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October 16, 2020 10:45 AM

What is the Press saying about Clifftops?

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The Telegraph Travel

Article:  Bold Steps in Hardy Country

“Reaching the Coast, I looked back towards the hillside to see Clifftops where I spent the night.  This ambitious £4.5m project has seen five ultra- modern lodges built into the cliff edge…….Dorset finds itself back in the spotlight……..Dorset’s bold, new seaside bolt holes……”

Stylist Magazine

Article: The best UK staycations for October: 5 destinations to visit according to our travel editor

“On the coast, the brand new Clifftops at the Pennsylvania Castle Estate look set to be the sought-after lodges of the season. Carved into the stone cliffs, the Scandi-inspired lodges are so inspired by nature, you’ll even find fossilised sea creatures captured in the rough-hewn walls.” 

Financial Times

Article:  How to Spend It

“Clifftops is situated at the edge of the Pennsylvania Castle Estate and marks an ambitious ramping up of the hospitality offering here. ……”

The Telegraph

Article:  Staycation with Style

“These lodges go beyond your usual clifftop accommodation.  All five of them, designed by Morrow + Lorraine Architects, are carved into Portland’s stone Cliffs, on the edge of Pennsylvania Castle Estate, so much a part of the Jurassic Coast’s shoreline that your find fossilised creatures from the sea in rough-hewn walls.” 

Vogue

Article:  Travel (re Film Ammonite released early 2021)

Expect tourism to Lyme Regis to boom when Francis Lee’s Ammonite hits cinemas in early 2021. Get ahead of the crowds by booking into Clifftops, opening this month on the Isle of Portland. Each of its five private residences has a different theme: Blue boasts panoramic views of the ocean, where dolphins are frequently visible among the waves, while Silva, named after the Latin word for forest, overlooks banks of coastal wildflowers. Our personal favourite: Stone, with walls containing ancient fossils – the perfect spot to reread John Fowles’s French Lieutenant’s Woman.

 
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