The Gateway, Cirencester

Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 1PQ

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All homes are now sold, however we are building new homes just around the corner in Fairford.

Combining the best of both worlds in between Cirencester and Swindon, Fairford Gate offers plenty of open green spaces and a superb mix of high quality render and stone finished Cotswold homes. With 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes built to high specification you'd expect from a Bloor home, Fairford Gate is the perfect place to put down roots.

Nick and Jenn find The Gateway to a new life in Cirencester

Nick and Jenn find The Gateway to a new life in Cirencester

A couple say they have found the perfect place for young professionals after buying a home at a new housing development in Cirencester. Read more

Local artist displays Cirencester prints in showhome

Local artist displays Cirencester prints in showhome

Local artist Tracey Elphick is showcasing three of her best-loved prints of Cirencester life at a new homes development in the town. Read more

Archie’s bedroom design takes pride of place in showhome

Archie’s bedroom design takes pride of place in showhome

A bedroom designed by an imaginative eight-year-old has been brought to life by Bloor Homes in one of its showhomes. Read more


The Area Near The Gateway in Cirencester

This high quality development of two, three and four bedroom homes gives you the chance to experience Cotswold country living at its finest.

Fine food, wine and dining

Cirencester caters for all tastes from 17th Century Inns, cosy pubs, quaint brasseries, speciality coffee shops, eclectic bistros, delis, wine bars... the choice goes on.

Following a huge restoration project, The Kings Head Hotel has reopened boasting a spa and its position right in the centre of the market place makes it a desirable place to stay.

Made by Bob has put Cirencester on the foodie map. Masterminded by Bob Parkinson, who trained at Bibendum in South Kensington, London, this relaxed deli and brasserie prides itself on first-rate ingredients.

Tucked away in the Stableyard off Black Jack Street, Jesse’s Bistro is much loved for its looks (all beams and exposed stone) and modern British cuisine.

Traditional Cotswold restaurants and tea shops cater for all tastes and can be found extensively throughout the Cotswolds region, each with its own style and specialty.

Outstanding education

There is a choice of primary schools within walking distance, and Cirencester has two excellent comprehensive schools in Cirencester Deer Park, a specialist Technology and Arts College, and Cirencester Kingshill. Powell's CofE Primary School was described as an “outstanding school” in its most recent OFSTED report.

Post 16 Education is well catered for by Cirencester College, offering A-levels, International Baccalaureate and national diplomas. An Adult Education programme offers the usual - modern languages, photography - and the more unusual - calligraphy and bird-watching for beginners.

Those wishing to get in touch with their inner farmer can study foundation, undergraduate and postgraduate degrees at the Royal Agricultural University, the oldest established agricultural college in the English-speaking world.

So much to see and do in and around Cirencester

The Gateway in Cirencester is perfectly located for exploring the many other Cotswold towns and villages on the doorstep. These include:

Bibury - a charming village just a short drive from Cirencester.  Home to Arlington Row, a row of weavers cottages built of local stone next to the River Coln, the Bibury Trout Farm and the Saxon Church. Arlington Row makes one of the most picturesque scenes you will find in the Cotswolds.

Bourton-on-the-Water - often referred to as the "Venice of the Cotswolds" because the River Windrush runs right through the centre. There is much to see at Bourton on the Water, suitable for visitors of all ages and so families often make their way there. The Model Village is a mini replica of the village itself, Birdland Park and Gardens offers woodland, river and gardens inhabited by over 500 birds, and the Cotswold Motor Museum takes you on a journey right through 20th Century automobiles.

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New homes registered for construction hits highest level in years

The number of new homes registered for construction in Britain has risen to its highest level since the financial crisis, according to the latest statistics by the National House Building Council (NHBC).

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