Chipping Campden Hotels Bed and Breakfast Cottages Inns
Chipping Campden in Gloucestershire Cotswolds England UK was in the past a thriving and very wealthy market wool town. It now boasts one of the most popular villages with tourists in the Cotswolds. It has a good variety of accommodation in the form of hotels, B&B's, holiday cottages and inns. The village is particularly endowed with a good selection of restaurants and tea shops.
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Chipping Campden Hotels
The Kings Hotel
The Kings Hotel is a charming 18th century building boasting distinctive and stylish accommodation. Sympathetic and careful renovation means guests can enjoy all the modern day comforts they need yet still soak up the character and history of the Cotswold stone building.
Nestled in the heart of picturesque Chipping Campden, it is the perfect location to for you to experience the beauty of the Cotswolds.
Kings combines traditional character with contemporary style to create a relaxed and welcoming home away from home for every guest, whether for business or pleasure. The dedicated team at Kings draw on a wealth of experience to ensure your stay will be memorable and comfortable.
Our 14 stylish main house bedrooms are all delightfully individual in design, our five cottage rooms are newly renovated to the highest standards with luxurious furnishings and lavish bathrooms. Located in the cottage, these rooms are luxuriously and individually decorated and include WiFi access, TV, tea and coffee facilities and hairdryer.
Cottage Feature Suite - 1 King bed, a feature bath, an en suite feature wet-room and
a comfortable seating area.
Cottage Master room - 1 Queen bed, an en suite feature wet room and a seating area with sofa.
Cottage Classic room - 1 Double bed and an en suite feature wet room with shower or bath.
Located in the main house and individually decorated. Views over the garden or main square of Chipping Campden. All rooms have a TV, tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryer and WiFi connectivity.
King Room - 1 King Bed, large and airy with an en suite bathroom and comfortable seating area. The room can accommodate a sofa bed for one child on request.
Queen Room - 1 Queen Bed with an en suite shower room or bathroom and comfortable seating area.
Standard Room - 1 Double bed with an en suite bathroom.
Compact Standard Room - 1 Double bed with an en suite shower room or bathroom
- please request when booking.
Please check our website for room availability and tariff - thank you
The Kings Arms Hotel
The Square, Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, GL55 6AW
The ancient manor of Charingworth lies in the beautiful, gently rolling countryside of the Cotswolds. Set in attractive gardens and overlooking a 54 acre estate, you can enjoy peace and tranquillity against a backdrop of breathtaking views that take in over 5 counties.
This beautiful Manor’s old world charm has been preserved during modernisation with the addition of a delightful leisure club, heated indoor pool, gym and excellent meeting facilities.
The entire ground floor has been extensively refurbished and the bar, restaurant, reception and two lounge areas now offer the utmost luxury and country house charm, with stunning antiques and roaring fireplaces. The restaurant has 2 AA Rosettes and offers excellence in cuisine.
Both atmospheric and relaxing, Charingworth Manor is an excellent choice of venue for meetings, leisure breaks, fine dining and weddings.
For Tariff Details Contact Charingworth Manor Guide Price: £150.00 Per Room
Charingworth Manor, Charingworth, Nr Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, GL55 6NS
Perched high above the village of Broadway, with fabulous views across the Cotswolds, Dormy House is the perfect rural retreat. Think cosy corners, log fires and sumptuous interiors. A bit like home, but better.
Originally a 17th century farmhouse, Dormy House is a lesson in fine design. It’s only when you step inside that you begin to understand what the Dormy is really about. Contemporary design meets Cotswold chic. It’s a relaxing place where you’re encouraged to kick off your shoes and put your feet up. After all, that’s what the furniture is for.
House Spa has a serious mission and a light-hearted touch. (Signs remind you to “Switch off your mobile phone and come to your senses.”) Indulgent treatments are designed to bring noticeable health benefits; and you will be able to swim and gym to your heart’s content.
Dormy House has long been at the centre of the Cotswold’s gastronomic map with two delicious dining experiences. The Garden Room restaurant proves that fine dining doesn’t have to be fussy while next door The Potting Shed is all about great local grub.
