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County - Gloucestershire | Map
Tel code: 01453 | code search
Postcode: GL5 | code search
Population: 13000
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Folk Customs:
Cooperís Hill Cheese Rolling
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Cranham Feast
Gloucesters Royal Lamprey Pie Gift
Marshfield Mummers
Pig Face Day
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St Briavels Bread and Cheese Throwing
Tetbury Sack Race

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Cotswold Chine Home School
"i once was a pupil from jan 1988 to july 1992 under the name of anthony witt i just want to say that i had the best 4 years of ..." More

Imperial Hotel
"Good Points: They did after we complained change our room from a disgraceful excuse for a room to a reasonable room. Thai food was excellent pity it wasn't available ..." More

Bear of Rodborough
"We had a two night ramblers package given to me as a retirement gift. Our delight in the hotel, its food and the level of service was enormous.It is ..." More

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This is an area rich in heritage
Discover our arts and crafts legacy
Explore our links with the Industrial Revolution - when our mills were driven by the power of the waterwheel
Enjoy the triumphs of Brunel
Creep into England's oldest inhabited castle - the scene of a ghastly royal murder
Inhale the atmosphere of the last remaining Rococo garden
Touch the earth and stone of hillforts & longbarrows - remember our ancient ancestors
This is an area unspoiled by the march of time.
With lush green countryside, steep hillsides, stunning views, unchanged villages, country pubs, interesting town centres, countless outdoor activities and unique attractions.
Relax, unwind, treat yourself to a real break - and test the reassuring comfort and quality of our welcoming accommodation. Population 13,000

Accountant

C A Accounting Services Ltd
David Richardson & Co Chartered Accountants
Noble James Associates Ltd
Stroud Bookkeeping & Secretarial Services

Attraction

Cooper's Hill Nature Reserve
Hawkwood College
Made in Stroud
Market House
Misarden Park Gardens
Museum in the Park
Stratford Park

Budget

Premier Inn Stroud *book online*
Travelodge Stonehouse *book online*

Classes

Dance - Jolly Stompers Line Dancing
Piano Lessons Stroud
Yoga - Druvam Jivan

Club

Uptown Downtown

Council

Stroud District Council

Dentist

Brockley House Dental Surgery
Fourways Dental Surgery

Lansdown Dental Practice
Rowcroft Dental & Implant Centre

Doctor

Frithwood Surgery
Locking Hill Surgery
St Lukes Medical Centre
The Health Centre

Estate Agent

Bennett R A & Partners
Frowens
Hamptons
Montgomery Lettings & Management
Murrays Estate Agent
Partridges
Sawyers
Taylors Estate Agents

Farmers Market

Stroud Farmers Market

Inn

Amberley Inn
Bear of Rodborough
Crown Inn
Falcon Hotel
Imperial Hotel

Ragged Cot Inn

Market

Shambles Market
Stroud Country Market
Stroud Farmers Market

Performing Arts

Britannia Dance Studio
Stroud Symphony Orchestra

Pub and Bar

Bear of Rodborough
Clothiers Arms
Crown Inn
Duke of York
Gardeners Rest
George Inn
Halfway Inn
Junction Inn
Linton
Prince Of Wales Inn
Ram Inn
Retreat At Stroud
Woolpack Inn

Restaurant

Balti Spice

Bear of Rodborough
Clothiers Arms
Crown Inn
George Inn
H K House
Halfway Inn
Mills
Old Stone
Olive Tree
Ram Inn
The Old Lodge
Woolpack Inn

School

Beaudesert Park
Britannia Dance Studio
Cotswold Chine Home School
Eastcombe Primary School
St. Rose's School
Stroud Valley Community Primary School

Solicitor

AES Winterbothams LLP
Frances J Walsh

Taxi

A & A Taxi Service
A Cabs
Associated Cabs
Elite Travel
Flights Cabs

Vet

Lansdown Veterinary Services

Sports Clubs

Edgworth Polo Club (Amateur Football)
Oakridge CC (Cricket)
Stroud CC (Cricket)
Stroud Judo Club (Martial Arts)
Stroud RFC (Rugby Union)
Stroud VC (Volleyball)

