This was our fifth visit to Portmeirion to celebrate my mums 70th birthday. We stayed in the Toll House which is a lovely property and the views from the double bedroom are spectacular. We were greeted by David on the gate who always welcomes you with a smile and was very helpful. We spent the first three days in the village relaxing outside the hotel with numerous pots of coffee and tea taking in the breath taking views. The staff in the village are very welcoming and attentive. Eating in the village is good the cafe under the Toll House does a good bacon bap and the Town Hall chef was helpful on two occasions making us bacon sandwiches. We ate in the hotel on mums birthday it was a very busy night due to some conference on but this didn't bother us and the service and food was still excellent. We also had afternoon tea in the hotel and the peach bellini is delicious... On our last night we ate in the Castle the food was delicious and the staff were very attentive and friendly. Some people don't get this quirky village for our family it is a very special place and would like to thank everyone at the village for another wonderful experience and look forward to our next stay.
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- The Hotel Portmeirion is a romantic seaside resort on the coast of Snowdonia in Wales. It was opened by Clough Williams-Ellis in 1926. Noel Coward wrote Blithe Spirit here in 1941. Patrick McGoohan filmed The Prisoner here in 1966-67. From 13-15 September 2013 Portmeirion will once again host Festival No6, a unique celebration of arts and music. Portmeirion is open every day all year and is suitable for all ages. ... more less
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