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Category: Wales

Wales Film location

Margam Country Park

Margam Country Park

We are delighted to welcome this fantastic new location – Margam Country Park including Margam Castle, estate and formal Gardens. Margam Country Park provides the perfect backdrop for commercial photography and film. The Parks impressive architecture and scenery provides an inspirational setting for filming, from period dramas, to factual documentaries and modern feature films. Margam …

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Broneirion

Broneirion is a pale coloured stone, Italianate style mansion Grade 2 Listed country house with many original features, set in 4.5 acres of well-maintained grounds with stunning views of the Severn Valley. Originally built by Wales leading Victorian Industrialist, David Davies, in 1864 we offer a stunning, versatile location whatever your needs. With 6 flexible …

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Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Railway

The Ffestiniog Railway takes you on a 13½-mile journey through history to the fascinating town of Blaenau Ffestiniog. The world’s oldest steam engines, Prince and Palmerston, have been in regular use on the line for more than 150 years. Trains climb over 700 feet from sea level at Porthmadog through tranquil pastures and magnificent forests, past lakes and waterfalls, …

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The Old Station Tintern

The Old Station is what remains of the Chepstow to Monmouth railway which closed in 1964. Today there are lovingly restored Victorian buildings in the form of the original waiting room and signal box. There are two restored carriages on site but these have been converted into a shop and exhibition. The site is set …

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Caldicot Castle Country Park

Caldicot’s magnificent medieval castle is set in 55 acres of beautiful parkland. Founded by the Normans, it was developed in Royal hands as a stronghold in the Middle Ages and restored as a Victorian family home. The castle’s many interesting features include a working drawbridge and a number of rooms within the towers, including a …

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Llancaiach Fawr Manor & Visitor Centre

Semi fortified Tudor Manor House (c 1550) restored and furnished as it would have been during the Civil War. ‘Staffed’ by the costumed servants of the gentry family who owned it in 1645.The Manor is surrounded by small formal walled gardens with typical 17th century features: topiary, knot garden, pleached walk etc.Llancaiach Fawr also has …

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Black Boy Inn

We are delighted to introduce the oldest pub in North Wales The Black Boy Inn as a new Film Location with accommodation for Cast & Crew and as a Production Headquarters. At the Black Boy Inn they have the breathtaking beauty of North Wales on their doorstep. For instance, it is just a minute’s walk …

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Bodnant Estate

The Bodnant Estate is a strikingly beautiful agricultural estate in North Wales. Bodnant provides great camera positions for filming the surrounding scenery it can also accommodate Cast & Crew when filming and with ample areas in which to park provides the perfect Unit Base/Production HQ when filming in the area. Set in hilly and wooded …

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