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Pocket Guide: Stroud

The market town of Stroud is located in the Cotswolds, which was designated an Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty in 1966. This affluent town attracts visitors throughout the year who use it as a base for exploring the area, and you'll find a wide range of accommodation to choose from, everything from independent hotels to country inns.

Affordable Accommodation in Stroud

Couples and families looking for affordable accommodation in Stroud will find the town's country inns and B&Bs offer great value-for-money accommodation and something a little bit different from generic chain hotels. Many provide a complimentary breakfast, whilst some have their own restaurant and bar where you can enjoy a home-cooked meal. You'll also find 17th century manor house hotels and independent hotels in the town and surrounding area - there's even a hotel which was once a convent in the 18th century, offering characterful accommodation, but without the early-morning ecumenical salutations!

Stroud's Attractions are Fun for All the Family

Stroud may be small, but what it lacks in size it more than makes up for with its selection of activities for the whole family. The Cotswolds attracts families who enjoy an outdoor lifestyle, with miles of cycling and hiking trails in the area. There are even bridleways if you fancy a spot of horse-riding. The local tourist information office can provide route maps, or ask at your hotel. Golfers can head for Minchinhampton Golf Club, and the town has its own leisure centre with an indoor pool, and squash, badminton and tennis courts. Pick up ingredients for a family picnic at the farmer's market, held every Saturday, and find out more about the town's history with a visit to the Museum in the Park. Located in the grounds of Stratford Park in a 17th century wool merchant's house, the museum houses more than 4,000 objects and, for some strange reason, is home to one of the oldest lawnmowers in the world!

Enjoy a Relaxing Break in Stroud

The hotels here may boast traditional historic features, but they're packed with modern amenities, making it easy to enjoy a relaxing stay in Stroud. With many hotels offering a complimentary breakfast and room service, you need never even leave the comfort of your room to dine, whilst in-room facilities such as coffee makers, free WiFi and satellite TV are ideal for busy families travelling with younger children.