Portmeirion

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Minffordd, Penrhyndeudraeth, Gwynedd, LL48 6ER

Retail Phone Number Phone Number icon for Snowdonia retail page 01766 770000

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Situated on its own private peninsula overlooking stunning coastal scenery, Portmeirion, nestled in the heart of Snowdonia, has long been one of Wales’ most popular destinations. Aside from its iconic architecture, scenic surroundings and vast gardens, Portmeirion is home to two hip hotels, a huddle of historic cottages, a spa, a variety of shops and award-winning restaurants. Enjoy a unique Welsh getaway, lapped by golden sands, sparkling waters and wild woodlands.
Hotel Accommodation:
The Hotel Portmeirion
Architectural elegance with a touch of the eccentric – that’s what Portmeirion Hotel is made of. The Grade II listed building is crammed with original features, antiques and breath-taking vistas. 
The award-winning Art Deco restaurant is fast gaining a reputation for its ambitious and innovative fare. Using predominately regional produce, head chef Mark Threadgill is constantly developing new dishes to wow his diners. And if his beautifully plated food isn’t enough to impress you – wait until you see the views!
Deudraeth Castle
Contemporary cool meets Tudor architecture – it shouldn’t work but it does, and the combination has transformed Castle Deudraeth into a destination hotel with a Victorian garden and gorgeous county views. This Grade II listed building is only a stone’s throw away from the village, so you can still browse in the many eateries and boutiques that Portmeirion has to offer.
Castell Deudraeth Brasserie is a warm and friendly restaurant that has been flying the flag for Welsh fare for years. At its heart is exceptional service and a series of simple but stunning looking dishes which never fail to please. Choose to sit in the light and airy conservatory overlooking the surrounding countryside and Victorian gardens or the more private Estuary Room. Afterwards, retreat to the lounge for drinks by the fire. The restored oak panelling and ornate fireplace gives the place a warm and relaxed ambiance.
Village Rooms
Masquerading as somewhere on the Italian Riviera, Portmeirion offers colourful buildings, a picturesque piazza and spectacular seascapes. All our 32 serviced rooms within the village ooze character. Stay in the suite where Noel Coward wrote Blithe Sprit or the cliff top cottage that Beatle George Harrison loved and lost.
 

Amenities

  • Areas provided for smokers
  • En-Suite
  • Liquor/Table Licence/Licenced Bar or Licenced Club
  • Special diets catered for
  • Foodshop on site
  • Family friendly
  • Telephone in room/unit
  • Weekend/Midweek Short Breaks
  • Highchair available
  • Bus stop nearby
  • Ffordd Brailsford Way cycle route nearby
  • Outdoor activities nearby
  • Wales Coast Path circular route nearby
  • Coach parties welcome
  • Garden
  • No Smoking
  • Tea/Coffee
  • Welsh spoken
  • Cot available
  • WiFi available
  • Business services
  • Spa
  • Historical building/monument nearby
  • Provision for disabled visitors
  • Train station nearby
  • Golf available (on site or nearby)
  • Wales Coast Path nearby
  • Cafe/restaurant on site
  • Credit cards accepted
  • Ground floor bedroom
  • Lift
  • Parking
  • Conference facilities available
  • Swimming pool
  • Showers
  • Free WiFi
  • Launderette
  • Children’s facilities
  • Groups welcome
  • Group discounts
  • Beach nearby
  • Mountain biking nearby
  • Cycle route nearby
  • Walking route nearby

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