Staying at Dormy
The Cotswold’s best-loved boutique hotel has bedrooms to knock your socks off. They’re relaxed, they’re glamorous, and we think they make us the chicest farmhouse in the Cotswolds.
Each of the hotel’s 38 en-suite rooms has been individually designed by leading interior specialist Todhunter Earle and blends classic country charm with contemporary style. And while each room has its own personality, they are all elegantly informal and ooze with understated opulence.
All our gorgeous guestrooms and splendid suites have a very keen eye for detail, so expect fresh flowers, fine linen and fantastic room service. After all it’s what fantastic rooms deserve.
We have stunning Cotswold bedrooms for every mood. Whether you want to go traditional in the main farmhouse, private and secluded, super stylish, or rustic in Rose Cottage, there’s a room waiting for you.
On the ground floor guests can lounge around an 16 metre infinity pool (if that isn’t an oxymoron) while upstairs you can graze in the sumptuous new glass pavilion while the Cotswold wildlife gazes back. There’s also a state of the art gym with personal trainers waiting to get you buff, but if that sounds like hard work why not head to the Veuve Cliquot Nail Bar to get your fingernails buffed instead.
As everybody knows luxury spas are all about luxury treatments and with more than 50 to choose from you just might work-up a sweat deciding where to begin. We have teamed up with the botanical whizz-kids at Temple Spa to create a range of ethical treatments so you can enjoy sin-free indulgence which doesn’t cost the earth.
The Fish is a new kind of country hotel. We’re affordable but not budget, stylish but not pretentious, and outdoorsy but just as happy to stay in and put our feet up by the fire. With 400 acres of spectacular private estate countryside on our doorstep, a host of activities to try (from shooting to Segway safaris), and all the glories of the Cotswolds within easy reach, The Fish is your back-to-nature bolt-hole with a little touch of luxury.
Our 67 contemporary country bedrooms are spread throughout our three freshly refurbished buildings – The Farmhouse, The Outhouse and The Stables. Whether you cosy up in a Standard, plump for Superior, or treat yourself to one of our four spacious Junior Suites, you’re assured modern, Scandi-style rustic comfort, from the Shaker pegs to the tea tin...
Room prices start from only £99.00 per night including a hearty full English breakfast.
Overseen by Head Chef Mark Coleman, The Fish’s restaurant is a light, bright and welcoming spot to enjoy fresh, British seasonal dining – breakfast, lunch and dinner. Help yourself to our ‘gastro-buffet’ or order à la carte from the bar menu, and match your meal with a sommelier-selected wine or local craft ale. Don’t miss our long and lazy Sunday lunches, and make sure you’re in the bar in time for afternoon tea...
With such inspiring surroundings, The Fish makes a knockout venue for meetings, conferences, events and away-days. Our five purpose-built meeting rooms, accommodating up to 120, have been revamped and kitted out with everything you might need in terms of tech. And when it’s time to down tools, our Estate activities and bar can take turns with the team building...
With sweeping views over the Vale of Evesham, The Fish sits at the heart of Farncombe Estate, an idyllic 400-acre patchwork of field and woodland. This is far from the middle of nowhere, however; the postcard village of Broadway is a few minutes’ drive (or pull on your wellies and take the half-hour scenic route), and within easy reach of Cheltenham, Oxford, and all the chocolate-box towns of the Cotswolds...
The Fish Hotel
Simply put, Foxhill is a private manor-house hotel in the Cotswolds (2.9 miles from Chipping Campden), with eight unique bedrooms and suites. But that doesn’t quite do it justice. A Grade-II listed Arts and Crafts country home refreshed and revitalised for the 21st century, Foxhill Manor is a new type of stay: all the character and charm of a boutique-hotel hideaway, served up with heartfelt personal service and an easygoing at-home atmosphere. Trust us, you’ll love it.
Where is Foxhill Manor?
Our manor is set within its own little grounds on the 400-acre woodland estate of Farncombe, in the Cotswolds, a lazy stroll from the pretty village of Broadway and a couple of minutes’ drive from our big-sister hotel, Dormy House. We’re about an hour and a half out of London by car.
What’s included in the room rate?
