The sweeping period romance has been rooted amid the cliffs of Cornwall ever since its first episode in series one.
Yet series four of Poldark has seen a major shift in location following a dramatic scene in which Ross Poldark (played by Aidan Turner) became the next Cornwall MP.
This has meant the brooding former soldier has spent a great deal of time in London fighting for the cause at Westminster Houses of Parliament.
Ross’s relationship with his wife Demelza (Eleanor Tomlinson) was already strained, but his absence from Cornwall has only made things harder.
Now it has been revealed the BBC’s historical romance will return to Cornwall for series five.
Taking place at many of the same West Cornwall sets, production is likely to start filming the next run in September, as in previous series’.
Cornwall Live’s website reported The National Trust has applied for planning permission for a temporary set for Poldark’s next offering.
Public rights of way will be closed off around the site according to the report, which was subsequently followed by an application for temporary timber structures to be used at an engine house in Botallack.
The application reads: “The proposal is to erect temporary timber structures around the engine house and surrounding land.
“These have been designed so that no permanent intervention will be made on the building fabric.
Continuing to detail the plans for the set, it says: “Timber structures which adjoin the building will simply be wedged and propped against the masonry with no fixings introduced to the existing fabric.
“Furthermore timber ground supports will be moulded around the contours of the land so that no disturbance to the surface is necessary.
“The temporary structures will be in place for less than six weeks, for the duration of filming of the Poldark series.
“On completion of filming the structures will be entirely removed and the site will be left as previously existing.”
While no further news about other locations for Poldark series five have been revealed yet, the crew could still be heading to film scenes in London again.
Last week’s episode of the series saw fan-favourite couple Doctor Dwight Enys (Luke Norris) and Caroline Enys (Gabriella Wilde) more distant than ever.
While Ross did his best to comfort the grieving noblewoman in London, Dwight and Demelza ended up turning to each other in their difficult time.
Dwight even admitted Nampara was a home away from home, but will Demelza manage to stay faithful to her husband?
Or is there more betrayal on the horizon? One thing’s for certain, with a return to Cornwall in series five the characters can try and resolve the painful rifts between them once and for all.
Poldark continues Sunday at 9pm on BBC One.