Portmeirion Night Time Vista
The view is breathtaking at night when all the cottages are occupied and the lights are on.
Toll House and Pilot at Night
When the sun sets, Portmeirion really comes alive.
The Piazza is a fantastic place for a stroll in the evening.
Hercules and the Campanile
Early morning view from beside the bandstand.
Campanile Sunrise, November 2017
Floodlit Portmeirion Campanile, just as the sun starts to rise.
Bridge House 3 Bedroom
Interior of Bridge House 3, taken in 2017
The Prisoner Shop
Located inside the Round House is the Prisoner Shop, with shelves full of memorabilia relating to the TV series along with other gifts and souvenirs.
Cliff House Annex 2 Bedroom
A re-visit to Cliff House Annex in 2017 shows a more contemporary look to the room.
An Infrared View of The Village
An infrared shot taken from the old quay, looking back towards the village.
Under A Starry Sky
The Soft Collection - Round House
Steps off Battery Square leading to Battery, Toll House and Upper Pilot
The Village Sleeps
Portmeirion Village in North Wales just before sunrise.
The Round House, Government & Dolphin
Featuring The Round House or Number 6's house in Portmeirion village, North Wales.
The Piazza On A Misty Night
Portmeirion is atmospheric at the best of times but on this particular misty evening it was above and beyond anything I'd seen there before.
The Soft Collection - The Colours Of Portmeirion
A soft focus evening shot featuring The Dome, Bridge House, Toll House and Lady's Lodge. Taken using a Lensbaby 3G.
Government House Bedroom
One of the five bedrooms in Government House.
Watch House Bedroom and Lounge
One of the village hotel rooms, Watch House has been recently refurbished and now boasts a floating bed - look, no legs! The small windows each frame a slightly different view.
Watch house Veranda
You get your own private veranda with views over the estuary, hotel and observatory tower.
Sitting at the top of the cliff and looking particularly attractive from the quayside is Watch House.
Government House Lounge
Quirky ceiling levels and features add to the interest inside Government House.
Government House From Upper Pilot
This is the seaward facing side of Government House - the building in the lower left of the picture is Watch House. One of the upper windows (slightly obscured by the porch roof) is a trompe l'oeil window, complete with a face looking out to sea.
Evening At Government House
Government House sits between the Campanile and Dolphin. It is a self catering cottage with space for 8 people. To the front is a small lawn shared with Priors Lodging, Battery and Watch House. At the rear is another small lawn and steps down to the Piazza area.
The Round House
The Round House became one of the most famous buildings at Portmeirion following it's use as Number Six's house in the cult TV series "The Prisoner". It now appropriately houses the Prisoner shop and isn't anything like as big as you'd expect if you've only seen it on TV.
Lady's Lodge (that's the one on the left) is one of the cluster of buildings that surrounds Battery Square. The ground floor houses an artist's gallery and shop, while the first floor has a beauty parlour (part of Mermaid Spa).
Battery Square is the courtyard area in front of Battery, Toll House, Priors Lodging, The Round House and Lady's Lodge
Pilot consists of two hotel rooms - upper and lower. The views are fantastic from the corner windows. In the picture the ground floor and first floor are Pilot House, the room above and set slightly further back is the master bedroom in Toll House.
Toll House was the original entrance point for the village - the blue and white barrier can be seen on the side of the building. Toll House is a self catering cottage. On the ground floor is Caffi'r Sgwar, serving food and drinks.
Toll House Master Bedroom
Toll House probably has the best estuary view in the village.
Toll House Attic Room
The attic room in Toll House has fantastic views of the estuary, hotel and quayside.
All Images Copyright Tim Richmond 2005 - 2017