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Amberstone Cottage

Smarden - Rural Kent

  • Saturday changeover
  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathroom
  • Sorry, no pets
  • WiFi available
  • Private parking not available
AS239
£385 - £641 per week

Description

Amberstone Cottage is located in the centre of the 'chocolate box' village of Smarden just yards from the beautiful medieval church and in walking distance to local shops, pubs and an art gallery. Classic English roses tumble over this charming end of terrace 17th Century cottage which has been tastefully decorated and furnished. There is the most beautiful inglenook fireplace in the sitting room and hand painted furniture enhances the dining room. The pretty courtyard garden is the perfect spot for al fresco dining.  Shop: 25 yards  Pub: 25 yards Coast: 23 Miles 

Ground Floor:
Sitting Room attractively furnished with antiques and comfortable sofa and chairs, huge inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove, corner display cabinet and TV/DVD
Dining Room with French country style dining table and chairs, dresser and cupboards
Kitchen with electric oven, hob, dishwasher, washer/dryer, microwave and fridge/freezer

Fairly steep cottage stairs with handrail lead to...

First Floor:
Bedroom 1
with a double bed, bedside cabinets, chest of drawers, built-in wardrobe, dressing table and chair plus TV
Bedroom 2 with twin beds, bedside table and chair
Bathroom is very spacious and luxurious and has a roll top slipper bath with shower over, bidet and washbasin
Separate w.c

Garden: Small enclosed garden with patio furniture.
Parking: Roadside.
Heating: Gas central heating plus wood burning stove.
Also Provided: First basket of logs.
Notes: Sorry no mini-breaks available at this property.

Features

  • Saturday changeover
  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathroom
  • Sorry, no pets
  • WiFi available
  • Private parking not available
  • 4 Stars
  • Welcome Pack upon arrival
  • Bed linen included
  • Bath towels included
  • Garden/courtyard
  • Travel cot available
  • Open fire/woodburner
  • Equipped with a dishwasher
  • Equipped with a tumble dryer
  • Equipped with a washing machine
  • Nearest shop: 0.25 miles away
  • Nearest pub: 0.25 miles away
  • 23 miles from the coast

Prices

Band Date Range 7 night price *
E 23rd July 2016 - 26th August 2016 £630.00
D 27th August 2016 - 2nd September 2016 £589.00
C 3rd September 2016 - 9th September 2016 £513.00
B 10th September 2016 - 23rd September 2016 £450.00
A 24th September 2016 - 21st October 2016 £385.00
B 22nd October 2016 - 28th October 2016 £450.00
A 29th October 2016 - 16th December 2016 £385.00
E 17th December 2016 - 24th December 2016 £630.00
E Christmas £630.00
E New Year £630.00
A 1st January 2017 - 31st March 2017 £389.00
C 1st April 2017 - 14th April 2017 £520.00
B 15th April 2017 - 26th May 2017 £454.00
C 27th May 2017 - 30th June 2017 £520.00
D 1st July 2017 - 21st July 2017 £596.00
E 22nd July 2017 - 25th August 2017 £641.00
D 26th August 2017 - 15th September 2017 £596.00
C 16th September 2017 - 29th September 2017 £520.00
B 30th September 2017 - 20th October 2017 £454.00
C 21st October 2017 - 27th October 2017 £520.00
A 28th October 2017 - 22nd December 2017 £389.00
E 23rd December 2017 - 24th December 2017 £641.00
E Christmas £641.00
E New Year £641.00

* Please note: guide prices are based on the current year's prices and do not include optional items such as pet fees.

