Truly, truly, I say to you, blessed are those who make the taxing climb to the peak of Gumstool Hill, for they shall be rewarded with stunning views of Tetbury and its many attractions; quaint medieval buildings, splendid Tetbury hotels, fascinating museums, peaceful farms, the silvery Ingleburn River, and a lot more. Find the perfect hotel for you with great member benefits by booking exclusively with HotelClub.
The 'lot more' includes Woolsack Day, when intrepid competitors race, nay, lumber up and slither down Gumstool Hill whilst carrying a 27-kilo bag of wool. The pillared, 17th century Market House, and the wool merchant's houses, many looking as they did 300 years ago, attest to Tetbury's lengthy love affair with wool. The breathtaking beautiful 18th century Parish Church of St. Mary The Virgin, its Georgian Gothic structure topped by the fourth-tallest spire in England is worth a visit.
For such a small place, Tetbury sure packs in a lot of antique shops. Most are found along Long Street, others on Church and New Church Streets. The Westonbirt Arboretum dates back to the Victorian times, and hosts a wide variety of plants from all corners of the globe. The stunningly beautiful Highgrove Gardens have a two-year waiting list;you could try talking to Prince Charles, whose Highgrove residence is nearby, and see if he could wangle you a place higher on the list.
International jetsetters arriving at London Heathrow Airport can hop a connecting flight to Bristol, site of the nearest airport or take the rail/air link bus from Heathrow to Reading Stationthen first great western to Kemble, site of the nearest railway station.
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