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Tipputs Inn
"We have been to The Tipputs on many occasions and I just would like to recommend it to anyody. The Indian food is home cooked and tastes absolutely wonderful like ..." More

Tipputs Inn
"One of a party of 13, how lucky is that?. Lunch was booked for 2pm, the place was far from full, food arrived at 3.45. Nuff said

Date visited: 29/12/2010 ..." More

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"I was invited by my nephews and nieces for a belated 60th birthday party sunday lunch and like your last reviewer (4 July) was apprehensive after reading the reviews. I ..." More

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Set in the steep valleys and folds of the Cotswolds, 3 miles south of Stroud, Nailsworth grew out of a series of scattered communities that lived alongside the brooks and streams that drain the from the hills and flow northward to meet the River Frome. By 1663 two main centres of settlement had been established; Lower Nailsworth, where the Avening and Horsley streams meet and Upper Nailsworth, further south where the old Tetbury road crossed the Horsley stream. Nailswoth owed it`s development almost entirely from the cloth making industry; although it`s history is much older, the Romans had built a Temple in the area. The first mill is recorded in 1448 and by the 18th century there were at least 14 mills in operation along the various brooks and streams (not all were producing cloth, the Millbottom Mill was a corn mill). Communications were rudimentary, consisting of rough trackways and pack-horse trails, road improvements in the 18th and 19th centuries ended it`s comparative isolation. The growth of Nailsworth into a small compact town was stimulated by the opening, in 1780, of the new Turnpike road from Bath. In 1830 coaches were calling daily at the George Inn and the railway arrived in 1867 (but closed to passengers just after the Second World War). Many of the mills have survived but in other guises, converted into houses and flats, others have been put to other uses (small engineering works, walking stick making). The Egypt Mill is now a Hotel and Restaurant. Isaac Hillier who was a butcher started a Bacon-curing business in 1820 and by 1865 was curing 300 pigs a week his factory went on to become one of the largest in the country. The early 20th century saw further expansion and a council estate was built at Park Road in 1921, expansion as a residential town has continued into the 21st century with the Hilliers factory making way for new housing. The enchanting scenery surrounding the whole district makes Nailsworth a very good centre for touring and for those who enjoy walking.


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Just Because
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Egypt Mill Hotel and Restaurant (0.57 miles)

Egypt Mill Hotel and Restaurant

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This luxurious 16th century riverside hotel and restaurant is situated in the unspoilt Cotswold town of Nailsworth. The Egypt Mill Hotel provides the ideal setting for a memorable stay or ... More

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The Old Lodge (1.22 miles)

The Old Lodge
In 1213, after the Norman Conquest, the wooded land we now know as Minchinhampton Common was confiscated and given to l`Abbaye aux Dames in Caen. Some 800 years later and Christophe (a Norman himself) and ... More | visit website
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Amberley Inn (1.35 miles)

Amberley Inn
The Amberley Inn is one of those Cotswold hotels that is the epitome of English hospitality. Recently refurbished, we have 14 bedrooms and are one of the few Hotels in Stroud with such an enviable ... More | visit website
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Forwood Farm (1.58 miles)

Forwood Farm

A warm welcome awaits at Forwood Farm
A beautiful 17th Century Cotswold country house recently totally renovated to a high standard offering luxurious ensuite accommodation. Forwood Farm enjoys a most beautiful and peaceful ... More | visit website

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Trap House Court (1.87 miles)

Trap House Court

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Our holiday let is a beautiful newly built terraced cottage in a courtyard setting. Recently finished to a high standard, it offers contemporary accommodation in the heart of the historic ... More

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Burleigh Court Hotel (2.18 miles)

Burleigh Court Hotel

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Nestling on the edge of a steep hillside overlooking the Golden Valley, this 18th century Cotswold stone manor house is a hidden gem in the heart of Royal Gloucestershire.

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Bear of Rodborough (2.30 miles)

Bear of Rodborough

In the historic south-west corner of the Cotswolds, high above Stroud on the wilds of Rodborough Common, stands the handsome Bear of Rodborough Hotel. Originally built in the 17th century, this former coaching inn provided ... More | visit website

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Calcot Manor Hotel (2.55 miles)

Calcot Manor Hotel

A charming English farmhouse, elegantly converted into a stylish hotel offering 35 beautifully and individually furnished bedrooms and suites, located within the main hotel and within cleverly converted barns and cottages.
Perefect for exploring the Cotswolds ... More | visit website

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Hunters Hall (2.55 miles)

Hunters Hall

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Hunters Hall is a 16th-century coaching inn in the old village of Kingscote in the Cotswolds. Its beamed ceilings and open fires create a cosy, inviting atmosphere. There are 3 comfortable bars ... More

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The Matara Centre (2.66 miles)

The Matara Centre
Built upon well-being principles and set in stunning gardens - offering peace, inspiration and a touch of luxury to relax and enjoy. “The bedroom is where we slip into the shadows of sleep, our “I” dissolving ... More | visit website

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