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Reviewed 11 June 2021

There is so much to love about this place. The architecture, woodlands, beach and the numerous viewing points around the village.
There is a wow factor round each corner, definately worth a visit.

Date of experience: June 2021
Thank gizzydavies
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Reviewed 10 June 2021 via mobile

Idyllic village. Lots of woodland and coastal walks and gardens to enjoy. Plenty of nice cafes and eateries to while away a relaxing day. There is a Trws Cymru bus from Bangor or Machynlleth that drops you at Minffordd and then it’s just a 20 minute walk.

Date of experience: May 2021
Thank railway_chap
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Reviewed 10 June 2021

Whatever reason you choose to go to Portmerion you will be mesmerised.
I was not aware until we visited of the incredible scenic walks within the grounds,this on top of the most beautful village created by architect
Sir Clough Williams- Ellis.1883-1978 If you don't know the history please research it because it is fascinating.
I have always wanted to go to Portmerion and at last we made it. My daughter and I were in awe of the village, the amazing collection of plants and trees and the sheer beauty of it all.
It was of course (for those of us of a certain age who remember ) the backdrop for the 1967 TV series The Prisoner starring Patrick McGoohan.

We stopped at one of the little cafes for a lovely cup of tea and the traditional welsh cakes what a treat. Despite the current restrictions all ran very well and I adored every minute we spent there from 9.30am until 3.45pm

My daughter is 44 btw,but the review box only gives the option to tick young family or teens ??. We did however witness lots of younger people very interested in the whole experience.

Date of experience: June 2021
1  Thank maggiedR1549IT
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Reviewed 10 June 2021 via mobile

Don’t visit. Anti dog and expensive. Steer clear of this place. There are plenty of other places to visit in North Wales that are far more welcoming

Date of experience: June 2021
2  Thank welshsjjLondon
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Reviewed 10 June 2021 via mobile

What a incredible place to visit!! The architecture is so unusual and fascinating! The houses and shops are querky, and so many things to see, I took loads of photos. The ice-cream parlour served pricy but delicious ice-cream which was a real treat!

The gardens, views and flowering plants added to the amazing experience and great day spent was enjoyed by us. Highly recommended as you won't be disappointed!!

Date of experience: June 2021
Thank David D
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