The double ensuite room is a spacious room complemented with fresh flowers. The room is equipped with the facilities to ensure a comfortable stay and enjoys an ensuite shower. In additional for a family of 4 a mattress can be added to make it suitable.
This room is spacious with a double bed for single or double use, overlooks the garden and is complemented with fresh flowers. The room is equipped with the facilities to ensure a comfortable stay and enjoys a shared bathroom
Viner House is a Grade 2 Listed house 5 mins walk from Stroud town centre, 7 mins walk from train station, free pick up if required, Garden, Parking. Large rooms, triple ensuite, double and single bookings available. Welcome to our family house in a lovely lively town. Sorry but the house is not suitable for people with mobility problems. The rooms have free wi-fi, but don't have T.V. Please note bookings made less than 24 hours before arrival time must confirm arrival time by phone. NO SMOKING IN THE WHOLE HOUSE. PERSONS DOING SO WILL BE ASKED TO LEAVE WITH NO REFUND.
Stroud is a delightful place to visit with many activities and attractions within close proximity. We have superb restaurants, a thriving artistic community and annual festivals for textiles, food, walking, music and arts. The award-winning Farmers’ Market is weekly (Saturday) and is one of the best in the country. This is a place that repays investigation, especially for the quality and variety of artists at work in the area – you could also choose to take part in one of the many traditional workshops! The month of May sees Open Studios and the Select International textile festival. Stroud is also notable for being a hub of alternative lifestyles, therapies and culture, with many courses and workshops to offer.
Stroud is encircled by five sweeping valleys opening out to the River Severn and made famous by Laurie Lee’s novel “Cider with Rosie”. The scenery is dramatic around Stroud and the air and river are clear. It is a great meeting place, with direct links to London, making it a Bohemian/café/gallery/ bookshop sort of place. Jasper Conran described the town as ‘the Covent Garden of the Cotswolds’. Easy access to the countryside and Cheltenham, Swindon and Gloucester by train.
Not suitable for wheelchair
22 steps up winding staircase to triple room