Cliff House is a self-catering cottage sleeping 5 with good views overlooking the estuary. This was the last cottages built by Clough Williams-Ellis at Portmeiroin, constructed in 1973. Adjoining Cliff House there are two double village rooms, Cliff House 1 and 2. Cliff House has 3 en suite bedrooms, one double, one twin and one single. It has a private walled garden to the front.
The Gate House is located next to Cliff House.
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Why not begin your visit to Portmeirion with one of our complimentary 20 minute guided tours. This will provide background information on the place and its meaning and give you an opportunity to ask any questions about Portmeirion. Specialist tours concentrating on The Prisoner and on the life and works of Clough Williams-Ellis are also available by arrangement.
There is a Portmeirion Pottery factory shop next to the entrance tollgate selling a wide range of Portmeirion pottery including Botanic Garden, designed by Susan William-Ellis in 1972.