Tetbury, a gem in the Cotswolds
Tetbury boasts an impressive mixture of independent shops, restaurants and coffee shops and is a beloved haunt for artists, poets and writers. Renowned for its unrivalled offering of antique shops and art galleries, Tetbury is steeped in a rich history yet embraces a progressive, contemporary feel.
The Cotswolds are almost synonymous with antiques, offering the broadest choice available outside of London. Tetbury is internationally famous for its range of antique shops and dealers based in this market town.
Tetbury is an ideal base from which to explore the beautiful Cotswolds. It’s easily accessible, being just over two hours’ drive from London, or a three-hour train ride away. The nearest railway station is Kemble which is 15 minutes away by car/taxi. And of course Tetbury itself is well-serviced by regular buses.
So much to explore...
The beautiful Cotswolds area covers almost 800 square miles and is known for its quintessentially English feel. Running through five counties (Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire, Wiltshire, Worcestershire and Oxfordshire) it’s an eclectic blend of market town and rolling countryside. While each town has its own identity, the ubiquitous golden stone retains that unmistakable Cotswold character.
Some visitors use their short break in the Cotswolds to relax and unwind at a slightly slower pace of life, while the more adventurous are spoilt for choice with a wealth of hikes, cycle paths and watersports. Explore historic houses and gardens such as Berkeley Castle, Sudely Castle, Highgrove or Blenheim Palace, or marvel at the majesty of nature at Westonbirt or Batsford Arboretum.
Romance, history, beauty and style come together effortlessly at The Surveyor’s House to create a magical, memorable getaway.