Days out with Hettie - Moreton-in-Marsh

We love visiting the Cotswolds and are just half an hour away from the beautiful town of Moreton- in - Marsh 



Located at the head of the beautiful Evenlode Valley, Moreton in Marsh is a thriving market town . It dates back 1000 years to the Saxon era. The broad High Street is lined with elegant 17th and 18th Century buildings. Moreton’s High Street is lined with elegant Cotswolds stone buildings which house many specialist shops, antique emporiums, tea rooms and delis.


Real British charm . We love  outdoor and country living and our accessories are inspired by the beautiful British countryside around us. Perfect for days out and adventures together .




Who doesn’t love to mooch around the shops , stopping for lunch , or afternoon tea which we love. There are plenty of little tea shops along the high street, and interesting shops too. If you are staying for lunch or dinner you are spoilt for choice. The rail network to the town is excellent , and trains from London will come right into the station at the top of the town.


Martha's coffee house make great scones 



It is also a great meeting spot for all members of the Hettie team to catch up , plan and swap products etc . We all live about half an hour away . We adore the beautiful colour of the cotswold stone and have used it as a location for a few photoshoots. Tom is also a wedding photographer and takes most of our lifestyle shots 


Hettie handbag in Gargrave lilac

Hettie handbag in slate oatmeal  


A great place to meet is the Manor Hotel . Relaxing and welcoming , it is also dog friendly , and a great place to stay if you would like to explore the area. 



iPad case in multi spot wine


Photographing our Kate tote bag in Gargrave lilac




Nearby places we love to visit are Batsford arboretum , and Daylesford Organic Farm , and we will feature both in our Days Out with Hettie series of blogs 


For fans of The Hobbit and Lord of The Rings like us , just on the outskirts of Moreton in Marsh is the Four Shire Stone marking the old meeting point of four counties: Gloucestershire, Warwickshire, Worcestershire and Oxfordshire. It is believed this stone was an inspiration for Tolkien's Three-Farthing Stone, in Lord of the Rings, Tolkien regularly visited the town stopping for refreshments at The Bell Inn, which inspired The Prancing Pony, the pub at Bree in Lord of the Rings.


If you go for a visit , or live nearby we would love to hear your recommendations !



Quintessentially British luxury accessories- for adventures together from rural to city 

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