Reviews

Very quiet and homely - and two pubs within 100m!Mr J Burch - 9th July 2016
We are a family from Berlin in Germany and we have spent a lovely week in this wonderful cottage. The country and people here are very nice and we would really like to come back! We can recommend excellent food at The Chequers Pub. Many greetings from Germany!Rainer, Thomas & Steffe - Germany - 24th July 2015
We picked the best week: Air show at Headcorn Aerodrome with spitfires, hurricanes, harvards, dragonfly and many more: Motorcycle meeting pre 1940 with lots of British oldies. Open days at the Wildlife Heritage Foundation where we could see the most amazing big cats. The weather was good and we visited some beautiful places such as Penshurst. We took the Steam Railway to Bodiam Castle. We visited the Morgan Museum in Rolvenden. After that everyday we came "home" to the lovely Amberstone Cottage - just perfect!Verrle Hans-Wojt - Belgium - 18th July 2015
Staying at Amberstone Cottage we found a delightful, well appointed cottage in a beautiful village. We experienced good food at The Flying Horse and at The Chequers, we also had lots of interesting days out - we even had good weather! What else could we ask for? All these little ingredients make for a wonderful holiday - thank you.Sarah & iain Taylor - Exeter Devon - 16th June 2015
We are back again - Always just as lovely - Thanks again!Bells from California - again! - 7th June 2015
Thank you for the warm welcome at Amberstone Cottage. It is a very well equipped and delightful cottage. Smarden is such a lovely village and we feel very at home here. We visited Pashley Manor Gardens, Sissinghurst, Knole, Great Dixter, Bateman's, Ightham Mote, Chartwell and King Johns Gardens in Etchingham. - All so beautiful. We will come back as soon as possible. Thanks a lot.Klaus & Ludi - from Germany - 30th May 2015
We have had a great time!. We love the cottage and the village with the local pub the Horse & Chequers. The Three Chimneys Pub just outside Biddenden is well worth a visit (excellent food) and if you are looking for tea and cake or a light lunch we highly recommend The Tiny Teapot on the Sissinghurst side of Biddenden across from the Red Lion. For the golfers, Chart Hills, Dale Hill and The Weald of Kent all offer a warm welcome and excellent courses to visitors. Also we enjoyed some National Trust properties - Bateman's, Bodiam Castle and Smallhythe Place. We would definitely come back to this lovely cottage again. Thanks for everything!Jane & Peter Eichmann - USA - 8th May 2015
Our one week stay in this cottage was very nice. We went to London by train which was very easy. We went to Sissinghurst, Canterbury and Walmer which were all wonderful. Thanks a lot.Sylvia Gert and Family - Holland - 1st May 2015
We are back again!. Amberstone Cottage is as warm and welcoming as the last time. We have done lots of grand-parenting duties in Headcorn, but we have managed trips to Bodiam Castle and Sissinghurst Castle and Gardens, Bedgebury Pinetum and Leeds Castle. We have been so lucky with the beautiful autumn weather. Thank you for sharing your delightful home and we look forward to visiting again next year. Carol & Matthew - from Suffolk - 27th September 2014
We are sorry we didn't get to see you this trip Max We are told you are doing well and make trips to America. If you are near Charleston, please let me know. One of our sons is with us this visit and we have enjoyed introducing him to Smarden and Kent.Cody Farcine - USA - 10th September 2014
We are sorry we didn't get to see you this trip Max We are told you are doing well and make trips to America. If you are near Charleston, please let me know. One of our sons is with us this visit and we have enjoyed introducing him to Smarden and Kent.Cody Farcine - USA - 10th September 2014
We enjoyed our stay in Amberstone Cottage. It is a delightful cottage and we did feel at home! The village is beautiful and the pubs are very nice (lovely fish & chips!) We have made trips to Canterbury, London (by train) Tenterden, Margate and Ramsgate as well as Hastings. We thank Heather for the warm welcome and her help. The weather has been beautiful all week long! We have seen the countryside of Kent at it's best! many thanksMartin, Annette & Nellie - The Netherlands - 4th September 2014
We are happy here and we are sad to go. We are happy we spent our holiday here.Katja, Luke & Family - Germany - 23rd August 2014
Just a few words from us. This is our first holiday with our kids (16 & 18) in England. My husband and I were in England about 22 years ago. We loved the cottage as soon as we saw the pictures of it and it is just as we thought it would be. We have seen a lot this week, Battle Abbey (great with audio guide tour in Dutch) Canterbury, Leeds Castle (also beautiful) Brighton, Hastings (great fish & chips!) Rye and more... Tomorrow we have to leave, yes it is as it is! But first we visit Dover. Thank you for everything.Beukema family - Holland - 16th August 2014
We had a wonderful week in Amberstone Cottage, well equipped and cosy. We loved England already and know Kent even more! We had good meals at the pub in Smarden and another at The Tree Chimneys in Biddenden. Dover Castle, Canterbury, The White Cliffs we've been there and it was great! Thank you.Family Hensen Zoestermeer - The Netherlands - 2nd August 2014
A lovely cottage to come home to after touring Kent. Satisfied with all the amenities and to experience a lovely village. Hopefully we will return.Tony & Margaret - Western Ayustralia - 21st June 2014
An excellent week in this very comfortable and well equipped cottage. We enjoyed exploring the area.Bill & Val - 17th May 2014
Gorgeous cottage we have had a wonderful stay - as always too short!!Bruce Claire Toby & Izzy Craig - 25th April 2014
From the first moment we felt at home in Amberstone Cottage - so cosy and warm! We had wonderful weather to discover Kent & Sussex. Smarden is a peaceful and quiet place for visiting the region and we will return one day. Thank you.Family Fieldghaus - Germany - 19th April 2014
We enjoyed our stay in this traditional cost home. The charming village of Smarden is a perfect location for visiting all parts of Kent. Family Volpers - Dusseldorf - 5th October 2013
Smarden is an idyllic setting for nice walks and 'eating' pubs. Amberstone Cottage is well situated for exploring and with a lovely welcome and friendly neighbours.Mrs Hurst - 14th September 2013
Amberstone is the most beautiful old cottage, really cosy and comfortable with every thing you could possibly need but also exquisitely furnished with a lovely atmosphere. The village is very beautiful and extremely friendly.It has the convenience of a has everything village shop two doors up and a pub/restaurant directly opposite! At the back of the cottage is a real suntrap of a little courtyard, sheltered and secluded. Williams - 23rd May 2008
A beautiful spacious character cottage, in a really central location.Kate at Freedom Holiday Homes - 19th November 2007

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