£169 for a 4* two-night stay for two people worth £388 at Portmeirion Village – save up to 56% on a stay in this beautiful Italianate village in North Wales
Where’s the one place in the UK that has been graced by the presence of Gregory Peck, Ingrid Bergham, Paul McCartney and Stephen Fry? We’re talking about Portmeirion in Gwynedd, North Wales. This beautiful, Italian-style village was designed and built by Sir Clough Williams-Ellis between 1925 and 1975 and today you can take a trip there too for just £169…
Save yourself up to 56% on what would normally cost up to £388 and you and a lucky friend could enjoy a two-night 4* stay in the Portmeirion Village on the coast of Snowdonia. You’ll enjoy a full Welsh breakfast on both mornings, plus a fabulous three-course meal on the first night of your stay. Not to mention a complimentary glass of sherry in your room, luxury L’Occitane toiletries, flat screen television, complimentary wireless broadband and your choice of any available double Village room or a double room or suite in Castell Deudraeth.
about Portmeirion Village
Portmeirion Village has 53 rooms and suites located around the village and in Castell Deudraeth on the estate; it is a beautiful south facing boutique resort located on its own private peninsula on the coast of Snowdonia. Opened in 1926 by Clough Williams-Ellis, you can choose from rooms or suites in stunning Castell Deudraeth, or stay in one of the many double rooms situated within Portmeirion village.