I have waited 50 years to visit Portmeirion, and I can say I was not disappointed at all. Being a small girl in the 1960's watching the Prisoner I was always entrigued what the village was really like.
The end of October when the biggest storms were predicted was not probably the best weekend to visit, but we enjoyed every minute. We arrived at 16.00 on Saturday and it just started to rain. We checked into our lovely cottage suite and stayed to relax for a few hours before a fantastic meal in the hotel.
The food at dinner was amazing, but a little pricey, but for a special weekend away I expect it. Breakfast was also amazing.
I felt like a kid in a sweet shop oohing and arghing at all the quirky buildings and follies.
lovely littke shops anf cafes to look a round too.
Sunday stayed dry for us, albeit it a little windy. We had a small walk around the coastal walk, after having a guilded tour from a very.
The service by all the staff was impeccable.
I hope to be back next summer to see the village in brightly coloured blooms.
The amazing architecture designed by Clough Williams-Ellis you can see was built with passion and love.
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