Poldark Series 4, episode 7 aired last night on the BBC in the UK. For those who saw it, this blog post explains where the Cornwall filming locations can be found. Before we tell you about this episode, here is some information about our amazing competition.
WIN a fantastic holiday for four and stay in a luxury lodge at Martha’s Orchard in Constantine Bay, Cornwall.
A chance to relax, unwind and explore this beautiful part of North Cornwall. You will also have your own personal chauffeur-driven car to take you to some of the BBC Poldark filming locations across Cornwall and, to get you into the Christmas spirit, the nearby Padstow Christmas Festival!
- The Prize Includes:
A fabulous three-night stay (6th – 9th December 2018) in a luxury lodge at Martha’s Orchard in Constantine Bay, Cornwall.
- A chauffeur-driven trip with The Elite Duchy Touring Company to explore some of the spectacular Cornish beach and mine film locations used in the BBC Poldark series.
- A private viewing of the Inner Harbour and Tall Ships in the Historic Port of Charlestown which is used as a set in the BBC Poldark series (chauffeur-driven transfer provided by The Elite Duchy Touring Company).
- A visit to the nearby Padstow Christmas Festival (chauffeur-driven transfer provided by The Elite Duchy Touring Company)
So, now for the blog post about last night’s episode. Most of the action for this episode (and there was plenty of it) was set in London and only two scenes were filmed in Cornwall. For those who live overseas and have not seen it yet, it was great, and don’t worry, we have written these notes in such a way that hopefully there are no spoilers.
- The scene where Sam and Drake look for new premises to open a Blacksmiths was filmed at Penberth Cove – Click here for local places to stay and here for local places to eat. Additional local information, plus a free to download tourist map can be found here.
- The dramatic scene where Morwenna explains here feelings to Drake was filmed at Penberth Cove – Click here for local places to stay and here for local places to eat. Additional local information, plus a free to download tourist map can be found here.
…and that’s it for episode 7. Looking at the plotline for next week we’re confident that Cornwall will feature more heavily in Episode 9. If you would like to find out more information about previous episodes click the links below…