Portmeirion Hotel Overview
Location: Portmeirion, North West Wales
The unique coastal village of Portmeirion was the brainchild of Sir Clough Williams-Ellis and is modelled around a Mediterranean-style piazza with a striking collection of brightly coloured houses and buildings. Portmeirion was the setting for the famous 1960’s television series ‘The Prisoner’ and is now one of Wales’s most popular tourist destinations.
The Portmeirion Hotel overlooks the sandy beaches of the Dwyryd Estuary and is on the doorstep of the famous village and all it has to offer. Originally a Victorian Lodge, the hotel was opened by Williams-Ellis in 1926 as the focal point for his planned village. The location simply couldn’t be better. With 14 stylish bedrooms, lounges, a bar, terrace and a gourmet restaurant the hotel is the perfect base to explore the village and the local area.
Sir Terrence Conran helped to renovate the dining room and bar in 2005 and hotel renovations over the years have carefully retained exquisite period detailing. An open air swimming pool is available for guests in the summer months.
- Swimming Pool (outdoors)