Last Alteration: Sunday 07 April 2013

Penwyllt Inn

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51°49'29"-03°39'54" show decimal

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Penwyllt Inn
Pen-y-Cae, Swansea, Wales

Penwyllt was a small community of workers from the limestone quarries in the area of Craig-Y-Nos. It's hey-day was during the late 19th Century when it had a rail link (Neath and Brecon Railway), but went into decline as industry changed and population dwindled until the quarry closed in 1977. Most of the village was demolished in the 1980s.

The Penwyllt Inn was near to the railway, and was known locally as "Stump Inn". It closed in 1949, and is now used as private accomodation for cavers.

How to get here from Penwyllt Quarry:

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Walk: Follow the slope out of the quarry, and then cross the carpark and walk to the railway path. Turn left and follow this to the slope down the ditch to reach the style opposite, then head up the hill to the inn. (0.2 miles, 4m) +

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General Directions to get to this location.

Parking Details

Parking area near quarry

Where to walk

Walk along the path west from Powell Street, crossing the old railway line and up the hill to the inn.

This location is private and has no or limited access only. As part of the SWCC the terraces are private property; location visitors are generally accepted but should respect the club and any directives given by staff.

 

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Photograph taken: 6th September 2009 by Chuck Foster

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Filmed: 2006
Ianto and Tosh make their way up to a house.

 

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Photograph taken: 6th September 2009 by Chuck Foster

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Filmed: 2006
Ianto and Tosh take seperate routes around the house.

 

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Photograph taken: 6th September 2009 by Chuck Foster

"Emma in the alley! I did't have a 'clean' shot for some reason."

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Filmed: 2006
Tosh makes her way to the back of the house

 

 

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Filmed: 2006
Tosh walks up the alley.

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Filmed: 2006
Ianto tries to find Tosh.

 

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Tosh checks the back.

 

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Ianto looks out across the back of the house.

 

Other nearby locations:

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Powell Street (Countrycide). No route recorded to this location.

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Penwyllt Quarry (Countrycide). No route recorded to this location.

Additional locations as the crow flies:

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Craig-Y-Nos Castle Hotel (Tooth and Claw): 0.84 miles.

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National Showcaves Centre for Wales (The Pirate Planet): 0.95 miles.

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Maesgwyn Windfarm (Doctor Who Series 8 Filming): 4.10 miles.

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Pont Melin-fach (Doctor Who Series 8 Filming): 4.53 miles.

Notable photos/media relating to the location:

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Images of Wales - Penwyllt Inn

Further links about the location:

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Wikipedia - Penwyllt History

Related Stories

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Countrycide [2006]: Ianto and Tosh check out a remote building.

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