Portmeirion, the setting for the cult 60s series The Prisoner – 'I am not a number. I am a free man. The village consists of a cluster of brightly coloured houses. There are also shops, cafes (including No. 6 Cafe Bar), gardens, beaches and 70 acres of exotic woodlands to explore.
Visit the Portmeirion website
What makes it special
- Experience where 'The Prisoner' was filmed
- Enjoy how the Italian Riviera meets rural Wales
Shops – 9.30am to 5.30pm
Cafes – 10.00am to 5.00pm
Adults – £12
Concessions (60+ and students) – £10.50
Children (5 to 15 years) – £8.50
Children (under 5) – free
10% discount for booking online
Other things to do nearby
The Queen of Welsh Resorts
The Lon Las route takes you from Portmadog to Bangor. You can either do the route in one day, or take time to explore the mountains and use the hostel as your base.
Descend Jacobs ladder and wander through tunnels and chambers. Outside the caverns there's breathtaking views of Cardigan Bay.
Bike hire for all ages so you can have a memorable day out in Snowdonia. Set off to explore Beddgelert Forest and get away from it all. Visit the website
Tour the large colourful chambers, magnificent stalactite and stalagmites and copper ore veins with traces of gold and silver. Visit the website
The excellent mountain biking area of Beddgelert Forest is 4 miles away. With lots of trails to choose from there are routes for everyone to enjoy.
Travel on the glorious line from Caernarfon through Porthmadog to Blaenau Ffestiniog – some 40 miles of narrow-gauge steam! These are 2 separate railways which meet at the central station of Por
A unique range of very special adventures. Experience Europe's longest Ziplines, or massive underground trampolines and high-rope cavern adventures called Bounce Below. See the Zip
There are many local crags within easy walking distance in the area, so you won’t have to walk far before you can start climbing.
Coed-Y-Brenin is a mountain biking mecca set amongst mountains and forests of southern Snowdonia. There are also fantastic walks, a visitor centre, a high ropes course, and opportunities to
Rise and fall with the countryside on quiet lanes and exciting downhill sprints in this stunning area. Try one of the ride with GPS routes that we've created.
Mount Snowdon is the ultimate climbers dream in North Wales. You'll get a real sense of achievement once you've accomplished this climb.
The Mawddach trail between Dolgellau and Barmouth is ideal for families who enjoy gentler cycling. Running alongside the estuary, following the route of the old railway, it is totally flat and o
From the front door of all our Snowdonia hostels you will be treated to unrivalled access to some of the UK's finest walking and hiking territory. From YHA Snowdon Pen-Y-Pass: There are three route
Try the brilliant tracks directly across the road from the hostel. Crib Goch offers grade 1 scrambling opportunities, with lots of famous climbing crags available in the immediate area.
There's a training area above Barmouth, known as 'The Slabs'. Local firms offer instructor led courses and equipment hire. The area is suitable for all levels and abilities including the m