Portmeirion Cottages

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    7 Ivy Terrace: A cosy romantic cottage in Borth-y-Gest, in the centre of this pretty seaside village. Stunning views, balcony, flexible sleeping arrangements. A perfect get away from it all property. (Ref. 6869)

    7 nights from £307

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    5 Ivy Terrace: Fantastic Borth-y-Gest cottage in prime position overlooking the bay. Stunning sea views. Ideal touring base. (Ref. 7660)

    7 nights from £414

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    Glandwr: A delightful coastal cottage with seaside views in the village of Borth-y-Gest. Open fire, Smart TV, enclosed gardens. Central village location. Porthmadog 1.2 miles. (Ref. 25025)

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    7 nights from £409

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    Bronallt: Wonderful Victorian bay-fronted cottage overlooking the bay and moorings. Great sea views. Superb base for exploring the Llyn Peninsula and the Snowdonia National Park. WiFi. Smart TV. Traditional character. Porthmadog 1.2 miles. (Ref. 933131)

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    7 nights from £395

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    Avondale: A delightful Victorian bay-fronted terraced cottage, located in the centre of the popular seaside village of Borth-y-Gest. Great views of the bay. WiFi. En-suite shower room. Superb cottage for exploring the Llyn Peninsula. Porthmadog 1.2 miles. (Ref. 8963)

    7 nights from £412

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    Amanda: Double-fronted cottage, close to the town centre of Porthmadog. Over three floors, four bedrooms. Amenities on the doorstep. An ideal base for enjoying local beaches and activities. Close to Snowdonia National Park. Harlech 5 miles. (Ref. 7141)

    7 nights from £504

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    Ty Chandos: A delightful end-terrace coastal cottage with charm and character, in the pretty seaside village of Borth-y-Gest. Bedroom with decked balcony. Pet-friendly. WiFi. Close to beach. Porthmadog 1.2 miles. (Ref. 940318)

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    7 nights from £323

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    Llannor: Delightful, terraced cottage in seaside village of Borth-y-Gest. Open fire, traditional character. Superb beaches and coastline on the doorstep. Porthmadog 1.2 miles. (Ref. 13762)

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    7 nights from £314

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    Cartref: A delightful semi-detached property in the little hamlet of Ynys, near Talsarnau. Beautifully furnished and well-appointed. Ideal base for exploring the area. Beaches and golf close by. Garden. Parking. Pet-friendly. WiFi. Pub 1.5 miles; Harlech 3 miles. (Ref. 949561)

    7 nights from £281

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    4 Noddfa: Lovely terraced cottage in the large village of Penrhyndeudraeth near Portmeirion. Romantic retreat. Tiered lawned garden. Hill and estuary views. Portmeirion 2 miles. (Ref. 952725)

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Just show me Portmeirion Cottages

Please find below a selection of self catering holiday cottages to rent in Portmeirion, Wales.

For a cottage holiday with an Italian twist, try a cottage by Portmeirion.

On the southern shores of Snowdonia, this pastel-painted Italianate village nestles on a private peninsula overlooking the Traeth Bach Estuary. Created by Welsh architect, Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, a series of buildings were rescued from across Britain and Europe; then painstakingly re-assembled to form this extraordinary settlement.

Open daily to visitors bar Christmas Day, the seventy acres of sub-tropical woodland gardens are a delight, with miles of way-marked trails to explore. And thanks to a naturally mild climate, there are numerous exotic species of plants and trees to admire along the way. There are wonderful walks along the estuary too, with vibrant coastal gardens and sweeping views across to the mountains of Snowdonia.

There's a dogs' cemetery formed by a former tenant (who preferred the company of canines to humans!), a small children's play area and plenty of picnic spots - though you may like to eat at one of the village's celebrated dining venues.

Splash out on exquisite cuisine at The Dining Room of the Gwesty Portmeirion Hotel. Sample the contemporary menu of Castle Deudraeth's stylish gastro-pub, complete with alfresco dining area. There's also a self-service restaurant, Italian café, coffee shop and an award-winning ice-cream parlour.

There's a delightful collection of shops to browse in the village too, including plants, books, gifts and, of course, Portmeirion Pottery - established in 1960 by Sir Clough's daughter.

And with the many attractions of the Llyn Peninsula right on your doorstep, a cottage holiday by Portmeirion will be one to remember!