Looking for inspiration this spring? We’ve got you covered. If you’re already well-acquainted with Stroud, you’ll know there’s an abundance of things to do and see when the weather turns warmer and nights start getting longer. So whether you’re just curious about the area or perhaps looking at planning a trip to visit us here, this is your go-to guide for enjoying spring in Stroud!
First up, we have foraging. What better way to slow down and reconnect with the outdoors, Spring is the ideal season for foraging, especially if you’ve never done it before! Luckily you needn’t travel far if you’re staying at Burleigh Court Hotel as we offer foraging tours in and around our hotel grounds. Learn how to identify wild foods by booking one of our foraging experiences by visiting our Wild Food Foraging page.
Looking to try something new? Well, the Cotswolds Country Sports offer a local clay pigeon experience suitable for all abilities, run by qualified instructors who can cater for groups of up to 10 people. A typical experience lasts over 90 minutes and includes an initial safety briefing and introduction to the activity. Clays will then be presented emerging from a variety of directions with your instructor taking you through the discipline and guiding you throughout. If you’re after something adventurous, you can’t go wrong here! To find out more, visit our Clay Pigeon Experience page.
Fancy roaming through picturesque villages, lush valleys and the scenic rolling hills of the Cotswolds this spring? There’s no better place to go for a stroll than right here in Stroud. Make Burleigh Court Cotswolds your home base while exploring and you’ll be in close vicinity to an array of charming walks. Visit our Scenic Walks page to find out more!
While staying at Burleigh Court Hotel, you won’t have to go far to enjoy the very best of Stroud during the spring.
Your stay can be packed full of activities, or, if you prefer, completely empty – no judgement here! However you choose to spend your time in Stroud this spring, we think you’ll agree that it’s a difficult place to leave.