• Morris and Brown Cafe
  • Charlbury station
  • Girl stroking a rabbit at Fairytale Farm
  • Family at Westonbirt Arboretum
  • Worcester Riverside
  • Food at The Harcourt Arms in Stanton Harcourt
Morris and Brown Cafe
Charlbury station
Girl stroking a rabbit at Fairytale Farm
Family at Westonbirt Arboretum
Worcester Riverside
Food at The Harcourt Arms in Stanton Harcourt

Visit Tetbury

  1. The Snooty Fox in Tetbury
    Sitting in the very heart of Tetbury, a Cotswold town of charm and Royal connections, The Snooty Fox is all that a quintessential English Inn should be.
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  2. Tetbury Police Museum and Courtroom
    A historical collection of items used by the police in the Gloucestershire Constabulary.
    1. 2 Jan 202431 Dec 2024
  3. Visit Tetbury website
    Go to the Visit Tetbury website
  4. Tetbury Goods Shed Arts Centre
    The Goods Shed is a vibrant arts centre and cafe in Tetbury. Based in a stunning Victorian railway building set in a park, it features live music, cinema nights and craft workshops.
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  5. Close Hotel
    Located in the heart of Tetbury alongside antique shops, boutiques and the Royal Highgrove shop, lies The Close. This dog-friendly hotel is home to 18 stylish and characterful bedrooms as well as a lively bar and rosette-awarded restaurant which looks out onto the beautifully-manicured garden.
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  6. Tetbury Goods Shed
    The Whistle Stop Cafe at Tetbury Goods Shed is open from 10am until 4pm, Wednesday to Sunday. Seating is available outside, in our newly refurbished Finnish Railway Carriage and in the art gallery in the auditorium. Sadly we are currently offering only a weekend takeaway service until restrictions are lifted.
    1. 1 Jan 202431 Dec 2024
  7. The Priory Inn
    Rated as Tetbury’s best value hotel & one of the UK’s top 10 child-friendly hotels. Our idyllic Cotswold setting is the perfect place to recharge your batteries in ultimate comfort.
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  8. Sassy & Boo, Tetbury
    Sassy and Boo in Tetbury is an independent ladies wear boutique where you’ll find a range of beautiful clothing and accessories.
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  9. Tetbury Church
    Built in 1777-1781 in Georgian Gothic-style. Spire is 4th highest in England measuring at 186ft, part of the old medieval church. Recently restored to basic 18thC line.
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  10. Lily Antiques, Tetbury
    We offer carefully chosen decorative antiques specialising in rustic pottery from Italy and Spain. Whether you are looking to make a statement, share as a gift or just love them as we do.
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  11. Top Banana Antiques
    A huge range of decorative antiques, interiors, inspiration and collectables in the heart of the Cotswolds town of Tetbury.
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  12. Taylor Black Jewellery
    Jewellery designer, maker and seller of delicate fine jewellery in the heart of Tetbury.
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  13. Westonbirt Arboretum (Paul Groom)
    Planning on visiting the amazing Westonbirt Arboretum?...If so, click here to get the latest information direct from the official Cotswolds tourism site!
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  14. Quayles Cornerhouse in Tetbury
    Quayles Cornerhouse - elegant, distinctive and individual bar and bistro situated right in the heart of the beautiful Cotswolds town of Tetbury.
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  15. Highgrove Gardens
    Highgrove is the private home of Their Royal Highnesses The King Charles III and The Queen Consort. Guided garden tours are available and must be pre-booked.
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  16. Chavenage House
    Uniquely interesting Elizabethan manor with Cromwellian associations and adjacent chapel. Furniture, tapestries and relics from 17th century. Medieval barn, ghost stories and legends.
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St Oswald's Church at Widford (photo Helena Sylvester)