Mytton & Mermaid
Built as early as 1725 with a wealth of history

Client: Brunning & Price

This fabulous building sits on the banks of the River Severn, directly opposite the entrance to the national trust property Attingham Park. Built originally as a private house as early as 1725, it then became a public house and had many names before settling on The Mytton & Mermaid in the 1930’s.  It was purchased by the famous architect Sir Clough Williams Ellis who developed the Italianate village of Portmeirion in North Wales.

Sir Clough converted the building to a hotel and chose the name Mytton after a local character ‘Mad Jack Mytton’ a gentleman who squandered his fortune in the most spectacular way, and the Mermaid came from the crest of the Portmeirion hotel.

The extensive pub and gardens has 10 beautiful bedrooms available to book and a lovely private dining room for private functions.

We worked hard to curate an artwork collection that reflected the buildings rich history and heritage.  Thanks to the team at Attingham Park for all their help and assistance with imagery and research. The finished interior is simply wonderful.