Hanover Lodge in Stroud offers 28 one and two bed apartments set within attractive landscaped gardens. The professional on-site manager will help you to access further help and support if required and also takes care of buildings and grounds maintenance.
A nearby bus stop provides transport to the doctors' surgery, post office and convenience store. Two hairdressers also visit the estate. Optional social activities to take part in include barbeques, meals out and day trips, plus there's a very active residents' committee.
Stroud is a market town in Gloucestershire noted for its steep streets, independent shops, bohemian character and café culture. The Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty surrounds the town. The town has a significant artistic community and hosts annual fringe and vintage festivals.
Places to visit
The Subscription Rooms hosts year-round arts and entertainment, exhibitions, markets and dances, concerts and occasional theatre performances. Cotswold Playhouse is another small theatre. On the fringes of the town is Stratford Park, which has a leisure centre with an indoor and outdoor swimming pool. Nearby is the Museum in the Park, an exhibition centre displaying the history and culture of the Stroud valleys. An award winning farmers' market takes place every Saturday in the town centre.
Hanover Lodge is located on Hunters Way, off Cashes Green Road. The A46 provides road links to Gloucester and Bath, with the A419 connecting to both Cirencester and junction 13 of the M5. Stroud railway station provides frequent services to Gloucester, Cheltenham, Swindon, Reading and London.
Distance to GP: 2 miles
Distance to shop: 1 miles
Distance to bus stop: 0.28 miles
Distance to Post Office: 1 miles