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Review of Stroud by Ted Cheers on September 26th, 2008
An item on our local radio station this morning said that Stroud had a high overspend on bus fares for over 60s using the national bus pass. Last week, a group of walkers staying in Stroud caught a bus to a village some 6 miles from the town, those under 60 paying full fare were issued with a ticket to the village while the rest of the party on National pssses were issed with free tickets to the bus's destination some 5 miles further on. Could it be that the bus company is invoicing the council for a refund on the alleged longer journey? Regards, Ted Cheers.

Review of Stroud by Lizzi Walton on November 12th, 2007
Come to Stroud for the fantastic festivals and vibrant art scene. The welcoming cafes and restaurants. The place where poets and artists to sit over a coffee watching, talking, dreaming. Use Stroud as a base to go forth and discover the stunning surrounding countryside. Come and immerse yourself in the lively atmosphere

Review of Stroud by Sheila & Pauline Sutehall on February 27th, 2007
A tremendous "Thank You" for another wonderful stay. Its like home from home, such wonderful friendly staff and food absolutely superb. Rooms great too. We cannot praise it enough. If you want to explore the Cotswold and around don't hesitate to stay here, you will want to return again and again.

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