Are you searching for the perfect holiday cottages in Portmeirion? Look no further, as we offer a plethora of stunning modern and traditional cottages, farmhouses and apartments that sleep parties of two and upwards. With features such as log fires, lush private gardens and bubbling hot tubs, you’ll fall in love with the properties available to book today.
Ensure that all the family are catered for in our Portmeirion holiday cottages with wheelchair accessible properties, dog-friendly abodes and an array of attractions within just a short distance of the cottages.
Guide to Portmeirion
Portmeirion is an idyllic seaside village in North Wales, situated on the west coast, it boosts incredible views of the River Dwyryd and the River Glaslyn, as well as the dramatic Snowdonia National Park. Portmeirion is not the typical Welsh village, as it was built and designed by the famed and well-respected Sir Clough Williams-Ellis between 1925 and 1975, in the style of a quintessential Italian village. His aim was to show that a naturally stunning landscape can be developed tastefully, without spoiling the scenery. It is often referred to as Wales’ ‘little Italy’; it has exemplary architecture inspired by Riviera, award-winning restaurants and cafes and a selection of shops, perfect for those relaxing days exploring on your holiday.
The village is surrounded by approximately 70 acres of enchanting sub-tropical woodland gardens, offering a peaceful retreat for visitors looking for walking routes alternative to the many coastal walks.
Things to do in Portmeirion
• Central Piazza of Portmeirion
• Architectural discovery of the village
• Woodland or coastal walks
• Snowdonia National Park