Minchinhampton is situated within an 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty', immediately west of Cirencester and between Tetbury to the south and Stroud to the north. With its unspoilt High Street, Market House and 17th century church with distinctive "coronet" tower, Minchinhampton is a classic example of a traditional Cotswold market town. With its popular primary school, medical centre, dental surgery, library and shops, Minchinhampton is a vibrant community which attracts both families and the retired, has three challenging golf courses in the immediate vicinity, tennis, cricket and rugby clubs, as well as numerous societies. A particular attraction is the adjacent Minchinhampton Common, over 500 acres in the care of the National Trust on the opposite side of which is Beaudesert Park, one of the region's most sought after private schools.
Minchinhampton is about 15 minutes drive from Kemble Station from where services to Paddington are scheduled from 75 minutes, while Cirencester is equally convenient. Colloquially known as capital of the Cotswolds, Cirencester has an outstanding range of independent retailers and from there it is dual carriageway to Swindon and Junction 15 of the M4 motorway for London or Heathrow Airport. Bath and Bristol, in the opposite direction, are also very accessible from Minchinhampton.
The Minchinhampton Office serves the town and adjacent towns and villages in the south-west of the Cotswold region, including Tetbury and down to the Severn Vale in close co-operation with its sister offices at Stroud and Painswick and The Mayfair Office in central London.
Tel. 01453 886334
3 High Street, Minchinhampton GL6 9BN