Unmissable tourist sites
Tetbury Travel guide
Tetbury : Michelin's recommendations
An elegant little town of silver-grey houses surrounding its market house (1655) and spacious St Mary's Church (18C), a refined interpretation of medieval motifs. Outside the town, on the right-hand side, stands Highgrove, the Prince of Wales' residence.
Tourist attractions Tetbury : Things to see and do
Closter Tetbury GB - Tetbury GL8 8QS
The first trees in the arboretum were planted in 1829 by par Robert Halford. Since then, the vast collection of plants has developed and now includes around 14,000 trees and bushes from the four corners of the earth. The Forestry Commission conduct..
8 Long Street GB - Tetbury GL8 8AQ
Set in the Cotswold market town of Tetbury, this charming town house dates back to 1535 and boasts a restaurant with views of the walled garden and fountain. There is free Wi-Fi and free parking on site. Every room at The Close Hotel is individually..
23 Long Street GB - Tetbury GL8 8AA
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"Located in the centre of Tetbury, The Ormond is a stylish, Cotswold inn. Within easy reach of Westonbirt Arboretum, Highgrove and the market towns of Cirencester and Stroud the hotel provides an ideal base for discovering this area of outstandi..
London Road GB - Tetbury GL8 8JJ
The stylish and friendly Priory Inn is a privately-owned hotel and restaurant, just a few minutes' walk from Tetbury's shops and a 5-minute drive from the National Arboretum at Westonbirt. There is free on-site parking. The family-friendly Priory ha..
Calcot GB - Tetbury GL8 8YJ
Cirencester Rd GB - Tetbury GL8 8SG
Unassuming roadside pub with shabby, homely style, where you'll discover a warm welcome and tasty food. Dishes range from sardines on toast to rib of beef for two. Daily specials usually feature fish.
49 Long St GB - Tetbury GL8 8AA
Glass-fronted deli shop with busy, informal restaurant to the rear; mix of tables and high stools. Daily blackboard menu displays rustic, generous dishes of local, organic produce.
GB - Tetbury GL8 8YJ
Converted farm out-building on the Calcot Estate, which dates back to the 14C. Cooking is seasonal, rustic and hearty, with a wide-ranging menu and extensive daily specials.