We stayed here for two nights as we were going to a wedding in the local area. My parents who are in there 70's had a standard room and my husband and I who have a 5 month old baby had a family room. The rooms are what you would expect from a budget hotel - basic but clean and functional. Our family room was more spacious than I was expecting which was a positive. The hotel had provided a cot bed (one of the playpen style ones which was modern and clean) as well as some extra sheets/a few nappy bags and a smaller pull out bed on the floor which we didnt actually need but would be useful for a family with an older child. The bathroom didn't have any natural light but again was clean and quite spacious and the shower was a decent Mira shower. The brewers fayre pub/restaurant is attached to the hotel and we had dinner and lunch in here and both times it was again what you would expect, a good selection on the menu of typical pub grub food and was actually really nice. Compared to the cost of breakfast in some hotels the price for a full cooked breakfast was very reasonable. The car park for the hotel is at the back of the building and there was plenty of space and no additional charge for this. You are right next door to a large Tesco's which was handy for us for some bits and bobs for our little girl and across the road is a really lovely park with a duck pond, lovely old mansion in the grounds, putting green, bowling green, tennis courts, children's play area, and a leisure centre at the top and it all was really well looked after and well used. It was nice having some green space so close to the hotel given alot of budget hotels are quite often just off the motorway. I think what made it for us though was the staff. I think some budget hotels can be pretty souless but every member of staff we encounted from reception, to waiting staff and cleaning staff were really friendly and chatty. We asked for a few things like a highchair to be delivered and it was there in our room within minutes. I felt like we were noticed as individual guests and nothing was too much trouble for the staff. The only minor thing we noticed was there was some outside noise as people left the restaurant/pub around 11/11.30pm. There wasn't any loud music or anything like that it was more just people talking loudly as they came out and our room (no 26) was right over the front so bound to be prone to that. My parents room overlooked the car park and they did get some noice from cars/bikes being ridden around the tesco car park after hours. My Mum mentioned this to the receptionist and she called the Tesco manager about this. This is a problem they are aware of and are working on but in truth neither noise was unbearably loud or enough of an issue to ruin the stay in anyway. Would definitely go back and stay here again if we had a need to be in the area again. Price wise it was really good. Given we were there on the Sunday/Monday of a Bank Holiday weekend, for a standard room and a family room, for two nights it total came to £216 which I thought was really reasonable. This was booked via their website well in advance of the trip. Oh and one last thing it is only a low building so only one floor (I think) but there is no lift so you need to be ok with a few flights of stairs.
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- A Grade II-listed building in the heart of the Cotswolds, with Stroud's Farmers' Market market nearby ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Premier Inn Stroud Hotel Stroud
- Stroud Premier Inn
- Premier Inn Stroud Hotel Gloucestershire