Wealth, lust and betrayal set in Regency-era England – Netflix’s latest offering, Bridgerton, has left viewers wanting more and it’s easy to see why.

As news of a second season is announced, we take a look at all the places in and around Bucks the hit show is filmed in.

Bucks is no stranger to the big screen, with Midsomer Murders filmed in its picturesque locations and being home to the iconic Pinewood Studios, largely considered to be the home of James Bond.

Halton House

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The front of Halton House. Picture: David Hillas

Now used and owned by the Royal Air Force, this stately home near Wendover was purchased by Lionel de Rothschild in 1853 and taken over for use as an army base in 1914.

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It was used as the Bridgerton house interior, with the grand hall and staircase featuring in almost every episode.

Many reports also suggested it was used to film some of the interiors of the Featherington house.

Stowe House

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The Temple of Venus, and surrounding landscape gardens, in Stowe House. Picture: David M Jones

Simon and Daphne’s first dance at the Vauxhall Ball was pictured on The Temple of Venus, which sits within the Grade-I listed Stowe House.

The scene shows the pair agreeing to partner together so that the duke can avoid the perpetually hovering mothers looking for the perfect match for their daughters, and Daphne can attract more potential suitors.

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Stowe House is also home to the independent Stowe School, which charges £12,697 per term for its boarding fees, and has been featured in a number of films and TV shows such as The Crown, X-Men First Class and Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.

Dorney Court

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Dorney Court, in Dorney. Picture: Michael Garlick

The Coaching Inn, where Daphne and Simon consummate their marriage and spend an eventful wedding night, was filmed at Dorney Court, in the village of Dorney.

It is listed as one of England’s “finest Tudor manor houses” and was referenced in the Domesday Book of 1086 as being owned by wealthy landowner Miles Crispin.