Castell Deudraeth Castle
Castell Deudraeth Castle opened in 2001 following a complete renovation of the Victorian building and restoration of its gardens. Castell Deudraeth offers 11 fabulous contemporary styled rooms (4 suites and 7 bedrooms) two main dining areas (with a total of 80 covers), a bar, meetings rooms and a stunning Victorian walled garden which offers further entertaining space during the summer.
Castell Deudraeth castle is a 4-star hotel located on the grounds of Portmeiron, North Wales, has 11 spacious and contemporary rooms and suites, most with lift access. The Castell Deudraeth Brasserie overlooks an early Victorian walled garden. The interiors are predominantly Welsh oak, slate and stone with underfloor heating throughout. Its rooms feature paintings by Sir Kyffin Williams RA, William Selwyn, Fred Uhlman, Sarah Nechamkin, Susan Williams-Ellis and Menna Angharad as well as prints by Marc Chagall from Susan Williams-Ellis’s private collection. Clough referred to the Castell as “the largest and most imposing single building on the Portmeirion estate”. Guests enjoy free entry into Portmeirion village and Gardens and use of the heated outdoor swimming pool (May – September). Complimentary transport from the local train and bus stations is available on request. And all residents are offered dedicated parking bays. There is a courtesy minibus service available between Castell Deudraeth castle and Hotel Portmeirion.