Almost everything. As well as your room, the rate covers a full breakfast, snacks and drinks throughout the day, and all sorts of other little surprises. It also includes a shuttle service to and from Dormy House or Broadway village, as well as the dedicated attention of your personal host who is on hand at the front desk 24 hours a day and daily housekeeping and turn-down service. The only things you need to pay extra for are lunch, dinner or any bottles you happen to pluck from the Foxhill wine cellar.
Also included in the rate for Foxhill Manor guests is the option to whizz up the hill to Dormy House to use the House Spa (treatments are extra) – we’ll take you up and back, so no need to worry about avoiding a glass or two in the Champagne nail bar if it takes your fancy.
Hotel stays are available Tuesday to Saturday. Exclusive use is available 7-days a week.
Is dinner available?
Of course! Our chef will creates a four-course menu every-day from local farmed and foraged fair. However, you can go ‘off-piste’ and ask Chef to whip up anything you particularly like. (Our motto at Foxhill is: ‘whatever you fancy, wherever you fancy it’.) You can eat in our cosy restaurant, in your room or suite, or pop up to sister hotel Dormy House for a meal at either of the restaurants there.
Foxhill Manor is a Dog Friendly Hotel
Rates from £295.00 per night - see our website for further details
FOXHILL MANOR, FARNCOMBE ESTATE, BROADWAY, THE COTSWOLDS, WR12 7LJ
Situated close to historic Stratford-Upon-Avon
and the Cotswolds. The pleasure of staying at this delightful
part Tudor manor house is like that of visiting a private home.
It is ideal for a family or a group of 3/5 people. Grade
II listed, the Old Manor stands in over three acres of landscaped
gardens on the edge of the village of Halford midway between
historic Stratford Upon Avon and the beautiful Cotswolds.
The main part of the house was built in the 16th and 17th
centuries. It is partly timbered with the remainder in honey-coloured
Cotswold stone and is owned by William and Jane Pusey. Jane
is a Cordon Bleu cook and if anyone has dietary requirements
she will cater for them.
The manor's gardens slope gently down to the River Stour where
you may fish if you bring your own rods. There is also a hard
The Old Manor House is open all year, has full central heating,
with no smoking in bedrooms. Each bedroom is equipped with
TV's and hair driers and children of all ages are welcome.
Dinner can be provided by arrangement and there are excellent
local pubs and restaurants.
The house is just 10 minutes by car from Stratford-upon-Avon, a few minutes away from Shipston-on-Stour, 15 minutes from Chipping Campden, and 45 minutes from Cheltenham Racecourse.
Double Occupancy from £100.00;
Single Occupancy from £70.00
Special Package Prices for longer stays and low season
Old Manor House, Halford, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire,
Manor Farm in the Cotswolds Farm House Bed and Breakfast
Manor Farm is a beautifully restored and
renovated traditional oak-beamed farmhouse built in 1624 which has been in our family
for 5 generations.
All the character & tradition of a Cotswold farmhouse is complemented
by luxury king-size beds & contemporary bathrooms (with power showers etc.) for
your maximum comfort during your stay. All rooms are en-suite.
It is part of an 800 acre working farm .with Horses, Pedigree Charolais
cattle & sheep. There is an abundance of Wildlife in the surrounding
field & woods..
Manor Farm is an ideal location for exploring the Cotswolds, Stratford
upon Avon, Cheltenham and Oxford.
There is an excellent choice of pubs and restaurants in the surrounding
towns and villages.
The room rate includes a sumptuous breakfasts using fresh produce according to season.
We have plenty of off-road parking and there is no charge!
To set you up for the all important days sightseeing there is the Traditional Manor
Farm Breakfast which means that you can skip lunch!
For all stays of 5 nights or longer we give you a Free Farm Tour from the comfort of our Landrover Discovery where my husband ‘Pup’ will give you a very
entertaining tour of the village and farm which you will not forget in a hurry and
will probably be the highlight of your trip to ‘The Cotswolds’!!
For those who stay a night or two we also try our hardest to fit in a tour for you!
