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Castell Deudraeth has eleven spacious and stylish rooms over three floors. The ground floor has a gastropub restaurant and bar plus a Victorian walled garden which al fresco dining in fine weather. The interiors merge traditional materials with contemporary design. Welsh oak and slate feature prominently as well as leather, wool and stone. Guests have free access to all of Portmeirion village’s facilities and a shuttle bus service.
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We've just had a two night stopover in this wonderful hotel. All too often , hotel pictures build up the place to something it is not. In this case, it is the opposite! The 'castle style' hotel is set in a truly fantastic location just...More
I have stayed in some great Hotels but this has to rank as the best , from the time we walked in to the day we left the staff were brilliant and so friendly. The rooms truly are something else, stunning and wonderfully spacious and...More
Response from Hotel_Guest_Liaison, Gareth Jones, Reservations Team at Castell DeudraethResponded yesterday
Thank you so much for your very kind review and such high praise for the accommodation and service
We look forward to welcoming you back soon to Portmeirion!
Three of us stayed for two nights. Rooms were so clean and well provided including complimentary sherry - which started the evening well! Ate at the hotel both nights and , although as a vegetarian I suppose I could have had more choice, we all...More
Response from Hotel_Guest_Liaison, Gareth Jones, Reservations at Castell DeudraethResponded 1 week ago
Thank you so much for your kind comments! We appreciate you taking the time to post this review and hope to be welcoming you back soon to Portmeirion.
For my birthday, my son arranged for my husband and I to have dinner at Castell Deudraeth. A lovely surprise at a favourite restaurant. I had sparkles littered on our table and a birthday card from the staff of Castell Deudraeth! A lovely personal touch....More
Response from Hotel_Guest_Liaison, Gareth Jones, Reservations Team at Castell DeudraethResponded 5 days ago
Thank you for taking the time to send us your review. We are all delighted to see that your evening with us at the Castle was such an enjoyable and memorable experience.
On behalf of the team at Castell Deudraeth and all of the staff...More
Sunday lunch at the castle is fantastic value. With 3 courses only costing £28 including free entry to Portmeirion village, which costs £12 per person. The food was delicious and the service was excellence. We will definitely be visiting again.
Response from AmanDhami | Reviewed this property |
Hi Catherine. We stayed in room 2 on the second floor which was a large open plan room that had a king size bed, had a cot/crib at the end of our bed and also a single bed for our 6 year old. With all this there was also a... More
Hi Catherine. We stayed in room 2 on the second floor which was a large open plan room that had a king size bed, had a cot/crib at the end of our bed and also a single bed for our 6 year old. With all this there was also a couch in the room. That gives you an idea of how spacious the open plan is.
We also had one night in the one bedroom room on a higher floor which was ok the crib and king size bed were in one room and then the single bed was a sofa bed in the lounge/TV room.
Personally I preferred the open plan room.
I hope this helps.
Response from Hotel_Guest_Liaison | Property representative |
Hi Andrew, great to hear from you. Really sorry to advise that we are only able to welcome Guide Dogs and Assistance Dogs into the visitor attraction area of Portmeirion. It is a very small area where many children are able... More
Hi Andrew, great to hear from you. Really sorry to advise that we are only able to welcome Guide Dogs and Assistance Dogs into the visitor attraction area of Portmeirion. It is a very small area where many children are able to roam around freely, roll around on lawns and splash in paddling pools. Also we have 50 cottages which form part of the hotel and tranquillity is a high priority. There are many rare species of birds and forest floor animals in the surrounding woodlands that have to be protected and surrounding Portmeirion we have 70 acres of grazing land mainly used for sheep. While none of this would be incompatible with responsibly controlled dogs we have sadly found that even a small minority of people who have no interest or regard for others or for their surroundings have forced us to uphold our Guide Dogs Only policy. Please accept my apologies on behalf of Portmeirion for this disappointment and any inconvenience thus caused.