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Portmeirion Village, Portmeirion

Categories: Historic Sites, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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3.5/5 based on 2,400+ reviews on the web
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. Plan to visit Portmeirion Village and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Portmeirion attractions using our Portmeirion trip generator.
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  • We decided to have lunch at the Castle and get free entry to Portmeirion Village which was good value and worth doing a 2 cousre meal gets you free entry to the village. They were working on the beaut...  read more »
  • Stayed two nights In the dome in the village en route to Anglesea, Accomadation was excellent in one of the quaint little houses. Came across the cottage where Patrick Macgoohan stayed while filming T...  read more »
  • We have been before some years ago and thought we would have another visit as we now live in North Wales. It's a nice enough place to walk around although ironically we enjoyed the walk in the woods a...  read more »
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