Stonehouse is a village in the Cotswolds, just to the West of Stroud.
See Stroud for long distance information.
From Stroud it's about an hours walk.
There are buses every half hour from Stroud on weekdays.
The village is small enough to be looked around on foot.
- Arlingham - lies in the horseshoe loop of the River Severn, known as the "Horseshoe Bend". Its stunning scenery make it popular with walkers and cyclist, There are a number of walks and cycle routes for area, which can be downloaded for free from the internet. The include a section of the Severn Way. The Old Passage, situated at the end of Passage Lane, is one of the best places to view the Severn Bore.
- Frampton on Severn is a picturesque village with the longest green in England, which is about 22 acres in size.
- Saul Junction , on the banks of the canal, with a café. Boat rides are available in the summer at weekends,
- Slimbridge Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust - has 120 acres of reserve and is home to a huge number of species of wildfowl. There are canoe rides, tractor rides, guided tours and activities. There is an adventure playground and "Welly World" for children, a restaurant and gift shop.
- Cattle Country Adventure Park at Berkeley (9 miles). Cattle Country has a whole range of things do and see, including two huge play barns and a mini castle!
- Berkeley Castle  - beautifully preserved castle to explore.
- The Edward Jenner Museum , Berkeley
- Prinknash Abbey -  and monastery, situated along the A46 towards Stroud.
- Cotswold Wildlife Park - 
- International Centre for Birds of Prey -