The 8 best places to live in Gloucestershire
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A seductive combo of rural charm and cosmopolitan chic, Gloucestershire is a picture-perfect choice for a move out of London. Expect highly-acclaimed schools, a year-round arts and festival calendar, great boutiques and breathtaking bucolic settings.
With butterscotch-hued buildings and acres of stately parkland Cirencester is sky high on the good life hit list. It might have a price tag to reflect its brilliant schools and bucolic setting - but it's oh so tempting.
Aching to hightail it from the city but want to have all the arty and foodie perks still, with a bucolic backdrop to boot? Then scenic Stroud is a strong contender (just don't tell everyone else).
If you want your rural idyll with a right royal flavour then Tetbury is famously on-point.
Yearning for roses-around-the-door charm and a quaint high street full of galleries and cosy country pubs? Stow-on-the-Wold isn't cheap, but it's the quintessential Cotswolds.
Fancy an island setting in the Cotswolds? Tewkesbury is big on waterside living if that's your bag. If you're after good value, riverside charm (with loads to do still) this place has it in bucketfuls.
Searching for a pretty-as-a-picture des res that doesn't compromise your arty tendencies? Painswick is at the top of many people's wishlists - whilst it may not be cheap it's as charming as a Cotswold village comes.
Cheltenham Spa gives you one of the poshest postcodes in Glos, with top-drawer schools, leafy Regency streets and an arts, culture and shopping scene to rival the capital. Worthy of the weighty price-tag? Read on to find out.
Looking for the rural dream but with brilliant connections back to London still? Lechlade is a classy choice with great eateries and nature-infused days out.