Discover the best hotels in Stroud District, Cotswolds, England including Egypt Mill Hotel & Restaurant, St Michael’s, Premier Inn Stroud hotel, The Bear of Rodborough Hotel, StoneHouse Court Hotel, Amberley Inn, The Swan Hotel, The Frocester George, Travelodge Stonehouse, The Clothiers Arms.
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4 based on 919 reviews
Our sensational 16th-century mill is known for churning out good times, tantalising tipples, and fresh flavoursome fare to all those who frequent here. Tuck into scrumptious seasonal dishes on our waterside terrace or take a turn about our glorious gardens whilst wetting your whistle with one of our many delectable beverages. Our enchanting establishment boasts 28 heavenly ensuite rooms to hunker down in for the best nights kip in the Cotswolds. With our cheery team on hand to make your stay with us a roaring success, it's safe to say - there's nothing run of the mill about the Egypt mill.
This was booked for me as a surprise by my husband. When we arrived the location was stunning, right by a old water mill. The room was not in the main building but in what might have been an old barn. It was small but clean, cosy and with a lovely view over the river. We were booked in for a meal and both ended up with burgers as the rest of the menu was really quite pricey and kinda limited. Which was a shame as a burger is hardly becoming of a romantic meal, but still - service was good and the restaurant had a good ambience. The reason this has 3 stars instead of 4? Breakfast. We were asked if we were part of the hotel. We said yes, but apparently unless you are in the main building, you are not 'part of the hotel' so we were seated in the bar area. Fine, it's near the water mill so better than being in the restaurant anyway. However we knew that breakfast was going to be around £10 each, but what we didn't know was that this did not include drinks. If you wanted a tea, coffee or orange juice with your breakfast, this was extra and meant that our breakfast was significantly more than we expected. It doesn't say this on the online menu I note - so guests do beware of the extra charges if you are staying for breakfast. In summary, this was a lovely stay, marred only by the prices. I feel they should either include a drink with the breakfast or be honest and make it clear when you book online that breakfast does not include drinks. Because it IS unusual to be charged extra.
5 based on 194 reviews
A beautifully located family run newly refurbished restaurant with rooms in the heart of the acclaimed Cotswolds, we are close to the Regency Spa town of Cheltenham with its colonnaded high street of top name shops and famous racecourse, though still rural enough to enjoy the many walking paths and bridal ways of this lovely county.
Stayed here to break our journey to Cornwall. We had the Art Deco room, which I really liked but my husband found a little cramped for his larger frame! So perhaps we’d try a different room next time. A special mention for the gluten-free options at breakfast - not only was there fruit and yoghurt, which we were expecting would be all that would be suitable, but also gluten-free cereal, pastries and toast. Definitely a little gem!
4 based on 676 reviews
Get closer to the real Cotswolds from the Premier Inn Hotel Stroud. Set in a Grade II listed building in this historic market town, you're ideally placed to explore charming villages and country attractions. And if you're here on business, you'll find key destinations like Stonehouse Business Park right on hand. Sample delicious local produce at Stroud's Farmers' Market. Saunter among spring blossoms or autumn colours at Westonbirt Arboretum. Get back to nature at Slimbridge Wetlands Centre. Or head for the city and indulge in some retail therapy at Gloucester Quays. And when you're ready to recharge, you'll find our tasty restaurant, new, modern rooms and huge comfy Hypnos beds waiting to welcome you.
This was a comfortable hotel with stylish fittings. Unfortunately the downside was it's cleanliness. In our room, there were cobwebs around the ceiling and the carpet looked like it really needed a good vacuum. Staff were very friendly and happy to help. Breakfast for us as vegans was fine, but no veggie sausages available unfortunately, so we stuck with mushrooms and tomatoes on toast. My children really enjoyed walking around the large park opposite, the location was perfect for the short break we stayed.
4 based on 1122 reviews
Set within 300 acres of National Trust land with views over the Cotswolds; The Bear of Rodborough has 46 classic country bedrooms, a lively bar, restaurant and plenty of places to sit back and relax. The hotel is dog-friendly and ideally situated for visiting the beautiful towns of Gloucestershire.
Went for a pub lunch. The lady at the bar was pretty unpleasant, made us feel very unwelcome and she just had a very off-hand manner. The menu was limited and uninspiring so we shared a couple of plates - ploughmans and flatbreads with hummus. Not much of it and disappointing. All round pretty bad! Definitely wouldn't recommend. This was just bar food - can't comment on the hotel although the grounds looked lovely
4 based on 1176 reviews
Our 17th Century Manor House is set in 6 acres of stunning grounds overlooking the Stroud Water Canal and rolling hills of the Stroud Valley. Our attractive gardens and lawns are the perfect place for a peaceful stroll, glass of Pimms or even a game of Croquet the most traditional of English summer pastimes! You can enjoy the fragrances of our flowerbeds, the breathtaking views or take the time to simply unwind. An arched gateway leads from the end of the garden through to the canal from where you can explore the countryside beyond.In the main Manor House you'll find our restaurant, terrace, bar, conference suites and some guest rooms. Our Garden Wing comprises further guest rooms and the Caroline Suite offers extensive banqueting and conferencing facilities.We are an ideal venue for wonderful weddings. Magnificent grounds and gardens will provide the all important backdrop for stunning wedding photos and the attention to detail will be remarkable in every way to make your day unique and memorable.So whatever the reason for your visit you will receive a warm welcome and a very pleasant stay!
