The Fishery is located on the outskirts of the village of South Cerney, which is a thriving Cotswold Village only 3 miles from the market town of Cirencester. The centre of South Cerney is a short drive away and boasts 3 Public houses, The George, The Oak and the Eliot Arms. There is also a Post office, newsagents, Londis general store, fish and chip shop and an indian restaurant.
Cirencester - The “Capital of the Cotswolds" is only 3 miles away and has the unmistakable air of a lively market town. Its street market, held in the large and impressive Market Place, is still a colourful twice-weekly feature of town life. The town's origins lie in the Roman period when it was one of the regional capitals of Roman Britain. The Corinium Museum in the town tells this story, displaying reconstructions of how life was in Roman Cirencester, then known as Corinium Dobunnorum.