The accommodation is arranged over two floors. Downstairs it comprises a hallway with access to the two very comfortable and tastefully decorated bedrooms and a bathroom with separate shower and bath. The contemporary open plan sitting, dining area and fully equipped modern kitchen is upstairs accessed by a charming spiral staircase. The sitting area has a log burning stove, ideal for cosy winter evenings. For your entertainment, there is a flat screen TV and DVD player, and WiFi system provides you with access to the internet.
Converted from a stable block are two delightful cottages built in traditional honey coloured Cotswold stone, originally a part of an 18th Century Coaching Inn, which was then called The Crown. The stables, were used to accommodate the extra horses required to help pull the coaches up Crickley Hil. The property was bought at the end of the 19th Century by Sir William Thistleton-Dyer who was a director of Kew Gardens. Whether he had renamed it or not we are unsure but at that time it was called The Ferns then Crickley Court and the sloping land at the rear of the house was apparently well looked after and contained many rare and unusual plants. The cottages are situated within this beautiful setting, surrounded by the vast gardens which are very picturesque. Each has its own private garden and there is also a separate children’s play area with swings, slide and trampoline.
Can be Twin or King beds
Bath with separate shower
The contemporary open-plan living and dining area is upstairs accessed by a charming spiral staircase. The kitchen is fully equipped and the living room has a log burning stove, ideal for cosy winter evenings. For your entertainment, there is a flat screen TV and DVD player and WiFi.
Full List of Facilities
Parking on premises
Outdoor dining table for 4
Private garden overlooking fields, please respect the neighbour’s privacy and keep noise down when in the garden
Double oven & grill
Iron & ironing board
Travel cot (provide your own linen please)
On your Doorstep
Supermarkets and Shopping:
There are plenty of shops and supermarkets locally, including two co-operatives in Brockworth, a Tesco superstore in Gloucester Business Park, and a Morrisons superstore in Up Hatherley.
Fostons Ash (4.5 miles)
Curry Corner (5.7 miles)
Green Dragon (8.0 miles)
Crickley Hill is a prominent spur of the Cotswold escarpment. It overlooks the Severn Vale, with magnificent views towards Robinswood Hill and May Hill, and the Brecon Beacons and Black Mountain beyond. You can enjoy short circular walks around Crickley Hill or hop onto the Cotswold Way for a longer route.
Places to Visit:
Cheltenham Racecourse (5.5 miles)
Sandford Parks Lido (4 miles)
Sudeley Castle (13 miles)
Train - Cheltenham Station (3.5 miles)
Taxis - Brockworth Cars, Andy Cars, 727 Car Hire
There is so much to discover in the Cotswolds, why not have a look at some of our favourite Bolthole Retreats Experiences
Points of Note
Parking on the premises for two cars.
A maximum of two dogs are permitted for an additional fee per dog.
Please note that the garden is not fully enclosed
Please be aware that under no circumstances are additional guests above the maximum capacity allowed at the property, for day visits or overnight stays. If you are found to be in breach of this, you will be asked to leave the property.
Walking & Cycling Guides
Walking & Cycling Guides
Had a very nice stay. We’ll equipped and within easy distance of everywhere we needed to get to. Was lovely of our hosts to provide us with a Christmas tree so that we felt festive.
Really lovely place to stay, lots of facilities for children, travelcot, highchair, stairgate etc. Quite close to a main road but you can't hear it inside. Nice surrounding area and garden. The information provided in the cottage about local places to go and eat is really useful. If you have medium to long hair you may want to bring your own hairdryer.
Lovely stay in a nice little cottage. Easy check-in.
Joel - September 2021
Amber Cottage is a very nicely-presented, clean and well-equipped cottage with great character. Although located on the owners' property the cottage has its own pleasant garden. While there is some road noise from the nearby A417 this does not spoil the cottage, which is situated off a very pleasant country road with minimal traffic and plenty of nearby footpaths. Highly recommended.
Jonathan - September 2021
Fantastic cottage in the Cotswolds. We loved our stay at Amber cottage. The location is perfect for exploring the area. We loved sitting out in the garden and using the bbq. Highly recommend staying at Amber Cottage.
Crickley Court Cottages are situated on the side of Crickley Hill, an area of outstanding natural beauty, with good links to all parts of the Cotswolds via the A417, M5, A46 and A40. Amber Cottage is also very close to Crickley Hill Country Park and also many parts of The Cotswold Way. They are ideally placed to visit the many attractions, villages and towns of the Cotswolds.
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