A Day Out in Tetbury

Yesterday we had a day out in Tetbury, a lovely Cotswold market town that, among other things, is home to Prince Charles’ Highgrove Estate. We didn’t run into any royals—other than the postcard of Prince George that I bought for my six-year old niece, a royal enthusiast—but we did catch the Duke of Beaufort’s Hunt right before it set out. We also tried two new-to-us places, both of which I recommend: The Royal Oak Tetbury, where we stopped for coffee, and The Ormond for lunch. There was also time to drop off a copy of Americashire at the Yellow-Lighted Bookshop, whose charming motto comes courtesy of Van Gogh: “Bookshops aren’t hares, and there’s no hurry.”


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