Built in the 17th Century, York House retains many original features – from the wooden staircase to the stucco decor and fireplaces. It is a popular location for film makers with records starting as early as 1966 when the original Alfie was filmed through to the more recent and popular Downton Abbey.
Starring Michael Caine, the original Alfie was filmed at York House which doubled as a convalescent home. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qbqc-uBh2zs
Filmed in the Salon and Octagon Room in 2013, this scene was of Anna and Mr Bates having lunch at a café when some of the Crawley family arrive.
SUMMER IN FEBRUARY
Set in Cornwall, Summer in February tells the tale of scandal in an Edwardian artists’ colony.
The Clarendon Hall played host to the film starring Dan Stevens (of Downton Abbey fame) and Dominic Cooper. The hall was painted a deep red and became an art gallery for a couple of days. To see the trailer follows this link https://youtu.be/hcow3GMWqfY
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South West Trains from London Waterloo / Clapham Junction run to Richmond, St Margarets and Twickenham Stations.
The District underground runs to Richmond and the Piccadilly line runs to Hounslow.
Buses from Richmond Station that stop on Richmond Road, close to York House, are H22, R68, R70, 490 and 33. From Hounslow the 281 and H22 stop in King Street.
From Kingston the 281 stops in King Street.
There are several public pay & display car parks in the area, shown on the map above
Some car parks operate maximum stay restrictions, please see www.richmond.gov.uk/parking for further details
: 0 miles from Twickenham station
- Disabled access
- Education/study area
- Facilities for groups
- Picnic site
- Public toilets
- Facilities for conferencing
- Facilities for corporate hospitality