The Bay Tree Hotel in Conversation with MinaLima

On 11th May The Bay Tree Hotel will be hosted an intimate talk with graphic design duo MinaLima on Saturday 11th May at 3pm

This was the first time that the graphic designers of the Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts films have visited the hotel which features the full collection of limited edition art prints from the Graphic Art from the Harry Potter films. 

Taking place at 3pm, the “In conversation with MinaLima” session provided an opportunity to hear first hand about the inspiration behind such iconic film props as The Marauders Map and The Daily Prophet. Places are limited to 15 per session and are expected to sell out fast.

They talk was  followed by a delicious afternoon tea in the hotel’s restaurant. Tickets, priced at £34.50 per person, included all refreshments and a MinaLima goody bag. Please call 01843 862502 or email: enquiries@baytreebroadstairs.co.uk or see
https://bit.ly/2WrXhBz tto book your place. 

BAy Tree owners Alistair Dixon and Robert Stone, with their Bedlington Terrier, Ben and Eduardo Lima and Miraphora Mina

Alistair Dixon and Robert Stone, the owners and managers of the hotel, located on Broadstairs stunning seafront, have been enthusiastic fans of the Harry Potter books since they were first published. They are the first collectors to have purchased the full treasury of MinaLima’s Graphic Art of the Harry Potter films – 132 limited edition art prints which are displayed in the hotel’s library bar, sea-view lounge and entrance lobby. 

In addition to supplying the prints and helping select the frames, MinaLima designed the hotel’s library bar, which provides a relaxed setting for guests to enjoy a drink or aperitif before a meal in the hotel’s sea-view restaurant. 

Robert says, “MinaLima’s beautiful, quirky and entertaining prints have become a unique point of interest for our guests and the artworks perfectly compliment the design of the hotel. We are so excited to have Miraphora and Eduardo coming to the hotel and sharing the stories behind the prints and from the films themselves”

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