Tetbury is an exquisite little town very far in land near Cirencester. Located in the Cotswolds district, the scenery is marvellous; rolling hills dominate the countryside backdrop and provide a fairy tale atmosphere. Tetbury is an incredibly well kept town with quaint thatched holiday cottages and warm friendly local pubs ready to welcome you in after a long lovely day exploring the Cotswolds. Tetbury is probably best known for its history in the wool business. It has been named an ‘architectural gem’ as many of the elegant woollen industry buildings have been carefully preserved in addition to its superb seventeenth-century market hall.
This Tetbury holiday cottage in Gloucestershireshire, a beautifully converted Cotswold stone barn, is a pet-friendly luxury holiday home with five bedrooms and a courtyard garden with tennis court. Perfect for walking, cycling and driving holidays in the Cotswolds for family or friends.
Hailstone Barn puts you at the heart of Cotswold country, with great walks in every direction and the town of Tetbury on your doorstep. This three bedroom Gloucestershire cottage has been refurbished in a homely and contemporary style, creating a unique holiday home in a very special rural setting.
Tetbury is also home to over twenty-five antique shops which, in addition to tourism, are the town’s main income. It is a highly historic town, perfect for a quiet get away deep into the countryside. There is an inspirational Georgian Gothic church to discover when you’re not outside roaming the greens, which has stayed impressively intact for the last three hundred years. It has the fourth highest spire in England and a fascinating interior, making it well worth a visit. During the summer months the town becomes a riot of flowers as it seeks to add to its impressive collection of awards in the RHS Britain in Bloom competition. As well as all the history that accompanies this town, Tetbury also offers a fabulous array of cafes, bars and restaurants that, like Tetbury, are all intent on entertaining and satisfying you.
Enjoy great days out at nearby attractions such as the National Aboretum or picnics and watersports at the Cotswold Water Park, the largest area of inland water in England. For nature lovers, don't miss the famous Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust site at Slimbridge, while historical buffs should include Berkeley Castle in their itinerary and discover the role if played in influencing England's history.