Tetbury is a small town in the county of Gloucestershire, located on the site of an ancient fort. It is the home of the ancient Tetbury Woolsack Race and contains a number of important landmarks like the Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Police Bygones Museum and Highgrove House. The area is also known for being home to Chavenage House, Westonbirt Arboretum and Market House. It is a three-time winner of the “Best Small Town” awarded by the Heart of England in Bloom. It has been home to a number of famous people including Jake Meyer, Anne Hooper and Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales.
There are a number of small and single-owner businesses in Tetbury including accounting firms, interior designers, builders and building material suppliers, healthcare and medical professionals, environmental agencies, and lawyers, many of which have executive suites in town.
Entertainment And Dining Out
With its proximity to Gloucester, entertainment hotspots such as the Cube Cinema and Vue Cinema are within a stone’s throw of the town. Cotswold Playhouse Theatre is within easy reach while the Sundial Theatre hosts a variety of performing arts events. The Dolphins Dramatic Society also hosts various stage productions throughout the year. Tetbury provides a taste of a variety of cuisines including traditional British cuisine at Trouble House, European food at number Sixty Five and contemporary European and English cooking at The Royal Oak. There is Indian food being served up at Bengal Lancer while The Welcome Chair is known for its modern variations of classic French cooking.
Tetbury has a strong network of local buses providing public transport in and around town. Bristol Airport offers the closest option for international air travel while Kemble Airport is suitable for private aviation needs. Kemble railway station is the town’s closest link to the main railway network.