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Hotel, Portmeirion, Gwynedd, Wales - a venue for your wedding, party
the Portmeirion Hotel
Portmeirion was built in the Italian style by Clough
William-Ellis on his own own wooded peninsula between 1925 and 1975
and has been used as a film set for many TV programs including the
cult TV series 'The Prisoner'. The village is surrounded by 145
acres of woods and farmland and the peninsula has sandy beaches
on all three sides. Portmeirion is situated in a sheltered location
on the Gulf Stream and subtropical trees and shrubs are able to
flourish there - giving even more credibility to the apparent Italian
ethos of the village. The village is now run by a charity and the
cottages in the village are let out by the hotel.
Exterior of the Portmeirion Hotel
ceremonies are held in the town hall which can accommodate up to
100 guests depending on which of the two rooms are used. The Hercules
Hall (the larger of the two) is also used for the evening reception
and is ideal for dancing to either a live group or a disco (whichever
you prefer). Portmeirion is the perfect place for the any wedding
or event . Apart from the excellent catering facilities of the hotel
and their ability to handle every aspect of your day with efficiency
and ease - the location makes an incredibly spectacular backdrop
for photographs or video. As a corporate event venue Portmeirion
has been associated with the following clients: Rolls Royce plc,
Faberge Incorporated, Automobile Association, Royal Variety Club
of Great Britain, Lego and Pirelli General.
Inside the Portmeirion Hotel
love going to Portmeirion and I can't wait to be asked back there.
It's a long drive but I've always loved Wales and whenever I get
a chance to play the piano there - I take it. I took these photographs
on a 4th December 2004 which was a very cloudy day. So hopefully
I'll be able to take some brighter pictures next time.