Derbyshire’s answer to Portmeirion – that’s Edensor

The amazing village of Edensor: Godfrey Holmes explores Derbyshire’s answer to Portmeirion.

TWO MILES South-East of Porthmadog, on the quiet banks of the Dwyryd Estuary, looking out on a now tranquil Irish Sea, sits the picturesque neo-Italian tourist village of Portmeirion: the inspiration, creation and abiding legacy of Sir Clough Williams-Ellis (1883-1978) who built it in stages between 1925 and 1975, as Heaven on Earth… and the pottery’s not bad either!…

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