Filming location in Pride and Prejudice

Filming Location
Mr. Collins Parsonage and Church

In a quaint clergy house called Hunsford neighboring a church, Elizabeth Bennet spends time with Charlotte and her husband, Mr. Collins. This memorable scene was captured in the UK, specifically in the vicinity of Kettering. Enthusiasts keen on discovering the exact filming site can refer to the map pin icon in the navigation.

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Where were Hunsford Parsonage scenes filmed?

Mr. Collins’ residence is a clergy house called Hunsford, its located near Rosings Park. The real-life location where these scenes were filmed is the church St Mary the Virgin, Weekley, Kettering, UK.

More about St Mary the Virgin

St Mary the Virgin is a historic church situated in Weekley. Nestled amidst lush greenery, this church showcases classic English architectural elements and has been an integral part of the community for centuries. The clergy house nearby, which served as the filming location, complements the church’s vintage aura.

Scenes filmed at Church St Mary the Virgin

Hunsford Parsonage
The home of Mr. Collins, played by Tom Hollander, and his wife Charlotte, becomes the setting for Elizabeth Bennet’s, portrayed by Keira Knightley, visit and interactions.

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