Best walks in Tetbury

Best walks in Tetbury

Taken from iFootpath:


‘A short circular stroll around the pretty Cotswolds market town of Tetbury, The Cotswolds are well know for their pretty historic towns and Tetbury is no exception, with most of the town’s buildings dating from the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.


The walk follow mainly pavement and tarmax paths with just one short section along a mud path. There are no stiles and just one very simple wide gate. The walk does include some hills both up and down but as long as you’re prepared for the hard work these pose (!) it would be possible to take round a pushchair. Approximate time 1 hour.


The walk starts from the Railway Yard free long stay car park in Tetbury. The car park is accessed from the A433 Bath to Cirencester road. Leaving the centre of Tetbury on the A433 Chipping Street, the car oark us dowb at the bottom of the hill on the right. The car park is open 7am to 8pm. Approximate postcode GL8 8EY,





Walking In Glos website:


There is a variety of walk routes provided on this website. It’s a good site to use as you can choose a route depending on how far you want to walk:





Taken from GPS-Routes:


‘The Cotswolds town of Tetbury has a number of lovely waymarked trails running past it. You can pick these up to explore the attractive countryside surrounding the town and to visit some of the local attractions. This walk makes use of the Monarch’s Way and the Macmillan Way to visit the wonderful Westonbirt Arboretum, the 16th century Chavenage House and the nearby village of Avening. It’s about a 10 mile walk in total with the option of getting the bus back from Avening to Tetbury.

The walk starts at the southern section of the town where you can pick up the Monarch’s Way and head south along Longfurlong Lane towards Westonbirt Arboretum. The arboretum is one of the highlights of the Cotswolds with 600 acres and 15,000 tree specimens to see. It is simply stunning the autumn months.

After exploring the arboretum you then pick up the Macmillan Way and head north towards Beverston. The village is home to a Norman Church and Beverstone Castle which dates from the 12th century.

The path continues north to Chavenage House. The Elizabethan manor house was built in 1576 and is constructed of Cotswold stone. On certain days in the summer months you can tour the house and gardens. Click here for more details.

The final section of the walk takes you through the countryside to Avening. You can then catch the bus back to Tetbury.’


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AA Walk Route:


The AA gives you an hour and a half walk around Tetbury Town and Country: