And if that weren't enough, others have also spotted the same room in an episode of Outlander.
According to House Beautiful, Wilton House is not only a director's dream, but it's also a centuries-old estate that resides on 22 acres of land near Salisbury in the United Kingdom.
With its baroque interiors and sprawling grounds, it's easy to see why Wilton House makes the perfect backdrop for an enthralling period drama, and it's even less surprising given its impressive history.
Originally, the home belonged to the Earls of Pembroke for over 400 years, but now, it remains open to the public for tours and even hosts events, such as the Annual Antiques Fair.
The Wilton House website also provides an entire list of every show and movie that's ever been filmed on the grounds, from 1995's Sense and Sensibility to Emily Blunt's The Young Victoria.
If you're wondering why this location is evidently attractive to filmmakers, Emma director Autumn de Wilde explained it perfectly.
Speaking to Travel + Leisure, she encapsulated the world of Wilton House eloquently and paid it the attention it deserves, saying:
“I think there’s a grace and beauty to Wilton that wasn’t imposing, but it was overwhelming,” she said of choosing the property. “It’s really incredible to be in there. It doesn’t feel homey. It’s like living in a museum.”
You can book—and dream of—your next post-COVID holiday with a tour of Wilton House here.