Portmeirion Village, Portmeirion

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Historic Site · Landmark
An "Italian" village on the coast of North Wales, Portmeirion Village is a fantasyland built by Sir Clough Williams-Ellis between 1925 and 1975. The village's playful architecture is painted bright colors and offset by thick, green foliage. Inside these buildings you'll find hotels, restaurants, boutiques, and everything else you'd expect from a Mediterranean holiday, including a nearby body of water. Get great views of the village from the central piazza and check out Battery Square for some laid-back souvenir shopping. Before you head to Portmeirion, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Portmeirion road trip site, to make sure you see all that Portmeirion has to offer, including Portmeirion Village.
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  • What a fantastic weird and quirky place! We visited in September on a lovely warm and sunny day which added to the ambiance. We sat and ate a picnic, lots of places available to sit and eat. Had a...  more »
  • Super welcoming staff, really appreciated the map and enthusiasm when we were greeted it was so nice, the stunning architecture, views and unique walks made for a lovely experience. one shop and...  more »
  • the rudest staff i have ever experienced at a canteen. menus were incorrect, and when tried to order from them the staff argued that they never served that food. very very very rude and obnoxious...  more »

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