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Chipping Campden, Cotswolds
Broadway (2mls NW), Cotswolds
Evesham (3.5mls E), Cotswolds
Chipping Campden (3mls N), Cotswolds
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Feel like you’ve stepped back in time in one of our holiday cottages in Chipping Campden. This idyllic market town lies within Gloucestershire in the North Cotswolds and is home to what’s largely believed to be one of the prettiest high streets in the country. Along the town’s quaint honey-hued streets you’ll find some of the finest architectural heritage in the area, including its impressive Market Hall, Banqueting House and an array of ancient almshouses with crackling log fires. Stay in one of our Chipping Campden cottages in late May and witness one of the Cotswolds famous traditions, the Robert Dover’s Olimpick Games – the shin kicking and tug of war competitions are big highlights.
Our self-catering accommodation in Chipping Campden makes a perfect base for visiting some of the best Cotswolds beauty spots nearby, such as Broadway Tower with its mesmerising views from the summit, Hidcote Manor Garden with its labyrinth of secret gardens, Sezincote House, and Batsford Arboretum. You’ll also find an abundance of golden-coloured towns and villages that are typical of the Cotswolds area, peppered in the surrounding countryside, including Stow-on-the-Wold, Broadway, Blockley, and Moreton-in-Marsh. And there are plenty of opportunities to don your walking boots too, with the 100-mile Cotswold Way National Trail beginning in the centre of the village.
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