Cotswolds Valleys Accommodation are proud to offer a fabulous eclectic mix of 10 properties to suit all requirements, budgets and tastes.
Our portfolio of 10 self-catering holiday let properties are located in and around Stroud, Gloucestershire. Located at the heart of what is often referred to as the ‘Undiscovered Cotswolds’. Based in the Cotswold Valleys, our holiday cottages and apartments are perfect for an adventure filled family getaway, a quieter and more tranquil romantic break or if you are planning some time away for a large group of friends or family, we have something perfect for you too.
With 10 years’ experience in the holiday let business and a wealth of knowledge of the surrounding area, we are on hand to help you find the perfect Cotswolds holiday break for you.
We personally inspect all properties to ensure you get the very best out of your Cotswold holiday. With flexible booking, all-inclusive costs, no booking fees and no hidden costs – you can book with confidence and ease.
To check availability and book accommodation, please visit our booking page here.
Surrounded by England’s largest officially designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, our fantastic range of holiday cottages and apartments are an ideal base from which to explore the Cotswolds. Whether you want to keep it local and within walking distance or fancy a drive through these beautiful surroundings, there is plenty to choose from. Our properties are conveniently situated with easy access to main driving routes and the mainline rail link to London Paddington and Cheltenham Spa.
Situated at the meeting point of the Five Valleys within the heart of the South Cotswolds, Stroud is renowned for its artsy and independent vibes. Brimming with beautiful independent shops, cafes and galleries, Stroud is also known for its industrial heritage, something you will see from the former textile mills peppering the locality. If history is your thing, you will enjoy the tours of the former working textile mills on certain dates throughout the year. For nature lovers and peace seekers you can enjoy idyllic canal side walks with the occasional pit stop at a traditional pub or cafe. For walkers and keen adventurers, experience The Cotswold Way, a 102 mile long footpath that runs along the Cotswold Edge and right through Stroud, with many other areas popular with walkers, horse-riders and paragliders!
Don’t miss out on Stroud’s creative flare – the town is home to many contemporary artists and craftspeople made famous by Laurie Lee’s “Cider with Rosie”, something the locals will all be familiar with. The year sees a number of arts festivals and the Summer showcases the Stroud Fringe providing a fabulous array of free music events. For fresh local produce and a real local and friendly feel, visit the award winning Stroud Farmer’s Market, renowned for being the biggest, busiest and most popular in the UK. Why not visit Giffords Circus – check it out here! Treat yourself at one of the busiest ice cream shops in the West Country surrounded by rolling hills and beautiful scenery – Visit Winstones Ice Cream Shop!
Indoor or outdoor, big groups, small groups or couples or friends alike, there is something to be enjoyed by all!
Spanning almost 800 square miles, there truly is something for everyone in the Cotswolds. The Cotswolds offer endless adventure and discovery including the world renowned quintessential English villages sitting pretty in their Golden Cotswold stone with Painswick and Bibery within easy reach of Stroud, visit lively market towns and explore the pretty streets that are lined with antique shops and gift shops, enjoy the mix of fine dining, traditional pubs and olde-world tea shops boasting a range of delicious local produce. Visit some of the countries most grand and splendid country manors, palaces and castles. There are 3,000 miles of picturesque hill walks, footpaths, bridleways, canal side walks and ancient woodland to be enjoyed throughout the Cotswolds.
Peppered amongst the peaceful surroundings of tranquil Cotswold villages you will stumble across vibrant and spirited areas such as Cheltenham, Oxford, Stroud, Tewkesbury and Stratford-upon-Avon. Far from losing site of the beauty that makes the Cotswolds famous, these bustling areas have paired it with a variety of both local and already popular eateries, bars and clubs, making your Cotswold break perfect for any age.