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Portmeirion Village is a miniature Italianate fantasy village located on a sprawling estate on the coast of Wales. It is a creation of Sir Clough Williams-Ellis who purchased the property in 1925 as a "neglected wilderness". Williams-Ellis spent most of his life designing and building the tiny elaborate Italian-influenced village of his own creation. The style of buildings range from Arts & Crafts to Classical to Baroque, painted in pastel hues, surrounding a reflecting pond and central lawn.
Portmeirion Village was made world famous when it was used as the setting for the wonderful 1960s British TV cult classic "The Prisoner" and hosts a Prisoner weekend every year. Visitors can visit for a day trip or stay in various village buildings overnight. The village has beautiful quirky surroundings, wonderful walks, breath taking views, cute little craft shops, restaurants/ cafe's.
Wikipedia has also pretty good description of the village.
Finding the location is enough but if you visit the village, please tell us something about it. There is an entrance fee to Portmeirion village but you can catch a glimpse of the of the village at the gate. It's, however, highly recommended to visit the village.
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