The Hotel Portmeirion opened in 1926 as the focal point of Clough Williams-Ellis’ proposed ideal village and at No.6 is the perfect place to relax with a drink, overlooking the estuary.
We are hosting our amazing No.6 bespoke dining experience, Dinner at Clough’s at Hotel Portmeirion. For the second year running, Dinner at Clough’s will be in the auspicious main dining room of Hotel Portmeirion, the most spectacular dining location on site, with stunning views across the estuary of the River Dwyryd. In previous years there were only two sittings available each day, but again this year there will be rolling service everyday from 1pm until 9pm, so you can book at a time that suits you, and make sure you don’t miss any of the artists on your No.6 must-see list. Hotel Portmeirion’s wonderful dining room was originally built by Portmeirion’s founder, Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, in 1931 as a curvilinear extension to his main hotel, overlooking the estuary. It’s the perfect place to take time out for a little respite from the festival, and enjoy the finest food available at any festival in the country this summer.