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Silver Street, Tetbury

Tetbury is a small market town in Gloucestershire famous for its Royal connections as the home of Prince Charles. It has a wide choice of tea shops, bistros, cafes, pubs and restaurants serving delicious local produce.


Get in[edit]

By car[edit]

By car it is 11 miles north of the M4.

By bus[edit]

There are limited bus services in the area from Stroud and Cirencester.

By train[edit]

Closest rail station is 1 Kemble station in Kemble. The station has frequent services from London Paddington stopping at Reading and Swindon. It continues on to Stroud, Gloucester and Cheltenham.

Get around[edit]



  • Heritage Trail (signboards and plaques around the town). Walk around the town noting the many historic and listed buildings.


  • Tetbury Woolsack Race: 25 May 2020. A run up Gumstool Hill (an extremely steep street) in late May with a sack full of wool with the added benefit of a street fair, entertainers, amusement rides, and food vendors.


There are a good number of antique shops in the town, mainly on Long Street.


The Royal Oak, Priory Inn and Hare & Hounds mentioned below also serve good food. On Church street you will find a couple of coffee shops and bakeries.


  • Royal Oak, 1 Cirencester Rd, GL8 8EY, +44 1666 500021. A grade II listed CAMRA award winning pub with a good choice of ales, beers and a small garden.



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