There are many reasons why you may be considering a visit to the Chipping Campden area. Its Cotswold charm attracts people of all ages for relaxing short breaks, or as a base for touring the beautiful Cotswolds.
Chipping Campden nestles at the northern end of the Cotswold Hills. It is thought its name originated in Saxon times meaning “field” with Chipping prefixed in medieval times referring to a market.
On its High Street the Market Place still stands proud, its stone arches attracting many visitors from across the world. Sheep Street itself leads from the famous Medieval High Street down into Westington with its beautiful thatched cottages and English country gardens, just a 5 minute stroll from both cottages.
A network of footpaths surround the town, including the Cotswold Way and both cottages provide a good supply of maps, walking routes, leaflets & local information to help guests make the most of their visit.
With Chipping Campden as a base within the North Cotswolds, it is easy to explore villages such as Bourton on the Hill, Stow on the Wold, Bourton on the Water, Snowshill, Broadway, Stanton, Stanway, Winchcombe, Moreton in Marsh and many more!