Tetbury Upton is the largest Parish area in the Cotswold District and unlike most other parishes, it is entirely rural. The 263 registered electors occupy 142 properties that almost completely encircle the Market Town of Tetbury. It includes the settlements of:
Charlton Down Covert
Tetbury Boundary falls within the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and much of it is within a conservation area.
The Parish contains many working farms and estates including Duchy Home Farm and Highgrove House home of the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall and birthplace of Duchy Originals.
The majority of the buildings in the parish are in the typical Cotswold vernacular style. There are 26 Grade 2 listed buildings including Highgrove House and most of the settlement of Tetbury Upton. Upton House its self is Grade 2 listed and Doughton Manor is Grade 1 listed.