Keeping Up Appearances Series 3 & 4 Filming Locations

In this post, we look at some of the Keeping Up Appearances Series 3 & 4 Filming Locations. You may also be interested in:

Series 3 Episode 2 – Iron Age Remains

In this episode Hyacinth and Richard go for a drive in the country. This was filmed near Roke in South Oxfordshire as shown below.

Keeping Up Appearances Series 3 & 4 Filming Locations

Series 3 Episode 4 – How to Go on Holiday Without Really Trying

In this episode Hyacinth and Richard visit their local travel agent. This was filmed on Regent Street, Leamington Spa. The travel agents has long since gone and it has been a charity shop for the majority of the time since filming. However, currently, it is a Nail Bar. The fish shop next door during filming is still there though!

In this episode, Richard and Hyacinth go for coffee in a local coffee shop. A visitor to this website, Katy, has identified the coffee shop used as the Rocking horse café in Kenilworth.

Series 3 Episode 5 – Richard’s New Hobby

Hyacinth towards Richard should make use of his retirement gift and start a new hobby with his video camera. She sends an unprepared Richard out to make his first film.

Emmet spots Richard hiding in a telephone box outside the local shops.

This was filmed on the High Street in Benson, Oxfordshire as discovered by Keeping Up Appearances QOTD. Unfortunately the telephone box as been removed, but the phone box was roughly where the black bin with the blue liner is in the street view image below.

Series 3 Episode 6 – The Art Exhibition

Rose and one of her gentleman friends leave The Heathcote Inn, Leamington Spa and accidently switch on the speaker and microphone unit in the van.

Keeping Up Appearances Series 3 & 4 Filming Locations

Series 3 Episode 7 – What to wear when yachting

Hyacinth wants to host a nautical super on a yacht, but as usual it does not go exactly as planned. This was filmed at the Benson Waterfront.

Series 4 Episode 2 – Country Retreat

Hyacinth has her eyes on a nice little house for entertaining in the country. In the episode, Hyacinth and Richard visit Loveitts Estate Agents branch in Warwick. This was filmed on Market Street, Warwick. Unfortunately, this branch of Loveitss has since closed and is currently a Gallery as shown below. However Boots opposite is still open for business, albeit looking a bit more modern.

Series 4 Episode 4 – The Commodore

Hyacinth is at the station with Richard waiting for The Commodore to arrive. This was filmed at Leamington Spa Train Station.

However, The Commodore is nowhere to be seen and an announcement comes over the tannoy stating that trains are terminating at Middleton. Coming out of the station Richard comes out of the station to find his car clamped due to parking in the wrong place. Not to worry, the vicar is on hand to drive Hyacinth and Richard to Middleton station. Middleton station is in fact, Warwick station as shown below.

Series 4 Episode 5 – Looking at Properties

Whilst Hyacinth is our with Elizabeth looking at properties, Richard is collecting Daddy from the clutches of Leamington Spa Police Station.

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Keeping Up Appearances Series 3 & 4 Filming Locations

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3 thoughts on “Keeping Up Appearances Series 3 & 4 Filming Locations”

  1. The petrol station scene in The Art Exhibition were Hyacinth, Richard, Liz and Emmett overhear Rose’s voice as the van drives by, takes place at the Leamington Spa Asda on Chesterton Rd.

    The scene at “Exclusive Kitchens” in Angel Gabriel Blue, took place at in-Toto kitchen showroom, I believe also in Leamington Spa.

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  2. The location of the coffee shop you have been unable to identify is the Rocking horse cafe in Kenilworth, which is still there. I live in Kenilworth and recognised it straight away as looks exactly the same now as it did then.

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