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SELF CATERING COTTAGES

SELF CATERING COTTAGES

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Self Catering Cottages are now sold out for the festival dates.

If you wish to extend your stay at Festival No.6 either side of the festival dates (Wednesday 6th, Monday 11th and Tuesday 12th September) to explore Snowdonia, please call Portmeirion direct on 01766 770000.

Portmeirion has 9 beautiful self-catering cottages and guesthouses dotted around the Portmeirion village. Each sleep from three to eight people and are fully equipped with kitchen facilities and many with private patios. Ideal for groups, gregarious hosts or anyone inherently independent, these are most excellent, eccentric bases for a unique experience at No.6. All of the charming cottages below are individual dwellings with bags of character and idiosyncratic features. All are architecturally interesting and located in the heart of village, where No.6 unfurls around you. They include Beatles manager Brian Epstein’s summer retreat, Prisoner star Patrick McGoohan’s residence, cliff-top cribs and dramatic look-out towers. Book a boutique self-catering cottage with a difference.

All Portmeirion Cottages includes:
• Accommodation from Thursday 7 – Monday 11 September 2017
• Complimentary Private Car Park & Transfer Service
• Breakfast Daily
• Complementary Upgrade to VIP Wristbands
• Festival Programme
• Kitchen
• En-Suite Bathrooms
• TV & Wifi

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“Festival No.6 imbues the village with Clough’s spirit and brings the
place to life in a way no other event could ever achieve. Clough would
give you five stars, and so do we.”

Robin Llywelyn

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"This is the coolest, most surrealist, funkiest, freakiest, best festival in the world... Can we just come back every year?"

BECK

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"That was undoubtedly a career highlight."

Pet Shop Boys

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"The most bijou location of any music event I've ever attended."

The Independent

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"Festival No.6 could rival Montreux as the most sophisticated in Europe."

The Guardian

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