To the south of Cirencester and the “Southern gateway to the Cotswolds”, Tetbury is famous for its incredible architecture dating back to the 16th and 17th century wool trade. It’s grade 1 listed Market House is an iconic part of the town which has held regular markets for centuries. Markets today occur on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
The historic wool town of Tetbury is the second-largest Cotswold town. It’s home of HRH Prince Charles the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall. One of the most iconic views in Tetbury are the cobbled Chipping Steps that are flanked by weavers cottages.
Tetbury is the perfect place to visit for wonderful architecture, independent boutique shops, gorgeous hotels and delicious restaurants.
What to do in Tetbury
- Visit The Royal Gardens at Highgrove House
- Climb the Chipping Steps
- Visit The Parish Church of St.Mary The Virgin
What to do near Tetbury
- Westonbirt Arboretum
Where to Stay
There is plenty of choice when it comes to accommodation in Tetbury with luxury hotels like Calcot Hotel & Spa, country house hotels like the Close hotel and places like The Priory Inn offering year-round great value. Tetbury also offers a wide variety of self-catering accommodation for those wanting a little more privacy.
Where to Park
There is free parking in the Old Railyard GL8 8DG daily and overnight. Old Brewery Lane GL8 8LL and West Street GL8 8LL offers pay and display parking and are free after 3pm (neither have disabled spaces). The Chipping GL8 8EU is a pay and display car park and has 2 disabled spaces.
Public Toilets in
There are free public toilets in Tetbury in The Chipping GL8 8ES open 8am – 7pm in the summer and 8am-6pm in the winter. They have disabled facilities but no baby changing. The public toilets on West Street GL8 8LL are open 8am – 7pm in the summer and 8am-6pm in the winter and have both disabled and baby changing facilities.
Tetbury businesses we love
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Places to discover nearby
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