With its large selection of antique and specialised shops, Tetbury town centre offers the personal touch and a level of service that has long since vanished from many high streets.
Whether it's a special little something for the loved one, an extravagant antique for the hallway, a new outfit for that special occasion, or simply something for the weekend, this bustling traditional market town has the shop for you. There's also a supermarket just half a mile away from Quercus Grange.
Tetbury is steeped in history with the town being home to many listed buildings including the Market House where markets are run twice monthly by local traders and craftspeople.
The town's many hotels, restaurants, cafés and tea rooms offer a mouth-watering range of cuisine to suit all tastes and occasions.
If you enjoy being out and about, why not visit Highgrove Gardens or enjoy a stroll around the 600 acre Westonbrit Aboretum - the perfect setting to escape, relax or have an adventure.
There are a number of schools and colleges in the area, including Marling School and Stroud High School that both offer grammar school education. There is also the independent Westonbirt School that takes girls aged from 11 to 18.
For younger children, St Mary's Primary school is set in the Heart of Tetbury as describes itself as 'a caring, curious and courageous learning family.'
Sir William Romney's in Tetbury is a small academy for 11 - 16 year olds whilst Cirencester College caters for students from 16 years to adult.
Just 12 miles from Junction 17 of the M4 that links Bristol and South Wales to London, Tetbury sits in the heart of the picturesque Cotswolds. The 'capital' of the Cotswolds, Cirencester is just 10 miles away with Junction 13 of the M5 15 miles away. Bath is about 25 miles away and Cheltenham around 30 miles away with the nearest train station with direct links to London, Swindon, Cheltenham and Reading being just eight miles away in Kemble.