Bear of Rodborough Classic Hotel

A Historic Hotel in Stroud, Gloucestershire (Cotswolds)

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Rodborough Common
Stroud
Gloucestershire
England
GL5 5DE

Bear of Rodborough Classic Hotel, Stroud

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Accommodation Description:

The Bear is set in hundreds of acres of National Trust Parkland, an area of outstanding natural beauty ideal for walking, riding or cycling or sampling fine foods and local brews. Play a round of golf on Minchinhampton Golf Course - there are reduced green fees for residents, or for a different view there is gliding near by.A member of Classic British Hotels - the hallmark for quality independent hotels

3 star rating

From: £61.00

Facilities

  • Restaurant
  • TV
  • Pets Allowed

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