Ynys Graianog Buddhist Centre used to be the village post office.
The shrine room has recently been enlarged.
Precious substances like jewels, herbs and relics are added to a Buddhist shrine.
The relics often include clothing, hair or bone fragments of former spiritual guides to signify a connection with their teachings.
The main image on Ynys Graianog's altar is of Guru Rinpoche, an Indian who first took Buddhism to Tibet and is venerated by followers of the Tibetan tradition.
The Amitabha represents the historical Buddha.
Tara is a female form of the bodhisattva: the path of enlightenment and compassion for all beings which the Buddha followed.
Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche was a 20th century Buddhist teacher who first suggested the retreat be built.
Traditional prayer flags fly outside Ynys Graianog.