We also have free Internet Access for checking e-mails whilst you are away and Maps/Guides are also available with a comprehensive folder on what to do/where to go!! We can also reserve a table for you at local Restaurants/book Horse riding/Golf etc. and we also have 2 for 1 vouchers for local tourist attractions.
Brymbo Bed and Breakfast is a comfortable farm building conversion, set in tranquil surroundings in the beautiful Cotswold countryside. Situated close to Stratford upon Avon, Broadway and Chipping Campden, with easy access to Oxford and Cheltenham, it provides an ideal base for walking and touring in the Cotswolds, and visiting the Royal Shakespeare Theatre.
There is a large garden with parking for visitors. Children and well behaved pets are welcome. All accommodation is on the ground floor with full central heating; one of the sitting rooms has an open log fire and the other has panoramic views, whilst the breakfast room shares the views and enjoys the morning sunshine, subject to the English weather of course!!. A traditional or vegetarian cooked breakfast is available, with home made bread and our own preserves.
Our visitors are welcomed with a tray of tea to a friendly informal atmosphere. There is an extensive selection of local information and special tips on where to go and places to eat. If you stay 3 nights or more we offer a complimentary four-wheel-drive tour showing you unusual and interesting places so you can return and explore further at your leisure.
Gene and Barry Jeffrey, Brymbo, Honeybourne Lane, Mickleton, Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, GL55 6PU
Our cottage was once a stable belonging to a village farm which has sadly long gone,
only the orchard remains.
We have restored and extended the thick stone walls to create a large country cottage
offering superb accommodation with all the charms of a bygone age and the luxury of
the most modern facilities.
We have created a perfect place to unwind. Wake up to the sun streaming through your
bedroom window, listen to the birds singing in the cottage gardens below.
Relax and take a late breakfast served in your room, if you wish
or join friends and other guests in our sunny dining room.
Three luxury en-suite (one with Whirlpool bath) Double or Four Poster Bed and Breakfast
All rooms are individually styled with antique furniture and cosy arm chairs, flat screen TV and DVD player, with access to our extensive DVD library, clock radio, hair dryer, hospitality tray with a selection of tea, coffee, biscuits, chocolates and home baking. Warm and cosy in winter and cool in the summer.
All our accommodation is strictly non-smoking, unsuitable for children
and we do not take pets.
Folly Farm Cottage,
Back street, Ilmington,
Warwickshire. CV36 4LJ
Gowers Close is an ancient thatched and beamed cottage in a charming village in the North Cotswolds with large windows looking out onto a glorious garden. Antique furniture, crackling log fires in the inglenook fireplace, walls covered with books and pictures, a grand piano, a sunny terrace under the wisteria for summer breakfasts; a perfect recipe for a relaxing weekend.
There are two pretty bedrooms, one king sized double and one twin, each with a bathroom en suite and tea and coffee making facilities.
They both look out onto the garden and in the summer, wisteria and roses vie with each other to poke into the windows and look at the guests.
Your hosts are John (tall and very amusing) and Judith (great cook, music -lover and garden writer), and welcoming committee is Daisy (bearded collie and waggy tail). The atmosphere is very relaxed, many guests returning year after year. Great breakfasts, with home-produced or locally-sourced food, are served from the Aga in the kitchen/dining room whilst the award-winning local pub, the Wykham Arms, serves delicious suppers and is only 100 yards away.
You can expect peace and quiet, comfy beds, laughter, music, and lots of lovely walks to give you a good appetite. Gardening advice, cuttings and seedlings are all part of the treat
Location - 14 miles from Chipping Campden Sibford Gower is 3/4 mile south of the B4035 between Banbury and Chipping Campden, 7 miles west from M40 (Junction 11).
The House has a thatched porch and is in Main Street on the same side as the Church and Primary School, near the cross roads.
Accommodation One double bedroom and one twin bedroom, both en suite, from £80.00 per night.
Single occupancy £50.00.
Dinner (minimum of 4 people) £28 for four courses.
We are not licensed so please bring your own wine.
Judith Hitching and John Marshall
GOWERS CLOSE, Sibford Gower, Oxfordshire. OX15 5RW
This unique accommodation was once the dry-loading bay for a historic water mill and retains original features including exposed beams and huge mill windows. The peaceful Warwickshire village of Tredington is ideally situated between the Cotswolds and Shakespeare country, with ten National Trust properties and many other artistic and cultural centres within 20 miles.