Shops

Ecomania
The Childrens Bookshop
Stroud Bookshop
The Bookshop
Ecotopia
Boots
Rymans
Wyevale Garden Centre

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Just Pets
All Creatures Great & Small
Mother Nature
Ruskin Mill Living Earth
Sunshine Health Shop
Dorothy Perkins
Muladula
Fitmode
Huha
Bishopston Trading Company
J D Sports
Carphone Warehouse
Halfords
Iguana Gallery
Stroud House Gallery
Fiery Beacon Gallery
Touche Contemporary
R.J.D Fine Art
Stancombe Beech Farm Shop
Muladula
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Stroud Community Agriculture Ltd
Homebase
Specsavers
Mills Cafe
Cafe Max
Star Anise Arts Cafe
Tony's Butchers
Confection Affection
Gather Me Flowers
Stroud Vintage On High
Just Pets

Antiques

The Old Clock & Gramophone Shop
The Antique Shop
Antiques Emporium Griffin Mill
The Garden
Antiques Emporium Griffin Mill

Activities

Bowmen of Minchinhampton(Archery)
Airtopia(Aviation Sports)
Stroud Bowl(Bowling)
Tarmac and Trail(Cycling)

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Hyde Riding Centre(Riding)

Places to Stay near Stroud

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Imperial Hotel (0.27 miles)

Imperial Hotel

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The Imperial is situated in the Cotswold town of Stroud, which lies surrounded by rural beauty where 5 rivers and streams and their wooded valleys converge. From its position in the centre ... More

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Premier Inn Stroud (0.32 miles)

Conveniently located just 1 mile from Stroud town centre for shops and local amenities. Local Cotswolds attractions include the historic town of Gloucester and Cheltenham city centre. Our Stroud Premier Inn has everything you'd expect, incredibly ... More | visit website
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Bear of Rodborough (1.81 miles)

Bear of Rodborough

In the historic south-west corner of the Cotswolds, high above Stroud on the wilds of Rodborough Common, stands the handsome Bear of Rodborough Hotel. Originally built in the 17th century, this former coaching inn provided ... More | visit website

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Burleigh Court Hotel (2.44 miles)

Burleigh Court Hotel

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Nestling on the edge of a steep hillside overlooking the Golden Valley, this 18th century Cotswold stone manor house is a hidden gem in the heart of Royal Gloucestershire.

Renowned for its ... More

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Pretoria Villa (2.46 miles)

Pretoria Villa
Pretoria Villa Bed and Breakfast is a Victorian Cotswold Stone home, situated in the peaceful village of Eastcombe which lies above the beautiful Toadsmoor Valley. The B&B is situated down a quiet country lane, yet only ... More
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The Painswick (2.68 miles)

The Painswick
Overlooking the Slad Valley, The Painswick offers accommodation in the village of Painswick, in the Gloucestershire Region. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant. The hotel offers free WiFi and free on-site parking. Each room offers garden ... More | visit website
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Tibbiwell Lodge (2.72 miles)

Tibbiwell Lodge
The Tibbiwell Lodge is 200 yards from Painswick Town Centre and nestled into the side of the valley; Tibbiwell Lodge feels as if it is miles from anywhere. With its fantastic views and ... More | visit website
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Amberley Inn (2.73 miles)

Amberley Inn
The Amberley Inn is one of those Cotswold hotels that is the epitome of English hospitality. Recently refurbished, we have 14 bedrooms and are one of the few Hotels in Stroud with such an enviable ... More | visit website
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Cardynham House (2.74 miles)

Cardynham House

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A late 15th century wool merchants House, Cardynham House is located in the centre of Painswick in the Cotswold countryside. All rooms are themed and have a four poster or ... More

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St Michaels Restaurant & B&B (2.74 miles)

St Michaels Restaurant & B&B
Situated in the village of Painswick in the heart of The Cotswolds, St Michaels is a family run hotel with an excellent restaurant serving fresh, English food lovingly cooked using French techniques
The house is centrally ... More | visit website

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