WAW031509 WALES (1950). View of Gogarth Abbey Hotel, West Shore, Llandudno

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Title [WAW031509] View of Gogarth Abbey Hotel, West Shore, Llandudno
Reference WAW031509
Date 1950
Link Coflein Archive Item 6414302
Place name
Country WALES
Easting / Northing 276958, 382251
Longitude / Latitude -3.8474946764294, 53.322591205114
National Grid Reference SH770823


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From 1861 to 1873, the dean and his family were the summer and Christmas residents of the house, which he had built at Pen Morfa. Later and much extended it was for many years known as the Gogarth Abbey Hotel, but in 2002, still a hotel, and recently refurbished, it reverted to its original name 'The Pen Morfa'. The hotel ceased trading and closed down in 2006 and planning permission granted for the property to be rebuilt as residential accommodation. Rebuilding work involves the demolition of several extensions made to the building during its time as a hotel. The developers original aim was to retain the centre block, seen below in this February 2007 photograph, which was the original Pen Morfa, although even that had been much altered over the years. However, the developers later applied for planning permission to demolish these remains of the original house, which without its supporting wings was unstable. Demolition took place in November 2008. New construction on the site has not yet started.

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