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"what are we doing today?"

Portmeirion is located on a private peninsula overlooking Cardigan Bay on the coast of Snowdonia.

It is surrounded by woodlands and sandy beaches. The village was built from 1925 to 1976 by Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, who wanted to show how development could enhance the natural landscape. All the cottages in the village are either part of the Hotel Portmeirion or self-catering cottages. There are several cafes and eight shops. Portmeirion was the location for Patrick McGoohan's "The Prisoner" television series. It is also known for the Portmeirion Pottery, designed by Susan Williams-Ellis. On the main driveway there is a contemporary styled brasserie at Castell Deudraeth which gives free afternoon entry to Portmeirion in the price of a two course lunch. Contains playground and sandy beach for kids to play on.

"i'm hungry"

Gastropub (Castell Deudraeth). Hotel Restaurant (Hotel Portmeirion). Self-Service Terrace Restaurant and Ice Cream Cafe.

"Can I have one of those?"

8 shops (some close in Winter). Portmeirion Pottery, souvenirs, gifts, toys, books, cards, jams, art gallery etc.

"i need a wee"

Several disabled toilets on site, several baby changing facilities on site.

and baby come too...

Baby food and milk warming available.

"are we there yet?"

Signposted off A487 at Minffordd between Porthmadog and Penrhyndeudraeth Accessible by bus from Porthmadog

...got any top tips?

Bring suitable footwear for woodland walks. Pick up free map from tollgate.

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Portmeirion Village
North Wales
LL48 6ET
Telephone: 01766 772311
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Admission: 2013 Prices:
Adults £10
Concession (over 60) £9
Child (5 to 15) £6
Family Ticket (2+2) £30
Family Ticket (2+3) £35
  Opening Times: 2013 Opening Details:
Portmeirion is open every day of the year from 9.30am to 7.30pm.

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