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Small double, ensuite, 1st floor; light breakfast

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hosted by Cherry Ann
  1. 2 guests
  2. 1 bedroom
  3. 1 bed
  4. 1 private bath
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My unusual house was part of a 19c brewery, converted from a workshop in 1930s.
4 miles from M5 Junc 13; 1 mile from Stroud station+town centre with its famous Saturday Farmers Market.
4 buses stop nearby: routes go to Stroud, Gloucester, Painswick, Cheltenham.
Close to Stroudwater Canal's restored footpath to/from town.
Wonderful views from nearby high ground, out across the Severn Vale.
Fridge for self-service breakfast: cereals/toast/yoghurt/juice, fruit, teas/coffee
No cats/dogs in house.

The space
The accommodation is on the first floor (easy staircase). The bed is a standard double size (4ft 6ins).
The ensuite facilities include toilet, wash-basin and bath (no shower).
Kettle and toaster are in bedroom.
The fridge and microwave, on the adjacent landing sitting-area, are for your exclusive use. Large balcony on the floor below is also sometimes available in summer months.

Where you'll sleep

Bedroom
1 double bed

What this place offers

Kitchen
Wifi
Free street parking
Washer
Bathtub
Shared patio or balcony
Luggage dropoff allowed
Hair dryer
Refrigerator
Microwave

Where you’ll be

Gloucestershire, England, United Kingdom

Stroud is on the very edge of the Cotswolds. There are delightful historic stone villages within a few miles in the surrounding hills, most notably Painswick, Minchinhampton and Bisley.
Not far away is Berkeley Castle and the Wildlife and Wetlands Trust's Slimbridge Centre.
Cheltenham and Gloucester with its splendid cathedral, are easily accessed by bus: each merits at least a day's visit.
Dramatic views from the tops of several key nearby locations stretch southwards towards Bristol, northwards to Gloucester and across the wide open spaces of the Severn Vale with the River Severn, to the Forest of Dean with Wales in the distance.

Visible from the house is the tower of Selsley Church - distinguished for its unique series of stained glass windows, the first series to be produced by William Morris's studio, designed by artists that include Morris himself, Edward Burne Jones, Phillip Webb and Rossetti.

Numerous footpaths allow exploration of the Five Valleys and their surrounding hills.

The Stroudwater restoration project has opened up several miles of canalside walks. It now has further National Lottery funding to reinstate sections and link it to the national waterways network at Saul Junction on the Sharpness Canal.

Stroud District has a rich geological, archaeological and industrial history (well illuminated in its excellent local museum – The Museum in the Park).

Historically the area has been famous since the 17th century for the production of bright-coloured, felted Stroud cloth (military reds, billiard-table green, casino navy, tennis-ball yellow); also for many industrial inventions, including Edwin Beard Budding's lawnmower and his adjustable spanner.

Today the Stroud area is known for its creative, artistic, environmentally concerned and alternative communities, also its innovative industries.
On Saturdays, Stroud's celebrated Farmers Market makes the town centre buzz.

Within a mile of my house are:
Leisure Centre with indoor and open-air swimming pools;
surrounding park with play equipment, skate-board area, lake and small 19th-century arboretum.
Also the very popular, family-friendly admission-free Museum in the Park, with local history, geology and rich archaeology displays. It has a delightful, recently restored walled garden and an excellent temporary exhibition gallery with a busy programme of related activities.

There's a choice of good, reasonably-priced restaurants and pubs in the area: especially recommend The Woolpack at Slad (with its Laurie Lee associations), the Old Bell Inn at Selsley and Royal Oak in the centre of Painswick. Stroud itself has numerous good cafes, including the world's first totally organic one.

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Hosted by Cherry Ann

Joined in February 2014
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Five things I can't live without: family (three generations), friends, good neighbours, books, music (classical, opera).
Travel: many places in the past, eg USA, Canada, Eastern Europe, China, Australia, India, Hong Kong; more recently, mainly Europe, especially France and Ireland.
Extensive knowledge of home area (Gloucestershire and South West England), many other parts of England, also Scotland and parts of Wales.
I much enjoy having AirBnB guests, and sharing my knowledge of my locality.
Have had my nearby allotment for over 30 years – it's now a very productive mini orchard!
Five things I can't live without: family (three generations), friends, good neighbours, books, music (classical, opera).
Travel: many places in the past, eg USA, Canada, Eas…

During your stay

I know the Stroud area well and will gladly give information and recommendations of places to visit, walks, eating places, pubs, etc, if wanted.

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