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New Church CottageTetbury, Tetbury, Cirencester & surrounding villages

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This beautiful bijou townhouse, in the heart of the most stylish town in the Cotswolds, is an absolute gem. Set in the heart of the town and built of mellow Cotswold limestone, the house dates back to Georgian times and forms part of an attractive terrace just around the corner from everything you need.
The bustling market town of Tetbury is currently going from strength to strength and boasts an impressive range of shops, pubs and boutiques, some of which also have outlets in London. It is famed for its particularly good collection of antique and interiors shops and the house reflects this with an upmarket French style. Prince Charles’ country seat of Highgrove is a mile away and his flagship store bearing the same name sits proudly in the centre of the town. Tetbury lies at the southern tip of the Cotswolds, but only fifteen minutes from Cirencester and forty five minutes from Burford, Stow-on-the-Wold and the Roman city of Bath.


Central Heating Electric hob & ovenFridgeHigh ChairParkingSmall selection of books, games and DVDsTelevisionTravel CotWasher/dryer WiFiDog-friendly Bed LinenLog Burner / Open FireMicrowaveTelevision with FreeviewTowels Within walking distance to pub Within walking distance to shop


Ground Floor

The townhouse comprises a delightful sitting room room with antique surround open fire flanked by book shelves and interesting pictures and prints throughout. Games cupboard to keep you busy during winter nights in front of the fire along with Freeview television, comfortable sofa bed sleeping two extra (there is a fold-out table in the utility should you wish to sleep six and all be seated around a table as the kitchen table only seats four). Softly lit lamps and Sanderson fabric bespoke curtains give this room a lovely relaxed feel.

The pretty wooden hand-painted kitchen has a single oven, extractor and gas hob, Iroko worktops, ceramic sink and stylish fixtures and fittings – a lovely place to cook and relax. A scrub top table seats four adjacent to hand-made bespoke “Doggy” print linen blinds with utility cupboard off containing boiler, washer dryer and microwave.

The stairwell is off the sitting room and forms a lovely open feature with wide-width Lewis & Wood wallpaper giving the feel of a “wall painting” from the ground floor.

First Floor

Off the landing is the main bathroom with bath and antique style shower over and rose shower head. Limestone tiles, a bespoke marble vanity cabinet painted in Farrow & Ball “Blue Gray” is adjacent giving plenty of storage both on top and beneath. Velux roof light and LED’s lighting the sink area give this room a lovely feel. The wc area has another book case behind.

The first floor bedroom has a chic French theme with toile and ticking fabrics and sisal flooring, painted wardrobe with inner shelving, vintage upholstered bench seat and television with Freeview discretely hidden in the corner. A beautiful tall sash window gives plenty of light and the French painted antique bed boasts a pretty canopy with Manuel Canovas fabric drapes.

Second Floor

The master bedroom is accessed off the hallway up the “wonky” character staircase and is decorated with a beautiful French “Empire” style king-size bed and mahogany dressing table.

The feeling of space is created by the vaulted attic ceiling with its huge beams and the en-suite shower room has limestone floor and tiles and pretty LED lighting.


The south-east facing courtyard garden is simple but pretty and forms a lovely place to relax in spring and summer and gives a good amount of privacy.

Please note: A £300 refundable security deposit is required for this property.

Need to Know

A high chair and travel cot can be provided upon request.

A welcome basket of logs is provided.

One well behaved dog welcome. Please note an additional £20 charge applies per stay.

Surrounding local area

Within a few hundred yards you will find the local butchers, Hobbs Bakery, classic country pubs and many individual boutique shops, including the Highgrove shop. If you are looking to sample some local cuisine, you will find many cafes, restaurants and tearooms serving delicious local produce. Café 53 with its secluded courtyard garden and the Chef’s Table where you can visit their fishmongers, delicatessen as well as their café/bistro upstairs are both just down the road. There is also a local farmers' market every Wednesday. A little further afield, you will find the Roman town of Cirencester; the home of the Prince of Wales, Highgrove; and the Westonbirt Arboretum, where you can view over 300 specimens of trees set in over 600 acres of land. For the more active amongst us, the Cotswold Water Park is only a short drive away. Here you can enjoy a wide range of water sports as well as walking and cycle paths, fishing and bird watching opportunities.


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