What are Portmeirion's Opening Hours?
Portmeirion is open to day visitors every day of the year except Christmas Day.
Hours of opening: 09:30 - 17.00 (during the winter season) & 19:30 (during the Summer Season)
Selected cafes stay open until 7.00pm during school holidays.
Shops close at 5.30pm.
Do you have to pay to visit Portmeirion?
Portmeirion has a admission charge for adults, concessions and children aged 5 - 15 years. Recieve up to 10% off entry prices when you book online.
Children under 5 do not pay an admission charge.
We have various Annual Membership passes which are available at our welcome Centre.
Entry price up to 10% less after 3.30pm during the main season.
FREE ENTRY to Portmeirion Village
Enjoy FREE ENTRY to Portmeirion Village with a two-course lunch at Castell Deudraeth Brasserie , lunch or afternoon tea at The Hotel Portmeirion or with any treatment at the Mermaid Spa. Must be booked in advance. Free entry to the village can only be used on the day of purchase.
Hotel guests do not pay admission to the village.
Terms and conditions apply. For more information, please contact our Welcome Centre
Located on its own private peninsula on the coast of Snowdonia in Wales. Postcode LL48 6ER.
Signposted from the A487 at Minffordd mid-way between Penrhyndeudraeth and Porthmadog in Gwynedd, North Wales.
Do you have free entry at any times?
Dogs are not allowed on-site, with the exception of assistance dogs.
We are often asked about the reason for Portmeirion & Castell Deudraeth's no-dogs-allowed policy. One primary reason for the rule is the conflict pets (particularly dogs) produce in natural areas used as wildlife habitat and also used by people for recreation. Portmeirion's natural areas are managed in a way that protects habitat for a wide variety of wildlife species. Dogs, by nature, can damage sensitive habitats as well as harass or kill vulnerable wildlife. The no-dogs policy is also applied to protect the many people who may be picnicking, walking, swimming or relaxing in the grounds.
A dogs-on-leash rule used in the past proved ineffective because many people disregard the policy. We have also found that a few pet owners do not take the responsibility to pick up pet waste. Patrolling park grounds to assure that dogs are under control, contacting those who are not being responsible with their pet and cleaning up after pets to assure a safe visitor environment was an inefficient use of limited staff time.
With the exception of assistance dogs, Portmeirion will continue its policy of excluding pets from the village and its grounds to help assure a quality visitor experience and help protect natural resources at Portmeirion.
The company policy regarding dogs includes the village, woodlands, farmland, Castell Deudraeth, estate cottages and gardens. The policy does not affect any statutory rights of way, bridle paths, public footpaths or access to these areas.
Is Portmeirion suitable for Disabled Visitors?
The village contains many slopes and steps and it is therefore not ideally suited to anyone with restricted mobility.
Some of the rooms and cottages are only accessible via steps.
We do have rooms specially suited for disabled use. Both Hotel and Castell Deudraeth have lifts.
Castell Deudraeth has no steps on the ground floor.
We have wheelchairs available for loan and designated blue badge parking areas.
For full details please see our Accessibility Guide.
We have ample parking space right by The Village entrance.
We do not charge a parking fee.
There is dedicated disabled parking close to the entrance.
All rooms and cottages in The Village have a designated parking space as close as possible to the accommodation.
Portmeirion is owned by a registered charity called Ymddiriedolaeth Clough Williams-Ellis Foundation.
This means that Portmeirion's future is secure, it cannot be bought or sold, all its buildings have listed building status and the grounds are a designated Conservation Area.
Ymddiriedolaeth Clough Williams-Ellis Foundation
Rhif Elusen Restredig: 516895 Registered Charity Number
The Charity's Area
The Portmeirion peninsula at Minffordd and the
Brondanw, Parc and Croesor Estate at Llanfrothen, Gwynedd.
CHARITABLE PURPOSES (TRUST DEED 20TH MAY 1985)
a) To promote the permanent preservation for the benefit of the public generally and especially the inhabitants of the Charity's Area of lands of beauty or historic interest or ecological environmental or other scientific importance within the Charity's Area in particular the Brondanw Parc and Croesor Estate aforesaid and generally to improve protect and and preserve the natural aspect and character and amenities of the Charity's Area.
b) To promote the permanent preservation for the benefit of the public generally and especially the inhabitants of the Charity's Area of buildings situated within the Charity's Area of national historic architectural or artistic interest to promote access to and enjoyment of such buildings by the public and to augment the amenities of such buildings and their surroundings.
c) To promote the conservation of the rural landscape and the animal and plant wildlife within the Charity's Area methods of agriculture horticulture apiculture forestry and allied occupations which are consistent with such conservation research into such methods and the publication of the useful results of such research for the benefit of the public generally and especially the inhabitants of the Charity's Area.
d) To promote public access to the countryside within the Charity's Area the provision of routes and ways therefor and the preservation of footpaths commons and wastelands.
e) To advance education in Welsh history and culture and in biology zoology botany ecology and all kindred sciences.
Can I stay at Portmeirion?
Festival No.6 is born out of the desire and passion to create a completely distinctive and intimate festival that utilises the breathtakingly beautiful environment, the uniqueness of The Village and its inspiring venues, structures, accommodation and architecture.
Festival No6 support and sponsors
FN6 Ltd. Company registration 07940258. 3 The Stables, Wilmslow Road, East Didsbury, Manchester, M20 5PG
Portmeirion was built to show how you could develop a naturally beautiful setting without spoiling it and that with sufficient skill and care architectural good manners can actually enhance the natural environment.
Portmeirion is a hotel resort and a popular visitor attraction located on the coast of Snowdonia National Park in Gwynedd, North Wales.
What are the aims and objectives of the company that runs Portmeirion?
Portmeirion Ltd - Aims and Objectives
- To promote the conservation of buildings, land, plants and wildlife under its control.
- To promote the year-round sustainable use of the buildings and areas under its control.
- To promote sustainable all year round employment and to support staff development through training.
- To maintain a bilingual policy providing services in Welsh and English to staff, suppliers and customers according to their preference.