The Frocester George

A Historic Restaurant with rooms in Stroud, Gloucestershire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Peter Street
GL10 3TQ

The Frocester George, Stroud

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Accommodation Description:

The Frocester is a 18th century coach house that has been lovingly restored and opened as a bar hotel and restaurant. It is a big part of the small rural village of Frocester in which it is situated. The restaurant offers high quality food much of which is locally sourced and the bar has a great range of real ales fine wines and spirits.

Ten luxurious bedrooms provide a restful environment in which to relax and make an ideal base for visiting the surrounding areas.

The Frocester George is a traditional Coaching Inn which offers a warm welcome whether you are visiting on a cold winter's day to sit and enjoy a real ale next to the wood burning fire or on a warm summers evening in the courtyard with a cold drink. The beautiful oak panelled bar offers a great range of real cask conditioned ales including popular local brews and a number of regularly changing guest beers. We also pride ourselves on an excellent choice of wines with varieties of all the popular grapes on offer and a flavour and price to suit every taste occasion and pocket.

The Library restaurant offers a mouthwatering selection of dishes all cooked freshly to order using local produce wherever possible. Much of our beef pork and lamb is from farms in the village and supplied by Frocester Fayre farm shop less than 1 mile away. Bread is handmade daily by our chefs and we have a great range of bar snacks available.

The bedrooms are luxurious and all have Egyptian cotton bedding and beautiful bathroom fittings complete with duck island toiletries. The largest of the rooms have large deep baths and walk in showers. Most of our ten rooms are front facing and enjoy views of Frocester there also great views of the courtyard from a couple of the larger rooms.

Frocester is situated close to the M5 making it an ideal base to explore the local area and is also well placed for visiting the cotswold villages and the spa towns of both Bath and Cheltenham.

4 star rating

From: £60.00

Room Facilities
Colour television
Family/oversized room
Tea and coffee making facilities
Desk with lamp
Free Wireless internet connection
Trouser press
Alarm clock

Free Internet access (wireless) in public areas
Ironing facilities
Room service
Non-smoking (throughout)
Baggage store
Adjoining rooms

Free parking
On-site parking

Business Facilities

Dining Facilities
Breakfast is served in the restaurant which is an elegant room which has been restored with purpose built oak bookcases and an ornate ceiling. A full english breakfast is available
also lighter options such as scrambled egg with smoked salmon or warm croissants with jam. Cereals fresh fruit and juices are always available. Lunch and dinner are served in the restaurant as well as in the traditional bar or the courtyard on warmer days. The restaurant has a separate menu to the bar for evenings.

Breakfast (Full cooked)
Breakfast (Continental)

Child Facilities
Children's menu

Pet Policy
No pets

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