Portmeirion Cottages

Near Porthmadog

Who doesn’t want to stay in Portmeirion? It’s one of those must-visit places on the tick list of every true traveller.

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Of all the Rare Hideaways, we have to single this one out as a destination in its own right. Yes, you come for the accommodation. But, let’s be honest, you choose Portmeirion so that you can become immersed in the unique atmosphere and architecture of this Italianate village, created by iconoclast Sir Clough Williams-Ellis and still worshipped worldwide as the setting of that 1960s cult TV series, The Prisoner (Portmeirion perfectly captures the ambiguous, surreal nature of the storyline). The Cottages, 13 in all, are scattered around the village, so you might find yourself next to the gateway, or on a cliff, or close to the concrete boat – one of many delightful Clough follies – anchored to the quayside and going nowhere. This being Portmeirion, all are one-offs rich in individual detail and personality. And, as you’d expect, they are quirky and utterly endearing. The village, on its own private peninsula, also contains two hotels, shops and lush grounds and garden.

About Snowdonia Mountains & Coast

Designated as the first National Park in Wales, Snowdonia boasts over 800 square miles and has so much more to offer visitors than simply walking and hiking. The unique yet diverse scenery can be enjoyed from its nine mountain ranges where you will come across a vast range of river gorges, lakes and waterfalls.
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A unique choice of cottages, all different, scattered across the village

0808 147 1137 stay@portmeirion.wales
Portmeirion, Minffordd, Penrhyndeudraeth, LL48 6ER