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Tel code: 01666 | code search
Postcode: GL8 | code search
Population: 6000
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Cotswold Olimpick Shin-Kicking
Cranham Feast
Gloucesters Royal Lamprey Pie Gift
Marshfield Mummers
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St Briavels Bread and Cheese Throwing
Tetbury Sack Race

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Welcome Chair
"Well, the food is freshly cooked and good but the gentleman who works here is not gentle at all and is rude to customers !!

Date visited: Sat June 25 ..." More

Snooty Fox
"Went for a lunch here, the starters was very good, however the main course was terrible. The veg had no taste, the veal was tough and under cooked and the ..." More

St Mary's C of E Primary School
"First trip back to the Trouble House after a few years. Previous visit was just OK. This time........ excellent! Nice warm atmosphere, friendly staff. First courses were very good- the crab ..." More

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Tetbury is a market town in the southern Cotswolds, situated between Cirencester and Bath. The first recorded history of the town was in 681 referring to a well established Saxon Monastery, during the middle ages Tetbury's prosperity grew through the stapling of wool - that is buying and selling. In 1655 the Market House was built for the storage and selling of wool, it is a fine example of a pillared market house and stands prominently in the centre of the town.
When the industrial revolution came so did the decline in Tetbury's wealth, lack of permanently running water meant the mills went to the valleys, fortunately Tetbury's many fine town houses were left untouched. The Parish church of St Mary the Virgin is a fine example of gothic revival architecture, built in 1781 to replace a medieval church, the spire being left untouched. The soaring 186ft spire was rebuilt in the 1890s, William Hamilton Yatman of nearby Highgrove House paid for the rebuilding of the spire in memory of his son, with the condition that he could have unobstructed views of the spire from the front of Highgrove House, this is still true today.
Chipping (Meaning market) Steps with its weaver's cottages is a delightful area of the town and many of the old houses are built on medieval origins. It was here at the Malt House that the models for the D-day landing at Omaha Beach were made.
The Tetbury Police Museum is situated in the former Police Station and Magistrates Court at the bottom of Long Street and welcomes visitors during the weekdays; a small fascinating museum partly set in the original cells.
Tetbury has many antique shops and places to eat and is an ideal place to stay with easy access to the countryside. Population 6,000

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Bernard Atkins
Boatman & Co Ltd
Tetbury Financial Services

Attraction

Chavenage House
Tetbury Police Museum
Westonbirt School, Gardens & House
Westonbirt, The National Arboretum

Charity

National Benevolent Institution

Dentist

Mrs. S. M. Gwyer & Associates

Doctor

Dr Walsh A & Partners

Estate Agent

Bennett R A & Partners
Express Property Services
Halifax Property Services

Inn

Hunters Hall
Ormond at Tetbury
Ormonds Head Hotel
Priory Inn
Royal Oak Inn
Snooty Fox

Pub and Bar

Calcot Manor Hotel

Crown Inn
Gumstool Inn
Hare and Hounds Hotel
Trouble House Inn
Welcome Chair

Restaurant

Bengal Lancer
Blue Zucchini
Calcot Manor Hotel
Gumstool Inn
Hare and Hounds Hotel
Number Sixty Five
Trouble House
Trouble House Inn

School

St Mary's C of E Primary School
Westonbirt School

Self-Catering

Chipping 1
Chipping 2
Church View Cottage
The Great Tythe Barn
The Matara Centre

Solicitor

James Scott

Taxi

B T W
Express Taxis of Tetbury
Martins Cars
S C Taxis
Stevenson's Rocket

Vet

Willesley Equine Clinic Ltd

Sports Clubs

Beaufort (Polo)

Shops

The Tolsey
Country Garden
Jesse Smith
Close Nursery
The Lavender Garden
Shipton Mill
Tetbury Traditional Meats
Norman Bell
Haine & Smith
The Lodge Shoe Co
The Sporting Gallery
Tetbury Gallery

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House of Cheese
Bowldown Farms Ltd
Duchy Home Farm
Overider
Tetbury Gallery Boutique
The Two Toads Ltd
Edge's the Tea Shoppe

Antiques

Day Antiques
Alderson
Merlin Antiques
Gales Antiques
Dolphin Antiques
Day Antiques
Chester Drawers Antiques
Balmuir House Antiques
Arcadia Antiques
Jester Antiques
Brownrigg Interiors

Activities

Westonbrit The National Arboretum(Walking)

Places to Stay near Tetbury

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Priory Inn (0.08 miles)

Priory Inn
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Converted from ancient stables, The Priory Inn is a privately owned hotel and restaurant which deserves its local reputation and loyal following - the true heart of Tetbury.

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Chipping 1 (0.18 miles)

Chipping 1

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A beautiful self catering or b&b's, shabby chic apartment, sleeping 6 people, one double bedroom, two twin bedrooms, designed by photographer Lena Proudlock with lots of Nordic touches.They are part ... More

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The Ormond At Tetbury (0.18 miles)

The Ormond At Tetbury

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The Ormond At Tetbury is at the heart of the beautiful Cotswold town of Tetbury and is perfectly situated for touring the local attractions. We ... More

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Close Hotel (0.19 miles)

Close Hotel

In the delightful market town of Tetbury, surrounded by the stunning countryside of the Cotswolds, this beautiful 16th century town house has a new bar, a restaurant and 15 elegant en suite rooms. Originally built in ... More | visit website

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Royal Oak Inn (0.30 miles)

Royal Oak Inn

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Situated in the beautiful Cotswold town of Tetbury, in the heart of Gloucestershire, this 300 year old building remains a traditional English pub serving top quality ales and delicious home-cooked food.
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Snooty Fox (0.31 miles)

Snooty Fox

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This quintessential English inn in the heart of the market town of Tetbury offers a snug bar, inviting bistro and carefully refurbished bedrooms with en suite bathrooms.
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Folly Farm B & B (0.55 miles)

Folly Farm B & B

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Folly Farm is ideally situated in the South Cotswolds within walking distance of Tetbury which is renowned for its many antique shops, delightful restaurants, teashops and English pubs. We are near ... More

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The Great Tythe Barn (0.55 miles)

The Great Tythe Barn
Tucked away on the outskirts of the historic town of Tetbury, Folly Farm has 11 Cotswold stone cottages that have been converted from time-mellowed workshops, cowbyres and wool stores. They have many interesting features ... More | visit website
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Hare and Hounds Hotel (2.52 miles)

Hare and Hounds Hotel

Luxury 4* accommodation in the Cotswolds.

The newly refurbished Hare and Hounds Hotel at Westonbirt near Tetbury is the perfect choice for anyone seeking Cotswold accommodation in a traditional English country hotel. It is set ... More | visit website

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Calcot Manor Hotel (3.14 miles)

Calcot Manor Hotel

A charming English farmhouse, elegantly converted into a stylish hotel offering 35 beautifully and individually furnished bedrooms and suites, located within the main hotel and within cleverly converted barns and cottages.
Perefect for exploring the Cotswolds ... More | visit website

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