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Film Friendly Accommodation

Find film friendly accommodation

We know how fast-paced filming can be and the importance of having your team nearby with access to a range of facilities to meet specific needs. With tight filming deadlines, finding accommodation near your film sets is key to successfully managing your operational timescales.

Whether you are looking for a larger chain hotel or small luxury boutique accommodation, we are here to support with finding film friendly accommodation to meet your needs.

Logistics planning can be complex. The Filming in Herts Film Makers Planning Map aims to streamline the process by presenting a variety of Hertfordshire accommodation and their film friendly facilities, alongside Hertfordshire’s filming studios and key on-location venues, helping you choose the accommodation with the right facilities for your team, with easy access to our wealth of locations. Not only that, but the brand-new map also contains contact details for each of our film friendly accommodation options to help with your enquiries.

Film Makers Planning Map is available here!

Our Film-Friendly Accommodation Directory can be downloaded here 


Become an accommodation supplier

With long, anti-social hours, many production companies are looking for local accommodation to host cast and crew during filming. With the increased demand for large scale filming in Hertfordshire, if you are an accommodation provider, there is an opportunity for you to provide services to the film industry.

Registering to the Filming in England’s free facilities database creates opportunities to introduce your business to productions working on feature films and TV dramas in Hertfordshire. Find out more information and how to register.

To promote your services to the film industry and include your accommodation on the Filming in Herts Interactive Film Makers Planning Map as a film friendly accommodation provider, please click here. 


The Filming in Hertfordshire website has been developed by Visit Herts through the Herts Camera Action project, funded through the UK Government Community Renewal Fund.