Places to go out & eat & drink in Stroud
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Local Restaurants, Cafes, Pubs, Bars, etc in Stroud

Places to eat & drink in Stroud.

A steep old town once famous as the country's most important centre for the manufacture of broad-cloth. It still supplies most of the world's requirements for billiard-table cloth and has a flourishing dye trade. Its scarlet dyes are world renowned. Some of the 18th-century woollen mills witness to this important past. Piano manufacture is now included in the activities here.

We cannot give a full list of all available food outlets but below is a small selection of those available in Stroud or surrounding areas.

Stroud Restaurants, Cafes, Bars, Food Outlets, etc


The Crown Inn

Frampton Mansell, Stroud, GL6 8JG
Tel: 01285 760601    Fax: 01285 760681

A 17thC inn with modern hotel facilities. Fireside bars with log fires from September to May. Home-cooked food. Rooms all en-suite and secure. Refurbished in 2004.

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The Amberley Inn

Amberley, Stroud, GL5 5AF
Tel: 01453 872565    Fax: 01453 872738
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Traditional country inn with open log fires. Traditional food and good beers.

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Bear of Rodborough Classic Hotel

Rodborough Common, Stroud, GL5 5DE
Tel: 01453 878522   Fax: 01453 872523
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This 17thC former coaching house inn offers comfortable accommodation in an area of outstanding natural beauty. An exquisite atmosphere is created in the spacious and inviting Restaurant. The hotel is known for its modern British cuisine, and the Head Chef used the highest quality local produce and ingredients when creating his dishes. Informal dining can be enjoyed in the intimate surroundings of the popular Grizzly Bear Bar, which is popular with locals and guests alike, and is renowned for the large selection of traditional beers. Originally constructed in the 17thC as an alehouse, The Bear takes its name from the bear-baiting activities, which took place nearby.

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