Amberley Inn

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Culver Hill
Stroud
Cotswolds
Gloucestershire
England
GL5 5AF

Amberley Inn, Stroud

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Amberley Inn has long been one of the best known landmarks in the great expanse of open grassland that is Minchinhampton Common. Whilst enjoying magnificent views of the Golden Valley and the hills beyond it combines the friendly welcoming atmosphere of the village inn with the comforts of a well-run small hotel

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