The Portmeirion Hotel Bar and Terrace
The hotel Portmeirion was originally the mansion of Aber Ia and the site of the present village, together with its dramatic wooded setting, formed the small estate around the house. It was built c1850 and was described in 1861 as:
Today the Hotel Portmeirion's Victorian Terrace is the perfect place for a coffee or to relax and enjoy a drink with friends and family while taking in the views of the village above and the Dwyryd Estuary below
To reserve a table for Lunch or Afternoon tea - please use the blue 'Book' button at the top of this page or call 01766 772440 or 392. For more information please email;
*Please note that we cannot take reservations over email as we do require a credit card guarantee due to the increasing number of no-shows.*
The Hotel Portmeirion serves drinks on the Terrace from 12:00 until 16:30pm Monday to Saturdays if the weather allows. The Terrace does not open in wet or windy weather.
The Hotel Portmeirion operates it's popular lunch service between 12:00 and 14:00.
Lunch is served in the hotel from Mid March until the end of Summer.
As Welsh weather is famously unpredictable, our Lunch service is currently served in the Hotel Restaurant. You are more than welcome to enjoy a pre-lunch beverage on the terrace before your reservation in fine weather.
An example copy of the Hotel Portmeirion Bar Tarif is available below for your perusal.
For a copy of the Hotel Lunch Menu please see below.
The Hotel Portmeirion serves Afternoon Tea in the lounges and restaurant between 14:30pm - 15:30pm, Monday to Saturday.
Our Afternoon Tea menu changes regularly, allowing us to use the best of the seasons produce.
Included in your tea you will have a Selection of Finger Sandwiches including, Smoked Salmon, Cucumber and White Pepper, Egg and Spring Onion, Perl Wen and Caramelised Onion and Ham and Wholegrain Mustard. As a further savoury treat we also serve our homemade artisan sausage rolls.
To Accompany your savoury items we have a selection of our Pastry Chef's desserts and brace of fruit and plain scone. Served with Jam and Clotted Cream.
Please note that all dietary requirements can be catered for when prior notice is given.
Afternoon Tea - £34 Per Person
On Sundays, a traditional Sunday lunch is served between 12:30 and 14:30.
Traditional Sunday lunches are served with seasonal vegetables, cauliflower cheese and roast potatoes. Enjoying the beautiful view of the Dwyryd Estuary framed through the Dining Room's windows is the perfect way to enjoy a fantastic Sunday Lunch.
2 Courses - £30 // 3 Courses - £36