Pride & Prejudice 1995 4 Day Tour – Pemberley, Rosings, Hunsford and more…

Pride & Prejudice 1995 4 Day Tour – Pemberley, Rosings, Hunsford and more…

This tour includes the following:

  • 3 nights hotel accommodation including breakfast
  • Professional guides
  • Entrance fees to filming locations used in BBC 1995 Pride & Prejudice
  • Private executive car or MPV depending on group size
  • Walking tour of Bath
  • Afternoon tea, bed and breakfast at Hunsford Parsonage

This is a private tour for you, no coach travel and no travelling with others you don’t know. Ideal for up to 6 people.

Groups of more than 6, please contact us for more information.

Tour starts Tuesdays 9.30am Bath Spa railway station

Day 1

Your tour will start with a short walking tour of Jane Austen sites in Bath followed by refreshments at the Jane Austen Centre. Following this you will visit the village of Meryton which includes the Meryton Assembly rooms, Darcy’s university and The Bell at Bromley. Then you’ll visit Longbourn church where Lizzie marries Darcy.
We overnight in Tetbury, the home town of Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall.

Day 2

You visit and photograph the exterior of Netherfield, followed by a visit to Stoneleigh Abbey (optional).

Stoneleigh Abbey was one of the homes of the Leigh family, and Jane Austen visited in 1806 with her mother and Cassandra during a visit to Mrs. Austen’s first cousin, Reverend Thomas Leigh who had just inherited it. It is believed that this house was used for inspiration in ‘Mansfield Park’.

You have the option of taking lunch at Stoneleigh Abbey or in Warwick before travelling on to our overnight stay in the Peak District.

Please note – the location for Darcy’s London scenes is currently closed for urgent restoration and major structural works. Reopening is scheduled for 2023.

Day 3

You visit the wonderful estate at Pemberley to see the grounds, and the first sight of the house as seen by Elizabeth. You will then visit Elizabeth’s Peak District and the village of Lambton.

You will be staying at Hunsford Parsonage, possibly in Elizabeth’s room with the closet! You will have refreshments here (included) and a tour of the parsonage and church before having dinner at a local pub or restaurant (not included).

Please notewe regret to inform you that there is currently no access to ‘Darcy’s Pond’. We expect access to be restored late summer – date to be confirmed. For  today, good walking shoes are advised, as the rocks can be wet and a little slippery. 

Day 4

After a leisurely breakfast at Hunsford, you visit Lady Catherine de Bourgh’s fine home at Rosings Park – you will be able to see the gardens and grounds where a lot of filming was done as well as the rooms inside, including Lady Catherine’s ‘Throne Room’. You will lunch here before touring the house and have the opportunity of some free time to take all the photos you want and for refreshments before our departure.

Tour ends at 3.30pm (approx) at Grantham Railway Station where you can catch a direct line train to London King’s Cross Station (no changes involved).

Please note – the location for ‘Pemberley interior’ is closed for restoration and structural works – reopening date yet to be confirmed.


Please note, that the itinerary above is flexible and changes may be made, however you will be notified of any changes well before the tour.



£970  per person

Solo travellers £987

For groups of 6 or more, please contact us.

Easy payment terms available, please contact for more details before booking.


  • 3 nights hotel accommodation including breakfast
  • Professional guides
  • Entrance fees to filming locations used in BBC 1995 Pride & Prejudice
  • Private executive car or MPV depending on numbers
  • Walking tour of Bath
  • Afternoon tea at Hunsford Parsonage

Note on accommodation; When staying in actual filming location such as Hunsford Parsonage it is possible that not every bedroom is en-suite – if this is an important consideration do tell us when you book and we will ensure that you have an en-suite room.


  • Transport to and from the start and end of the tour.
  • Optional gratuities to guides.
  • Meals and drinks other than those specified on the itinerary,

Hotel Information

If you plan on staying overnight prior to the tour, it is best to arrange accommodation in Bath, as this is the start point.

If you wish to book accommodation after the tour, please  contact us for more information about hotels in this area, that our previous clients have recommended and have been very happy with.


  • Wine costs about £7 per glass,
  • A light lunch £15 per person,
  • A light supper £20,
    OR supper in a hotel restaurant allow £35.
  • Coffees and drinks allow up to £15 per day

Contact Us to BOOK Your Place


Classic British Drama Tours aims to give our clients an insight into the world of literary dramas from the likes of Charlotte Bronte, Shakespeare and of course Jane Austen.

We deliver tours to filming locations used in British costume dramas, such as Downton Abbey, Pride and Prejudice (1995 & 2005) and Jane Eyre, amongst others.

Costume drama is our passion and we love to host tours to these sometimes little known, but beautiful locations.

OPENING HOURS                                            Monday – Friday: 9:30am – 5:30pm  (Except Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Years Day, Good Friday, Easter Monday, May and August Bank Holidays)
Saturday:  Closed
Sunday: Closed