Castell Deudraeth is a hotel for fine dining and twenty-first-century comfort. The original castle was a mock-Gothic mansion built for a local MP in the 1860s. Stylishly converted in 2001, it now offers eleven spacious and contemporary styled suites high on a wooded cliff overlooking the Welsh sea coast. The hotel’s popular brasserie serves local produce - lobster, crab, scallops, rock oysters and Welsh beef – in a modern slate-floored conservatory extension. The artistic inheritance of flamboyant Welsh architect, Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, can be seen everywhere throughout the hotel.
Castell Deudraeth is part of the famous Portmeirion ‘village’ and was featured in Patrick McGoohan’s cult TV series, The Prisoner.
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"David Williams, the first Liberal MP for Merioneth, built himself this impressive mock-Gothic mansion in the 1860s but died soon after entering the Houses of Parliament. In the 1930s the family home was purchased by Clough Williams-Ellis, a distant relative, who turned it into a hotel where the diplomat Sir Francis Oppenheimer rented an apartment and the philosopher Bertrand Russell wrote his book Freedom and Organisation in 1934."
"One of the most unusual walks from any Welsh hotel runs down from Castell Deudraeth and round the fantasy Italianate village built by architect Sir Clough Williams Ellis. Used in the TV series The Prisoner, Portmeirion is a stylish collection of buildings and architectural features brought together by Sir Clough. There’s even a concrete sailing ship moored in the harbour."
Information on Castell Deudraeth hotel , Portmeirion
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Types of room: 7 bedrooms, 4 suites
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Single from: £174.00
Double/Twin from: £139.00
Suites from: £277.00
Room with Breakfast
Credit Cards Accepted: Mastercard, Visa
When Closed: Open all year
Child Friendly: Children of all ages welcome
Dog Friendly: No
Smoking Permitted: No
Wheelchair Access: Yes
DVD & CD surround sound system, Telephone, Wide screen TV, Integrated kitchen area, tea & coffee making facilities, Underfloor heating, Whirlpool bath
Walled Victorian garden, garden terrace with patio heaters, Spa opening Easter 2011, 2 dining rooms, Bar, Civil ceremony licence, Wedding receptions, Conference facilities, For up to 30 delegates, Meeting rooms
Golf, Swimming pool (1 mile)
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Birmingham , Manchester
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