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Hotel and Quayside

Dining: - 

Hotel Portmeirion offers many dining options, from the formal dinner to the more relaxed lunch on the Terrace; it will cater for all tastes. The dining at the Hotel has been awarded 2 AA Rosettes for the quality of its food.

From Monday to Saturday the Terrace serves an informal lunch menu. The Terrace will not be offered on days where weddings have booked exclusive use of the Terrace. 

The Hotel also offers a more formal lunch experience on Sundays, where our Chefs prepare the highest quality local produce to create a mouth watering traditional Sunday Lunch menu. Booking is advisable for Sunday Lunch to avoid disappointment.

The Hotel Portmeirion offers a Table d'hôte and A la Carte menu nightly, and is open from 6.30pm until 9pm. Please note that booking is advisable in order to avoid disappointment.

Staying: - 

If you're looking to stay at Portmeirion then look no further than the accommodation offered in the Hotel and Quayside area. The Hotel Portmeirion has 14 luxurious rooms, with views over the Estuary. The Hotel Portmeirion is where you will find our main suite the Peacock Suite, which was the first room that Clough Williams-Ellis converted into an en-suite in the Hotel for the arrival of HRH the Prince of Wales.

You can also choose to stay in either of the rooms in the Anchor and Fountain block. The Anchor and Fountain rooms are all deluxe rooms with a separate lounge area, and benefit from fantastic views over the swimming pool and Estuary. It is a short distance to the Hotel. During the World War Noel Coward decided to escape London for some peace and quiet, and that he felt people needed a new comedy, to maker them laugh. He therefore booked and stayed at Upper Fountain, during the stay he worked tirelessly on his play, and returned to London having written Blythe Spirit.

If wanting to stay on a self catering basis, then you will find the White Horses Cottage. This has a double room, a twin room and 3 bunk beds in the Lounge. White Horses was the cottage that Patrick McGoohan used as his accommodation during his filming of The Prisoner at Portmeirion. As the Hotel Portmeirion the White Horses is one of the buildings that were originally on the estate when purchased by Clough, then known as the Fisherman's Cottage. As all prior buildings the White Horses has benefited from being 'Cloughed-up'.

Things To Do: - 

No visit to Portmeirion would be complete without making it down to see the Amis Reunis. The original Amis Reunis used to be docked on the Quayside, and was even used as accommodation. However following a stormy night, she was shipwrecked. Clough having failed to bring her back to shore to repair, decided to salvage what he could, and the original masts from Amis Reunis were used for the original poles throughout the Restaurant. However Clough then decided that he would build a stone boat on the coastline, and this is the current Amis Reunis, and a great place for children to play pirates.

Also in this area is the Portmeirion heated outdoor Swimming Pool. This is open from May until first week of September. The swimming pool is only available for use by residents of Portmeirion and customers of the Mermaid Spa.

Walks: -

As you walk past the White Horses you will embark on our coastal walk. The walk will take you into the woodlands passing some of our many wishing trees, and the lighthouse. The path will meet with many other paths that will help you explore the Woodland. There are a few quiet cove beaches along this walk, however please note that the tide may come in very quickly.

 

 

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