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Portmeirion Village

Open today: 9:30 AM - 7:00 PM
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A day trip with a difference.

We are old enough to remember The Prisoner TV series in the 60's so Portmeirion has been on our... read more

Reviewed yesterday
28robertc2017
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Wow what a unusual and very interesting place, we had a great day the, weather was great which... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
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Private village resort and gardens on the coast of Snowdonia in Wales open all year round from 10am to 7pm for day visits with reduced entry after 3.30pm. The village has two hotels, 15 self-catering cottages, six restaurants and cafes, six shops, a...more
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| Minffordd, Portmeirion LL48 6ER, Wales
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Reviewed yesterday

We are old enough to remember The Prisoner TV series in the 60's so Portmeirion has been on our wish list for a visit for a long time. It did not disappoint. We took advantage of a short guided tour just after entry (free) and...More

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Reviewed 2 days ago

Wow what a unusual and very interesting place, we had a great day the, weather was great which really helps, staff great especially the guide very dry sense of humour. Its been our bucket list for years well worth a visit as we can remember...More

Thank Carol and john R
Reviewed 2 days ago

A lovely village with walks and a train ride around the wooded area. It was a bit overcast but this did not spoil the atmosphere. The village is a mix and match of buildings created as a leisure park. Coastal walk is worth doing. The...More

Thank davidmowbray
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Our trip to Portmeirion today was bathed in sunshine and because of this we were definitely lucky enough to see this attraction at its best. The place is fascinating and querky. I had never seen the tv series The Prisoner but had heard it had...More

Thank Frances B
Reviewed 3 days ago

Huge thank you to all the staff who helped us and made our day special today. One member of our group of three has recently become disabled and we had a gift voucher for an afternoon tea at the hotel to use. From the moment...More

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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Let me start by explaining I have encountered wet weather before. We were equipped for the rain with coats, hats, wellies and an umbrella. We were also sentient that we would be going to a site that would require walking around outside. What we were...More

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Reviewed 4 days ago

Having previously visited Portmeirion Village on a day trip I was treated to tickets to the Festival No 6 in September 2018. My daughter and I spent 4 days there camping and still didn't manage to fit in everything we wanted to see. Although there...More

Thank Laraine F
Reviewed 5 days ago

Always wanted to go since viewing the Prisoner many years ago. The village was not as big as expected but was as quirky as I thought. Apart from the number 6 shop and a bust of Patrick McGoogan, the village was nice to see as...More

Thank alang00d
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Even on a horrible windy and rainy day a must visit place! No dogs allowed other than guide dogs. Plenty of toilets, train tour ride, shops, places to eat etc. Well worth a visit!

Thank 99PSB
Reviewed 6 days ago

We went as a complete get away for a long weekend and it delivered, a beautiful place with some beautiful views, some lovely walks to be had, we stayed in Angle Cottage 5 ladies an there was loads of room for us all x

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dottom21
10 September 2018|
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Response from Hotel_Guest_Liaison | Property representative |
Hello there. I'm sorry, I don't see the question. Feel free to ask again or email us on visit@portmeirion.wales
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dottom21
10 September 2018|
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Response from Hotel_Guest_Liaison | Property representative |
Adults: £12 Concessions (60+ & students): £10.50 Children (5-15yrs): £8.50 Children (under 5): free Family tickets available from £35.00 *Concession: available with student card or for over 60s
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Rita K
7 September 2018|
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What is the cost during October
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