Royal Hotel

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The Royal Hotel in Church Walks, Llandudno, closed unexpectedly last week after Administrators were called in. The fate of this landmark building in Llandudno is now uncertain.

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Castle Street, Conwy

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Looking up Castle Street, Conwy, towards the Castle that towers over the medieval town.

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A New Beach

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As part of the redevelopment work on Colwyn Bay Promenade, a new sandy beach is being constructed. This involves dredging 500,000 tons of sand from a sandbank 10 miles out and depositing it via a ship/pipeline onto the site of the new beach. A very impressive bit of civil engineering.

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Stormy Day

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Rough seas at Llandudno touch the underside of the Pier, no doubt causing a few worried moments for the Pier management. Fortunately, the Pier has never suffered any serious damage since it was built in 1877, as it is protected by the twin headlands of the Little & Great Ormes.

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Bulkeley Hotel

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The Bulkeley Hotel, Beaumaris, at night. The hotel was built as a Georgian showpiece in 1832; it was designed by the architect Mr Hansom, and is situated in Castle Street, Beaumaris, Anglesey. In 1832, Princess Victoria stayed at the Bulkeley Arms Hotel, and there have been many other notable guests.

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Aberconwy House

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Aberconway House, located on the corner of Castle Street and High Street within the town walls of Conwy, is a medieval merchant’s house which dates to the fourteenth century and is to be the only medieval merchant’s house in Conwy to have survived the town’s turbulent history. The house is the oldest recorded dwelling of its kind anywhere in Wales and has been dated by the tree-ring analysis of its timbers to around 1420.

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