Hotels in Portmeirion
Portmeirion is a wonderful combination of Italian-inspired architecture and lush, temporary Welsh woodlands, and was pioneered by the eminent architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis. Between 1925 and 1975, he designed this unique Italian village, which is one of Britain's most photogenic communities and, funnily enough, does feature numerous exotic plants thanks to its predominantly mild winters.
A fine example of post-modern architecture
The village, now maintained by a charitable trust, even has a Mediterranean-style plaza (square), and comprises quaint cottages and hotels that attract visitors from all over the globe. Portmeirion also overlooks the picturesque Dwyryd Estuary, and commands fine views over the scenic peaks of the Snowdonia National Park.
Besides differences in climate, probably the main difference between Portmeirion and a quintessential Italian village is that there are actually no residents here
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