Cheap Hotels in Stroud
Five Valleys Aparthotel Hotel
Tibbiwell Lodge - B&B Hotel
The Imperial Hotel Stroud Hotel
Found in a former coaching inn which dates back 200 years, the Imperial Hotel conveniently sits in the centre of Stroud, opposite the train station. The hotel serves a full English breakfast each morning, and is home to a Thai restaurant, as well as an inviting lounge bar. The Imperial Hotel’s rooms combine classic and modern styles, and have TVs, tea and coffee facilities, hairdryers and private bathrooms.
Viner House - B&B Hotel
With a stay at Viner House - B&B in Stroud, you'll be convenient to Stroud Bowl and Museum in the Park. This bed & breakfast is within close proximity of Stroud Park and Painswick Golf Club.Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 2 guestrooms. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Conveniences include desks and coffee/tea makers, and you can also request irons/ironing boards.Amenities Take in the views from a garden and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access and babysitting/childcare.Dining Enjoy a meal at a restaurant, or stay in and take advantage of the bed & breakfast's room service (during limited hours).Business, Other Amenities A roundtrip airport shuttle is provided at no charge.
Court House Manor Hotel
St Michael’s Hotel
Hotels in Stroud
Stroud is a historical Cotswolds market town surrounded by an area of outstanding natural beauty. The combination of the stunning English countryside and its interesting wool producing heritage make Stroud a great place to visit.
Stroud hotels are available in a variety of options with historic hotels, guest houses and even farms offering accommodation. The wide variety of places to choose from means that Stroud hotels will suit most budgets.
A great place to start your trip to Stroud is with a visit to the Selsley Common. The common is 160 acres in size and its pretty hilltop setting allows you to take in expansive views of the Cotswolds landscape.
The grassland of the common is home to lots of unique wildlife and many rare flowers that are great for taking a few holiday snaps. The common also has the remains of a Neolithic long barrow called The Toots which is well worth a look.
If you're keen to explore the history of Stroud you should definitely visit the Rodborough Fort which is located just a mile out of Stroud. It stands at the heart of the Rodborough Common and was built in the 1760s. The fort is privately owned so you can't go inside but its impressive structure is still not to be missed.
Stroud offers a unique shopping experience that's refreshingly free from chain stores, instead offering lots of independent local shops.
A great shop to visit is Made in Stroud. The shop specialises in handmade products from in and around Stroud. As a historical market town you won't be surprised to find that Stroud also has a weekly farmers' market which is a great place to pick up some local produce.
Stroud has a rich history as a cloth producing town. The area at its height had 150 mills crowded into its valleys. The best way to explore this fascinating history is to visit one of the mills that are maintained by the Stroudwater Textile Trust. There are three mills you can visit all with their own unique and interesting construction. The Dunkirk Mill even provides the opportunity for you to see a working water wheel driving textile machinery.
If you want to learn more about Stroud's wool making history you should visit the Museum in the Park. Located in the beautiful Stratford Park in Stroud in what was originally a 17th-century wool merchant's home. The museum contains many exhibits on the area's history as well as a diverse selection of objects including one of the world's first lawnmowers.
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