Guide to Moreton-in-Marsh
The Gloucestershire town of Moreton-in-Marsh is just a stone’s throw away from the picturesque beauty of the Cotswolds, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and one of England’s finest landscapes. Properties in Moreton-in-Marsh come in a range of styles and prices. Newly built detached and semi-detached family homes are popular, along with more traditionally styled terraced houses, many of which were built with golden-coloured Cotswold stone.
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The town’s high street is home to a number of shops, cafes and, above all, pubs. The Bell Inn, The Black Bear Inn, The Swan Inn and The White Hart Royal are all located on the High Street (to name just a few). There are several antique shops, as well as more modern retailers selling homewares and other items. The Cotswold Cheese Company offers a variety of locally sourced produce, all originating from the Cotswold area. The town wouldn’t be complete without its weekly market. Every Tuesday, the market stalls spring to life, bowing under the weight of delicious homegrown fruit and veg and locally sourced meat. Moreton-in-Marsh is also home to the beautiful Manor House, an elegant hotel offering wonderful food, elegantly decorated function rooms, and stunning overnight accommodation. Other eateries in the area including traditional pub-grub establishments and family-run Italians serving delectable home-cooked dishes.
The town is serviced by Moreton-in-Marsh railway station, located on the Cotswold line and operated by Great Western Railway.
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Chancellors Estate Agents’ Chipping Norton branch services the Cotswold area, and has a number of wonderful properties for sale and for let in and around Moreton-in-Marsh. Our advisors are on-hand seven days a week to take your calls, or you can pop in-branch between Monday and Saturday to speak directly to a member of our team.