering for a small crew. As an alternative option or for larger productions, there is an area of hardstanding where a catering van can be parked, along with local catering companies in the area that can supply food to the farm and various eat-in pubs and cafes are within a 10 minute drive.

There is alternative accommodation locally, with a hotel within 5  miles of the farm and B&B accommodation within 2 miles.


Trains run from London to Gloucester (1 hour, 50 minutes). The farm is approximately a 20 minute car journey from Gloucester train station.

National Express to Gloucester is 3 hour 20 minutes.

Central London is approximately 2 hours 30 minutes away.