Portmeirion Village and Gardens
Portmeirion is found on its own peninsula in the panorama of the Snowdonia mountains and lapped by the Dwyryd estuary. With 70 acres of wild woods and 20 miles of pathway to explore you will discover the many wonders we have to offer.
Portmeirion is home to many exotic types of plants and trees that were introduced by Caton Haigh, Henry Seymour Westmacott, Sir William Fothergill Cook and Susan Williams Ellis. They successfully grow here due to our continuous flow of the gulf streams warm sea currents and contribute to our sub-tropical microclimate.
With an impressive list of 57 Champion trees our Tree trail offers more information on each tree and the book will guide you around the trail.
Opening Times: Village and Gardens are open from 9.30am until 5.30pm (winter) 7.15pm (summer)
WINTER PRICES - ADULTS £8.00 SENIORS (60+) £7.00 CHILDREN FREE
SUMMER PRICES - ADULTS £12.00 SENIORS (60+) £10.50 CHILDREN 5-15 £8.50
WINTER PRICES - ADULTS £6.00 SENIORS (60+) £6.00 CHILDREN FREE
SUMMER PRICES - ADULTS £11.00 SENIORS (60+) £9.50 CHILDREN 5-15 £7.50
Facilities: 70 Acres of wild woods, Village, Gardens, Accommodation, Spa, Shops and Eating establishments
Disabled Access: Limited disabled access to the Woodlands and gardens. Disabled Toilets and car parking on site.
Group tours: During our main season we run two complimentary tours - A 20-minute Guided walking tour on the History of Portmeirion and a 20-minute Land Train ride which takes you around part of the woodlands. We also offer a 45-minute private buggy tour for up to 5 people and Specialised tailored tours. For more details on these tours please enquire on the details below.
Events: Please see our website for all our up and coming events
Coach Parking: Free Coach parking located in the grounds of the village
Booking Contact: Ellie Neilson
Location: Minffordd, Penrhyndeudraeth, Gwynedd, LL48 6ER.