Please contact Hotel 01766 770000 or 01766 772440
- Private Dining
- Outside Seating Area
- Families and Children Welcome
About The Hotel Portmeirion
The Hotel Portmeirion's dining room was built by Clough Williams-Ellis in 1931 as a curvilinear extension to his main hotel, overlooking the estuary. It currently has two rosettes from the AA.
An excellent and memorable trip.
Service was outstanding and to match the food and location.
I had booked lunch for my husband and I in the dining room for a birthday celebration. We were delighted with our welcome at the entrance to Portmeirion and made our way leisurely through the village to the hotel. Once we made ourselves known at the bar we were treated most courteously and invited to look at the menu while we enjoyed our cocktails on the terrace. Having been escorted to our quiet table in the conservatory our order was taken and then served with kind attention to detail. The food was delicious and the accompanying wine perfect. We would definitely recommend this as a venue with modern food served with old-fashioned values. You can't put a price on courtesy and. We were made to feel special yet without the interference so often experienced in a restaurant these days. I have already arranged to return when we have visitors next month.
Altogether most pleasurable
Our second lunch here. Food really good, brilliant views from dining room. Very obviously short of staff but they were very pleasant.
Loved the whole experience !
Amazing food, setting and service. Couldn’t fault anything
Lovely & friendly staff team. The food was delicious as always!
Fabulous food in a fantastic location.
Had telephone conversation with ?Ashley after booking to explain that I was anxious about eating inside, would prefer the terrace, because of my wheelchair. She did not take this seriously and airily told me that of course they had facilities for disability. I was extremely upset to discover there were steps down to the restaurant, was asked if I could walk down, I said no, and some staff had to be found to lift me in wheelchair down into restaurant. Not a good start. The manager then took a long time to bring water and wine. His attitude was generally very surly. Not made to feel welcome at all. Perhaps he was embarrassed, having assumed that my son, who was with me, was my husband. Service mostly slow and not friendly at all. Food was alright. I expected that, having been several times in the past, but service is definitely worse than in the past. Including not at all helpful by phone and email.
Service later in the evening got slack
We sat on the terrace on a beautiful summer's day. Lunch was perfect. The food was delicious and the view was just STUNNING....Almost too good to be true! From the moment we stepped foot in the hotel the staff went above and beyond. We hadn't planned to visit Portmerion initially, but I'm so glad we did. What a gem! We'll definitely be returning.
The dining experience was lovely. The food was exceptional and the service was very good. The only thing we could fault was the noise level in the dining room. There is no sound absorption, no fabrics to help with this and thus every clink of silverware and clatter of dishes reverberates through the dining room. Despite this though everything was great.
Our overall experience was enhanced by very fine weather. I would caution light sleepers about staying in Lower Mermaid. When the apartment above is occupied, every footprint is audible and magnified through the floor like a drum.
Great service and good to see local staff employed. Really friendly staff. 3 course Sunday lunch plus coffee was delicious. Loved being seated in the bay window for our meal but also enjoyed moving to main hotel for coffee. Had a fabulous relaxing afternoon thank you. Will be back.
A most enjoyable experience the sea bass was 5 star
We were expecting it to be good and it was better than that
The Restaurant seems to cater more for the Dinner, Bed & breakfast guests in the hotel rather that non-resident Diners. I found the meal portions to be quite small. The quality was very good and the service excellent. Petit Fours/Chocolates with the coffee would have been a nice finish to the meal. We were seated in the Conservatory which had the stunning view.
Great food in a great location. Staff excellent.
A lovely setting for an evening meal. Enjoyed the harpist’s music in the bar. The lamb was beautifully cooked and the desserts were great - my husband loved the pistachio soufflé.
Enjoyed our Sunday lunch, excellent service and lovely food.
One of the best Sunday lunches we have had anywhere. Difficult to find fault with any of the three courses and staff exceptionally polite and helpful.
Thank you ..to all . nothing was too much trouble.. A great weekend in Chantry Row 2
We had a really lovely meal at the Portmeirion Hotel. It was my husband's birthday, and I had booked it as a surprise. The food was delicious and the service attentive without being intrusive. A positive experience, and we intend to return.
Excellent food and service. Tasty lamb burger. Elegant but relaxed ambience. Lunch menu very good value for quality of food, plus free admission to the village. Overall a very pleasant dining experience.