Our experience was was pretty much the same as every bad review on this site. This is a business wallowing in negativity. Management are unwilling to accept that they have issues with the state of their hotel rooms. Bad business practice to not take onboard their customers feedback/reviews. All they seem to do is reply with sarcastic/childish comments. Good luck Stonehouse! Your’e going to need it!!
4 based on 450 reviews
A fine example of a traditional Country Inn situated in the heart of the Cotswolds. Only ten minutes' drive from J13 of M5, The Amberley Inn sits proudly overlooking the famous Woodchester Valley in an area of outstanding natural beauty.Recently refurbished and under new management, this Cotswolds hotel makes the ideal location for Gatcombe Park, Badminton, Cheltenham, Tetbury, Nailsworth, Cirencester, Stroud and for those who wish to explore the Cotswolds. Located a just a seven iron from Minchinhampton Old Course, the Inn offers Golfers complimentary rates at all three Minchinhampton courses. Our restaurant serves local seasonal food to an excellent standard, with an extensive wine list to compliment the dining experience. Wireless broadband available in all of the rooms.
All I can say is that it was perfection. We stayed in the cottage which had access to a garden which was perfect as we took our dog with us. The staff could not be anymore helpful and everyone was polite and friendly and couldn’t do enough for us. Our dog was given a sausage every morning when we went into breakfast. We had meals in the restaurant also. There was a little wait for our meal but when they are cooked fresh you don’t mind waiting a little longer. Did not have a bad meal for the 3 evenings we ate there. We would like to thank Sheila who was excellent during breakfast service and also telling us the best places to visit in the area. We have come home chilled and relaxed and look forward to visiting you in the future.
4 based on 262 reviews
Situated under the leafy edge of the Cotswold Way, The Swan Hotel is a converted 17th century coaching inn that seamlessly blends modern comforts with traditional touches to create a unique hotel experience. We’re a dog friendly hotel with the Cotswolds on our doorstep making the perfect playground for your four-legged friends. Situated in the heart of Wotton-under-Edge, The Swan offers fifteen beautiful recently refurbished en-suite guest rooms, a light and airy deli breakfast/lunch area and a cosy restaurant offering both pub classics alongside our seasonally changing a la carte menu. As a member of CAMRA and with the Cask Marque Approval, we are proud to offer an extensive range of real ales from local breweries in our homely bar and snug that retain a local feel. We also have a newsagents within the hotel where our guests can collect their daily papers as well as magazines from our excellent team of friendly staff.
We stayed at The Swan Hotel whilst walking the Cotswold Way. Very conveniently located on the trail. Very comfortable large room. Good shower. Good dinner, sea bass was tasty. Good breakfast (including bubble & squeak). Early breakfast offered for walkers.
4.5 based on 206 reviews
Arrived on Monday afternoon after a visit to WWT Slimbridge. Lovely location with a fantastic courtyard with seating and tables. Decided to have evening dinner there and I can honestly say that was of the nicest meals we had with delicious red wine. We had the stuffed chicken breast,stuffed with chorizo and mozzarella, with sautéed potatoes and leeks with a red wine sauce,superbly cooked. Room 6 our bedroom was unbelievably gorgeous, coupled with the luxury bathroom. The staff were also very efficient and friendly. Also the full English breakfast was so tasty and great produce. Highly recommended.
4 based on 374 reviews
Pleasant small hotel, 0.5 miles from the M5. In a lovely peaceful setting. Subway and Starbucks located at the far end of the Hotel and the Petrol Station opposite is open 24 hours. Nearest pubs and restaurants approx 1 mile away. The very small town of Stonehouse is approx 2 miles and the bigger town of Stroud is approx 5 miles. We also have Berkeley Castle and Woodchester Mansion within 10 miles for those interested in sight seeing. Slimbridge Wetland Centre is approx 6.5 miles and is very popular with our guests all year round.
Had,such a lovely stay, quite location staff very friendly. Will Definitely recommend the hotel to all my friends and family.The room was very clean and spacious and the hotel is near by a subway and a Starbucks which I Had a lovely breakfast
4 based on 159 reviews
Pre booked our table for Sunday lunch Never disappointed here . My pork was lovely others had beef . Throughly enjoyed every mouthful lots of fresh vegetables and gravy . I didn’t have a dessert but the family said theirs tasted home cooked and yummy . Ax excellent Sunday lunch
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