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B and Bs in Stroud

Pretoria Villa
Wells Road
Eastcombe

Stroud
Gloucestershire

GL6 7EE | View map

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Pretoria Villa Bed and Breakfast is a Victorian Cotswold Stone home, situated in the peaceful village of Eastcombe which lies above the beautiful Toadsmoor Valley. The B&B is situated down a quiet country lane, yet only a few minutes walk to the local pub, shop and post office. No need to take a car to enjoy the beautiful countryside, there are superb walks to near-by Bisley, Lypiatt and the Toadsmoor Valley. Guests have their own comfortable lounge which overlooks the garden to either relax or to watch their favourite television programs. There are lovely log fires in the winter. The BnB is located in the village of Eastcombe, which is near the larger town of Stroud. Eastcombe is a beautiful hilltop village nestling in the heart of the Cotswolds. It has a rich variety of glowing honey coloured Cotswold stone properties dotted around its jumble of winding lanes, off these there is a network of footpaths leading towards the surrounding picturesque countryside and the Toadmoor valley. The village has few facilities, but what it lacks in these it makes up for in spectacular views, thus it is of great appeal to walkers and nature lovers. Eastcombe has two churches, one a Baptist Chapel, and the other church serves the Anglican Community. There is a post office, a pub - The Lamb Inn which has a restaurant and village stores serving freshly baked bread. For larger shopping facilities, museums relating the history and heritage of the area, visitors should call in on Stroud, Cheltenham, Cirencester or Bath.

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