Tetbury Hotels

Tetbury found in the Gloucestershire Cotswolds has 1300 years of recorded history dating back to 681 when Tetta's Monastery was mentioned in a charter by King Ethelred of Mercia; it is famous for its many antique shops and the proximity to Prince Charles's residence in High Grove. Amongst this ancient backdrop visitors will be delighted by the varied catalogue of Tetbury Hotels providing for the business guest, the leisure traveller, the honey moon couple and the family group.

Tetbury is traditionally an important market town for the Cotswolds as it was here that wool was traded and the town centre is still dominated by the splendid Market House built in 1655, it has a reputation as being an important architectural masterpiece and many of the wool merchant's houses still look as they did 300 years ago.

The town offers an excellent variety of shops many of them are speciality shops providing a wide choice of unusual arts and crafts. They are wonderfully old fashioned and individually owned and provide shoppers with personal attention and a level of service long since vanished from the many high street chains. Several of the Tetburys's retailers have received national awards for excellence and the visitor will notice that many bear the Prince of Wales feather as a sign that they hold the royal Warrant.

It is a vibrant and lively town and home to a vast selection of choice tea shops, bistros, pavement cafes, pubs, wine bars and designer restaurants hosting international cuisines and fine wines. The Parish Church of St Mary the Virgin has recently undergone extensive renovations restoring it to its original 18th century splendour; its church spire is the fourth highest in England. The area has been used for various filming shoots, Chavenage House near Tetbury was the filming location for the BBC's ''Lark Rice to Candelford'' and ''Tess of the D''Urbervilles''.

The Westonbirt Arboretum is 1.5 miles outside the town and High grove Gardens is not far away where 23,000 people visit the gardens each year. It is an area graced by royalty and it is not unusual to spot Camilla and Charles visiting the local merchants. The Tetbury Hotels offer a wonderful collection of architectural styles to house their comprehensive offerings and are designed to suit the most discerning of tastes.

The Tetbury Hotels may once have been historic Coaching Inns and present mounting blocks outside entrances that are quaintly low where heads must bow to enter into halls hosting uneven flagged floors and crackling open log fires, timber walls are bowed and the ceilings beamed, welcomes are warm and check in is processed seamlessly. En suite bedrooms are individually designed and offer antique four poster beds, lavish bathrooms pamper and offer signature toiletries.

The business hotels offer easy access to motorways and business centres and present modern images and are home to high tech communication systems, they offer guests a range of venues that may be configured to suit a variety of functions and events and are companioned with business centers. Modern dining rooms offer buffet breakfasts and all day dining home to western menus and a selection of take away items. Further convenience is offered through airport transfer and concierge services.

Flanking the town with country aspects are the luxury country hotels, these may be cloaked in historic buildings and approached via sweeping driveways through acres of manicured grounds home to challenging golf courses, horse riding, hiking trails and walking paths. Signature Spas boast indulgent treatment rooms and therapeutic massages, body wraps and facials in tranquil surroundings promising total renewal of mind, body and soul.

The Tetbury Hotels provide picturesque locations, individually designed accommodations, gourmet dining and exemplary service guaranteeing returns.
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