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    Last Alteration: Sunday 07 April 2013

    Plas Brondanw

    GPS Coordinates

    52°57'35"-04°03'42" show decimal

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    SH616422

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    Plas Brondanw
    Croesor, Llanfrothen, Penrhyndeudraeth, Gwynedd, LL48 6SW

    Plas Brondanw is the family home of Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, the man behind the creation of Portmeirion. The 12th Century castle in the area was demolished in 1869, ironically to stop it from becoming a tourist attraction!

    Admission: Open 9am-5pm, as of 12 Jan 2009 it costs £3.00 for adults

    How to get here:

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    Road: A5 - Follow the A5, and then head south on the A470 towards Blaenau Ffestiniog. Turn right onto the A496, and then left onto the A487 towards Porthmadog. Turn right onto the B4410 and follow it through to Garreg, turning right and then right onto Plas Brondanw. (11 miles, 17m) +

    Parking Details

    There is parking near the gardens.

     

    Access: publicStatus: recognisableGarden

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    «prev photo next photo»Photograph taken: 24th January 2009 by Scott Frankton

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    The Five Doctors
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    Filmed: 5,11 Mar 1983
    The First Doctor strolls through a garden.

     

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    «prev photo next photo»Photograph taken: 24th January 2009 by Scott Frankton

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    The Five Doctors
    Screen Shot
    Filmed: 5,11 Mar 1983
    The First Doctor strolls through a garden.

     

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    «prev photo next photo»Photograph taken: 24th January 2009 by Scott Frankton

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    The Five Doctors
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    Filmed: 5,11 Mar 1983
    The First Doctor flees from the time scoop.

     

     

    Access: publicStatus: recognisableTower

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    Photograph taken: 24th January 2009 by Scott Frankton

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    The Five Doctors
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    Filmed: 5,11 Mar 1983
    Turlough sketches the landscape.

    The Five Doctors
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    Filmed: 5,11 Mar 1983
    The Doctor feels a cosmic angst.

    The Five Doctors
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    Filmed: 5,11 Mar 1983
    Turlough and Tegan go to the Doctor's aid.

     

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    Photograph taken: 24th January 2009 by Scott Frankton

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    The Five Doctors
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    Filmed: 5,11 Mar 1983
    The Doctor arrives, and spies Turlough at work.

     

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    Photograph taken: 24th January 2009 by Scott Frankton

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    The Five Doctors
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    Filmed: 5,11 Mar 1983
    Tegan arrives and looks out at the view.

    The Five Doctors
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    Filmed: 5,11 Mar 1983
    The Doctor explains how he feels like parts of him are drifting away.

     

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    Photograph taken: 24th January 2009 by Scott Frankton

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    The Five Doctors
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    Filmed: 5,11 Mar 1983
    The Doctor leaves the TARDIS (special edition)

    The Five Doctors
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    Filmed: 5,11 Mar 1983
    Turlough and Tegan carry the Doctor back to the TARDIS.

     

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    Photograph taken: 24th January 2009 by Scott Frankton

    "The area has become very overgrown around the tower."

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    The Five Doctors
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    Filmed: 5,11 Mar 1983
    The Doctor realises he has to get back to the TARDIS.

     

    Other nearby locations:

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    Portmeirion (The Masque of Mandragora). Road (4.3 miles, 10m) : Head south and turn left onto the A4085. Continue on to Penrhyndeudraeth, and then turn right onto the A487 towards Porthmadog. As you reach Minffordd, turn left and head down to Portmeirion.

    Additional locations as the crow flies:

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    Cwm Bychan (The Five Doctors): 6.95 miles.

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    Cwt y Bugail Quarry (Rigcycle) (The Five Doctors): 7.49 miles.

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    Carreg Y Foel Gron (The Five Doctors): 8.03 miles.

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    Nant Ffrancon Pass (The Abominable Snowmen): 11.42 miles.

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    Powis Castle (Warriors Gate): 43.56 miles.

    Further links about the location:

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    Brondanw - official website

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    Portmeirion Village - Plas Brondanw

    Related Stories

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    The Five Doctors [5,11 Mar 1983]: The Eye of Orion

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