Brympton D’Evercy House, on the outskirts of Yeovil, approached AztecMedia to use our Photographic Skycam to take elevated photographs of the Brympton House grounds. These images will be used in the production of their new website, which is also being designed by AztecMedia. The new owners of Brympton D’Evercy House are keen to promote the estate as the ideal venue for Weddings, Private functions, Corporate Events and training weekends, such as Interior Design and the Arts. Having missed the summer months we found a break in the October weather to get a bright day with no wind to capture what is one of the most beautiful estates in the South West.
“Brympton House is set within 33 acres of glorious parkland and lakes and has a history that can be traced back to the Domesday Book. The House was once at the centre of the medieval village of Brympton D’Evercy but today no traces of this remain.Brympton House was built between 1460 and 1680 and is approached by a long private drive.Nestling close to the main building is the Dower House which was built in 1350: a grouping that led Christopher Hussey – the architectural writer for Country Life – to describe Brympton as ‘the most beautiful house in England’.
In recent years Brympton House has been the setting for big budget films including ‘Chocolat’ with Johnny Depp and ‘Restoration’ with Hugh Grant. The BBC have just completed filming of ‘The Turn of the Screw’ at Brympton which is due to be televised on Boxing Day 2009.
Today Brympton House – which is family owned and run -hosts weddings and other events which are relaxed, informal and fun.”