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Portmeirion Hotel

The Hotel Portmeirion overlooks the beautiful sandy beaches of the Dwyryd Estuary in Snowdonia, North Wales.

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Recommended by our readers, researched by us.

About

Recommended by Petrolheads Welcome member, Maggie, from her experience on a car club event. She says:

“They are happy to arrange group stays for car clubs.  We attended one in 2017 and you could select whether you stayed 1, 2 or 3 nights.  Accommodations was arranged and gala dinners each night. Superb.”

Thanks Maggie.

NB – We understand that each room has a dedicated parking space in the village with a golf buggy transfer if required. Alternative parking is in the town’s public car park (which we have reflected in our ‘Additional Details’ section).

Additional Details

  • 14
  • Smooth, Level, No speedbumps, Loose surface, Marked spaces

1 Review for Portmeirion Hotel

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5.0

Portmeirion was the location for the exterior shots of the 60’s cult classic “The Prisoner”. The village is a bizarre collection of Italianate buildings and trompe l’oeil decoration set on it’s own peninsular beside the River Dwyryd and surrounded by lush woodland. It is a fantasy destination. The hotel within the village is the former home of it’s creator Sir Clough Williams-Ellis. It is Grade II listed and was upgraded in 2001 . It is is a comfortable and relaxing place to stay. Bedrooms are large and the Art Deco restaurant has 2 rosettes. There are ample relaxing lounges and outside space. Each room has designated parking on a flat tarmac area. There is further accommodation in the village itself situated in the upper stories of the buildings. These too have allocated parking but are much less protected from general visitors and commercial village traffic. While this is not a cheap hotel it does offer excellent all inclusive deals that are well worth looking into.

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