Nestled in the Cotswolds, Tetbury is a picturesque market town boasting beautifully preserved wool merchant houses and a splendid 17th-century Market Hall. The high street is lined with with chic boutiques and independent retailers, including an array of antique shops. Many of these outlets hold a Royal Warrant. A lovely place to wander and admire the classic Cotswold architecture, Tetbury is also home to a variety of cafes, tea shops and traditional pubs.
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Holfords of Westonbirt
More widely known as Westonbirt School and Westonbirt Prep School, the house and gardens are open to the public on selected dates from April to October. The grand building is a stunning example of 19th-century architecture, and offers a fascinating insight into the career and interests of prodigious and cultured Victorian millionaire Robert Stayner Holford. Visitors can also explore the spectacular Italian gardens, Camellia House and chapel.
Find out more at www.holfordtrust.com
Immerse yourself in the National Arboretum, home to some 3,000 different species of trees from across the globe. Managed by the Forestry Commission, this fascinating attraction offers the opportunity to explore 600 acres of landscape, discovering rare and beautiful trees, shrubs and plants. Renowned internationally for its autumn displays, Westobirt offers something special at all times of the year, with a varied calendar of workshops and family activities on selected dates.
Find out more at www.forestry.gov.uk/westonbirt