The Yew Tree is a 17th century Cotswold stone house, built on the side of a hill overlooking valleys to Stroud. With far reaching views across to the Cotswold hills and National Trust common land, this accommodation offers a relaxing environment in which to stay.
The double bedroom adjoins a large private bathroom with shower and jacuzzi bath. Full English breakfast is served with a choice of menu suiting all diets. The house has much character and was renovated by the present owners after it was bought from a brewery in 1978.
The Yew Tree was a public house for many years, prior to that it was a private ale house serving the local woollen trade managers.
There is also a self-contained holiday cottage attached to the house which was built in 1552.
Cotswold stone house built in 1669.
Central for The West Country, Midlands and Wales.
The Yew Tree B&B
Lounge in Holiday Cottage
Disabled Facilities: There are no disabled facilities.
Pet Facilities: Pets are not allowed.
Special Diets Provision: Special diets are catered for. Anything - just ask!
Smoking Facilities: Smoking is not allowed.
Exit 13 off M5 to Stroud.
Take A419 for 2 miles east of Stroud (towards Cirencester) and turn right up hill past The Ship Inn - a good place for dinner!
From Paddington to Stroud, then taxi
Service no. 29 EbleyBus.
The Yew Tree is a scheduled bus stop.