Chipping Campden is a small town in the far North of Gloucestershire It's a typical small Cotswold town with old buildings built from the local stone. It has a reasonable choice of tea shops, Bistros, Cafes, Pubs and Restaurants.
This is a fine Cotswold town with a large "wool" church and picturesque main street but it's quieter than some similar sized places nearby.
The nearest rail station is Honeybourne, 5.4 miles away and can be reached in under 2 hours from London. Parking is fairly easy.
Easy to walk around.
As well as the church and historic main street there are two famous and historic gardens nearby: at Hidcote Manor Garden, owned and managed by the National Trust, and at Kiftsgate, in private ownership but open to the public.
Walk the Cotswold Way that passes through the town. There is a fine viewpoint on this route about 1 mile west of the town
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