Located on a private peninsula on the North Wales coast with quick and easy road access from both the M56 and M6 motorways.
Welsh architect Clough Williams-Ellis built Portmeirion, his ideal village, between 1925 and 1973. Portmeirion Hotel opened on the site in 1926 and Williams-Ellis continued work on the extended site throughout his long life.
An experience-based destination where visitors experience village life as part of their stay.
Italian riviera meets rural Wales and now one of the most visited tourist attractions in the country, Portmeirion is a remarkable mix of architectural styles (and colours). To visit the Hotel is to visit the Village. The site includes access to pretty gardens and woodlands, famous pottery of the same name, gift shops, award-winning restaurants, ice cream shops and more.
Ideal for small groups needing a complete change of scene, for a corporate away day or team building activity or, for the iconic vistas alone, a product launch or film shoot.
The unique backdrop of Portmeirion Village gives meetings and events a distinct look-and-feel. The charm of the site and the grandeur of the meeting and events spaces combine to make this an utterly unique event location. It is a magical place.
A destination with impact and long-lasting wow factor.
This is a meeting and event venue with more than just a momentary wow factor on arrival. Savvy meeting and event planners keep The Portmeirion Hotel in reserve for very special occasions and for those meetings and events that need to be remembered forever.
Plan well in advance to secure exclusive access to the site.
The Village has five distinct meeting and event spaces and can comfortably host 150. Hercules Hall and the next-door Tudor Room are grand and imposing but all the meeting and event spaces feel intimate and very much part of the village setting with views over the estuary a key feature.
The village is not an historic site. With a vibrant music scene, home-grown Festival No 6 has played host to headline acts including New Order and Flaming Lips and the site continues to build on its reputation as a place where musicians meet. There is also a castle hotel in the village – Castell Deudraeth.
Best known as the location of cult 1960’s TV series, The Prisoner.
- Total number of meeting rooms: 5
- Theatre: 120
- Boardroom: 30
- Classroom: 72
- Banquet: 150
- Total number of bedrooms: 32
- On-site car park: Yes