Painswick a few miles north of Stroud is a little market town that was once of some importance in the cloth trade, home to a fine church with finer yew trees, and its grand early-Georgian mansion... Read More

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The Painswick

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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Falcon Hotel (0.09 miles)

Falcon Hotel
The Falcon Inn and Hotel is situated in the heart of the legendary Cotswold countryside, in picturesque Painswick, the 'Queen of the Cotswolds'. The village is famous for it's unspoilt beauty and friendly welcome, and ... More | visit website
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St Michaels Restaurant & B&B (0.10 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
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Tibbiwell Lodge (0.21 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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Hatton Court Hotel (2.34 miles)

Hatton Court Hotel

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This hotel is tucked away behind a bank of trees, on the edge of the Cotswold escarpment, between the city of Gloucester and Painswick. A former splendid Cotswold home, at Hatton ... More

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Premier Inn Stroud (2.89 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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Imperial Hotel (3.11 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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Bowden Hall Ramada Jarvis (3.28 miles)

Bowden Hall Ramada Jarvis

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An elegant country house on the outskirts of Gloucester, the hotel is surrounded by acres of beautiful grounds, yet only minutes from the M5.

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The Beacon Inn and Hotel (3.36 miles)

The Beacon Inn and Hotel

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This 19th century country inn and hotel is at the heart of the village of Haresfield just 1 mile off the M5 junction 12. The Beacon Inn is a traditional ... More


Pretoria Villa (3.65 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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Premier Inn Gloucester Business Park (3.90 miles)

Premier Inn Gloucester Business Park
Ideally located within easy reach of the M5. For business this hotel is near to Gloucester business park. Cheltenham racecourse is a local attraction near to this Premier Inn. For shops and local amenities Gloucester ... More | visit website

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