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Self Catering Holiday Cottages in Stroud

Stroud is the perfect place to visit for those looking for a picturesque countryside town. Brimming with stunning views, authenticity, independent shops, cafes and a great Farmers Market, there is plenty to experience here.
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51.713412, -2.219159

This pretty stone holiday cottage sits on the edge of Minchinhampton Common in the Cotswold village of Amberley. Perfect for couples looking for a slice of paradise in this beautiful part of the world, Bread Cottage offers contemporary self-catering accommodation in a building full of character and charm. If you aren’t wowed by the gorgeous countryside views then the stunning glass staircase spanning three floors is guaranteed to impress! If you can tear yourself away from this charming cottage there is plenty to keep you entertained from beautiful walks, impressive mansions and castles or even a day on the water at Cotswold Water Park.    

Weekly guide price:
£400 to £650
Short breaks from £85 per night

2 + 2  |   2  |   No  |   No  |   Yes

Min nights: 3

Preferred arrival day: Saturday

51.713412, -2.219159

Amberley is a peaceful village just a few miles from Stroud and surrounded by the picturesque Cotswold countryside. Bakehouse Cottage sits on Minchinhampton Common, a beautiful area managed by the National Trust that gives the village a wonderfully traditional atmosphere. The holiday cottage provides space for four people to sleep in two bedrooms, and is within walking distance of two excellent pubs - the Amberley Inn and The Black Horse. It is ideal for couples or families with older children who will appreciate its unique history and welcoming charm.

Weekly guide price:
£450 to £750

4  |   2  |   1  |   Yes  |   Yes

Min nights: Enquire

Preferred arrival day: Saturday

51.721137, -2.193052

A four hundred year old Cotswold stone holiday cottage located in the Golden Valley two miles outside of Stroud. With exposed beams, log fire and a pub within walking distance, Combe Cottage is a perfect base for exploring the Cotswolds and its many attractions at any time of the year.

Weekly guide price:
£350 to £650
Short breaks from £90 per night

4+2  |   2  |   Enquire  |   Yes  |   Yes

Min nights: 3 (off peak) | 7 (peak)

Preferred arrival day: Flexible

51.718994, -2.136469

A romantic hideaway with wood-fired hot tub located centrally within the Cotswolds on a hill farm amongst beautiful scenery, offering a taste of country life and panoramic views over woodland and the countryside of Gloucestershire. A great base for exploring the areas many attractions or simply relaxing in a tranquil setting with plenty of fresh air, wonderful walks and a pub within walking distance for long lazy lunches.

Weekly guide price:
£700 to £1000
Short breaks from £175 per night

4  |   2  |   2  |   Yes  |   Yes

Min nights: 3 (off peak) | 3 (peak)

Preferred arrival day: Mon/Fri

51.718994, -2.136640

A quaint self-catering holiday cottage located on the hill of a Cotswold farm, offering panoramic rural views over woodlands and the countryside of Gloucestershire. A great self-catering base for exploring the many attractions of Central England and enjoying a taste of country life with wonderful walks and scenery on the doorstep.

Weekly guide price:
£1025 to £1500
Short breaks from £250 per night

7  |   3  |   2  |   Yes  |   Yes

Min nights: 3 (off peak) | 3 (peak)

Preferred arrival day: Mon/Fri

51.718961, -2.136245

A quaint self-catering holiday cottage located in an elevated position on a Cotswold farm offering panoramic rural views over woodland and the countryside of Gloucestershire. Sitting in a haven for wildlife, this beautiful valley is dotted with arts and crafts workshops, cheese makers, farmers markets, microbreweries and pubs within walking distance - a pleasure to visit at any time of the year!

Weekly guide price:
£700 to £950
Short breaks from £175 per night

4  |   2  |   2  |   Yes  |   Yes

Min nights: 3 (off peak) | 3 (peak)

Preferred arrival day: Mon/Fri

Industrial heritage is something that Stroud is well known for, with many textile mills dotted across the valley. There is a plethora of history here as well as great dining and shopping opportunities, making it a great town for those looking to explore the Cotswolds further.

Where to Go in Stroud

With fewer tourists visiting over the year in comparison to some of the other Cotswolds towns, Stroud is much easier to explore, especially with a family.

You must go to the great little farmers market when in Stroud. Here you will find an array of stalls, all offering fresh produce alongside other locally sourced products. On a warm sunny day, the market is a great place to be as locals and tourists alike bustle around the various tents, all with something unique to offer.

Woodchester Mansion is another great option when looking for where to go in Stroud. The 19th Century Victorian Gothic house is a great way to explore architecture, and with its large windows, tall chimneys and impressive tower, it looks like something out of a fairytale.

What to Do in Stroud

There are lots to see in and around Stroud for all kinds of travellers, depending on what sort of activities you are interested in. Whether you like the outdoors or prefer some retail therapy, you will be able to find it all in this quaint little town.

Visiting Prinknash Abbey Bird and Deer Park is a great place to go for animal lovers. Catch a glimpse of peacocks, waterfowl, swans and deer, all living within the stunning grounds. With beautiful lakes and gazebos dotted around the park, you can feel relaxed and enjoy all the sights and sounds on offer here.

Gloucester Waterways Museum was used as inspiration for the movie Alice Through the Looking Glass and is a great place to visit with a charming Victorian feel. You’ll feel like you’re travelling back in time when visiting the museum, as it is set in a Grade II listed building and provides the perfect learning experience for kids and adults alike.

Best Time to Visit Stroud

If you want milder and more pleasant weather, the months between May and September are the perfect time to visit Stroud. Temperatures are at their highest during July and are at their lowest in January, although the town will also be at its busiest in the peak of summer.

If you aim to explore the gardens and spend most of your visit outdoors, it may be best to visit Stroud in July or August. However, there are plenty of opportunities to explore Stroud in the shelter of market tents or museums, which makes it a great year-round tourist spot.