Hotels in Minffordd
The Hotel Portmeirion is based on the early Victorian Villa near the shore. The old house was converted into a hotel by Sir Clough and opened for the first time at Easter 1926.
It enjoyed a celebrated clientele almost from the start. Writers such as George Bernard Shaw, H.G. Wells and Bertrand Russell were habitues. Noel Coward wrote his best known comedy here, Blithe Spirit, during a two week stay at Lower Fountain in 1941.
Guests stay either in the main hotel building, which houses bars, dining rooms, suites and cottages that make up the village. These are within comfortable distance of the hotel.
All the rooms have private bathrooms, colour television and direct dial telephones. In May 2001, Castell Deudraeth opens at Portmeirion, providing 11 bedrooms, a brasserie and a bar.
Wedding and Conference venue.
Prices start from £119.00 per night for a standard village room for 2 people bed & breakfast in low season, and £209.00 per night in high season.
Dinner, bed & breakfast prices start from £130.00 per night for a standard village room for 2 people in low season, and £269.00 per night in high season.
Name: Hotel Dining Room
Cuisine: Modern Welsh
Chef: Mark Threadgill
Awards: 2 AA Rosettes in Hotel Dining Room
1 Rosette in Castell Deudraeth Brasserie (Head Chef Mark Muscroft)
Credit Cards Accepted
Open All Year
Swimming Pool - outdoor
TV in Rooms
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