Portmeirion, Gwynedd, Wales - October 28, 2009
House 3 - Hotel Portmeirion taken on my first staying visit to Portmeirion.
View from the Hotel Terrace to the swimming pool and campanile.
Waterfront and Hotel Terrace with the Casino and stone boat AMIS REUNIS.
View along the waterfront towards the Grotto which can be seen on the cliff top above "the Cave".
View to the Campanile
Campanile, Pilot and Government House.
Stone boat AMIS REUNIS and Dwyryd Estuary.
View along the waterfront from White Horses Promenade at low water with AMIS REUNIS - the stone boat.
View along the waterfront from White Horses Promenade at low water.
Nelson Statue at White Horses
Evening view of the Hotel Terrace
Hercules Statue looking towards the golden Buddha and the Dome
The Golden Buddha was a prop acquired from film makers working the movie "The Inn of Sixth Happiness" which was filmed in Snowdonia.
Caffi Sgwâr and Prisoner Shop in Battery Square. For some years now the cafe has relocated to the opposite side of the square and the building shown here has traded as the Rob Piercy Gallery.
Evening view of The Prisoner House / Shop made famous by Number 6!
Flood lit Cherub in the rocks below Chantry.
The Ship Shop
View from House 3 Room across the Dwyryd Estuary.
Hotel Portmeirion lounge before refurbishment and the rebuilding of the reception annex which had been destroyed in a major fire in the 1980s.
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