Where to go in Dursley
A quaint market town and civil parish in southern Gloucestershire, Dursley is situated right on the edge of the Cotswolds, and plays host to the River Ewelme, which eventually becomes the River Cam. If you're trying to find a scenic spot, this is it.
A market town on the up
It's true that Dursley is surrounded by beautiful woodland and countryside, but it's is also a bustling market town. Living up to the title effortlessly thanks to its many markets that are held in Market Place, right at the heart of the town. From the farmers market, to the crafts fair, there is something for everyone. With new supermarkets nestled alongside more traditional greengrocers, ironmongers and haberdasheries, Dursley is �old meets new� in the best possible way.
If you're looking for a nice pub to while away the hours in, the Old Spot is regularly voted the 'Pub of the Year' in Gloucestershire. If you're looking for comfy accommodation in Dursley, Travelodge Stonehouse is just over five miles away, making it easy to nip out to Dursley in the morning.