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Panoramas – 360 x 180 Sphericals

Panoramas – 360 x 180 Sphericals

The Headland Hotel, Newquay, Cornwall looking down onto the shoreline with views across Fistral beach (to the right of the hotel), self-catering cottages (to the left) and the grade II listed Coastguard’s Lookout in the distance on Towan Head.

The Elms Cattery, Monmouth.
A family owned cattery located in the market town of Monmouth where the feline guests are lavished with love, care and attention with a standard of service second to none.

The oak panelled restaurant at the Caer Beris hotel, Builth Wells, Powys.

The Headland Hotel, Newquay, Cornwall looking down onto the shoreline with views across Fistral beach (to the right of the hotel), self-catering cottages (to the left) and the grade II listed Coastguard’s Lookout in the distance on Towan Head.

The Headland Hotel, Newquay, Cornwall as seen from the beach with views along Fistral beach (to the right of the hotel), self-catering cottages (to the left) and a distant view of the grade II listed Coastguard’s Lookout on Towan Head.

Known locally as the Cat’s Back this is a long ridge that rises between Dingwall, to the east and the small Victorian spa town of Strathpeffer to the west. The remains of an Iron Age fort (upon which the camera is positioned and clearly visible when looking down) are located on top of the ridge just above Knockfarrel.

The main centre of Strathpeffer, a small spa town in Ross and Cromarty, Highland, Scotland

Nantgwyllt Church in the Elan Valley. A Victorian Church built to replace the former church lost by the flooding of Nantgwyllt village in the Elan Valley in order to supply drinking water to the City of Birmingham.

The bridge at Builth Wells crossing the river Wye. Panorama taken from the south bank close to The Groe carpark on a very cold and frosty Autumnal morning.

The Wye Valley walk at The Groe, Builth Wells alongside the River Wye, just a very short part of the 136 mile trail between Chepstow in Monmothshire and the slopes of Plynlimon in Powys overlooking distant views of Aberystwyth.

Georgie Porgie’s coffee stop, Builth Wells, mid Wales. A delightfully quirky cafe and shop with the best home-made food to be found anywhere. Hosted by really friendly staff with a dog friendly, muddy boots welcome philosophy.  

The Little Twmp barn is set in 3 acres of well tended gardens and farm land, just outside Bronllys. The property is conveniently situated 6 miles from Hay on Wye and 6 miles from Brecon. Its slightly elevated position boasts spectacular views of the Black Mountains. The Wye Valley is famous for its mountains, valleys and rivers. Walking, climbing, mountain biking, canoeing, fishing, pony trekking and for those that love the country side, it’s all just on our door step.

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