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On a wooded peninsula with fine views over the surrounding area with the mountains of Snowdonia as a backdrop, this extraordinary village was the creation of the fertile imagination of architect and conservationist Sir Clough Williams-Ellis (1893-1978). A bizarre mix of fantasy and theatrical effects, it was built to celebrate life as a festival, and architecture as fun. Visitors can stroll around the many cottages, Battery Square, the area of the Citadel and its Campanile, and the green Piazza.

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  • Lleyn Peninsula Recommended Recommended

    Lleyn Peninsula GB - Portmeirion LL53

    This peninsula, tucked deep in Wales, is a combination of superb beaches and a rugged mountain relief. This is illustrated by the strangely-shaped trio of hills named Tre'r Ceiri and the rugged height of Mynnyd Mawr, overlooking the pilgrims' island ..

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  • The Portmeirion Hotel & Castell Deudraeth

    Minffordd GB - Porthmadog LL48 6ER

    Built by a visionary architect in 1925, The Portmeirion Hotel & Castell Deudraeth overlooks the beautiful Dywryd Estaury. Located just south of the coastal village of Porthmadog on a private peninsula, the hotel offers a spa and wellness centre, an o..

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