The large rooms are very light and airy and fully central heated, so they feel cosy even in mid-winter. All rooms have exceptional views either up to the church or over the mill pool. The accommodation is on two floors: The living room, kitchen/dining room, and WC are on the first level. On the next floor there are one double and one twin/double bedroom. The bathroom has a shower over the bath.
Bring your canoe and go for a paddle or take a bottle of wine up to the weir and watch out for the local wildlife, the island is yours – with the odd chicken or two!
Tredington village is surrounded by quiet countryside in a conservation area. It has a mediaeval church filled with reminders of centuries of history, remarkable period architecture, and a children’s playground. The pub has a comprehensive food menu and garden.
The historic market town of Shipston-on-Stour is two miles away – for restaurants, take-aways, pubs, supermarkets, banks, post office, chemist, a leisure centre, and a wide variety of small shops.
Access is easy from the M40 at Warwick. There are nearby rail stations – both Stratford-on-Avon (for Birmingham) and Moreton-in-Marsh (for London) are only eight miles away. Tredington is on a local bus route.
Owners, Sally and Jonathan, live next door. We are happy to help with enquiries or local information, and welcome Pool View residents into the garden. We will always respect your privacy. Children are welcome - but they do need to be supervised near the river.
See our Web site for more details and pictures, together with prices & availability. We can be flexible on dates for longer/shorter stays when possible.
● Sleeps four ● Off-road parking for one car ● Friday changeover ● WiFi
● Central heating ● Bed linen and towels ● TV ● iPod docking ● DAB radio ● Dishwasher ● Microwave ● Fridge Freezer ● Washing machine/tumble drier ● No Pets ● No Smoking
Tariff: from £300 per week – shorter breaks possible
Sally & Jonathan Ward
The Mill, Tredington, Shipston-on-Stour, Warwickshire, CV36 4NQ
Part of an 18th century water mill in the quiet Warwickshire village of Tredington,
Puddle Cottage is in a charming riverside location with its own secluded garden and steps leading down to the mill stream.
Recently completely restored, this well-appointed cottage is on the edge of the Cotswold Hills and ideally placed for exploring Shakespeare Country. Tredington is surrounded by quiet countryside in a conservation area. It has a mediaeval church filled with reminders of centuries of history, remarkable period architecture, and a pub with comprehensive food menu and garden. The village also has a children’s playground.
The historic Market Town of Shipston-on-Stour is two miles away for restaurants, take-aways, pubs, supermarkets, banks, post office, chemist, a leisure centre, and many small shops for fresh produce.
Access is easy from the M40 at Warwick or by rail – stations at Moreton-in-Marsh (for London) and Stratford-on-Avon (for Birmingham) are both eight miles away. Tredington is on the local bus route.
In this peaceful retreat, French windows open onto a courtyard garden with a table and chairs – the perfect spot to catch the sun and enjoy an evening drink with an unspoilt view that can include anything from kingfishers to swans, herons and even sometimes otters. The mill stream means that Puddle Cottage is not suitable for unsupervised children, but well behaved pets are welcome.
The centrally heated, non smoking accommodation retains many original features including exposed beams. It is on three floors. There is a fully fitted kitchen (electric hob and oven), dining area seating four, and lounge space with a widescreen TV on the ground floor. The first floor sleeps two in a double room with a separate shower room/WC. On the top floor there is a twin/double bedroom sleeping two, connecting to an en-suite bathroom, with a shower over the bath.
See our Web site for more details and pictures, together with prices and availability.
Features as follows:-
● Sleeps four ● Off-road parking for one car ● Pets welcome ● No smoking ● WiFi
● Central heating ● Duvets with linen & towels ● iPod docking/DAB radio ●
● TV ● Washing machine & tumble drier ● Dishwasher ● Microwave ●
Tariff: from £300 per week – shorter breaks possible
Sally & Jonathan Ward
The Mill, Tredington, Shipston-on-Stour, Warwickshire, CV36 4NQ
Honeypot Cottages offers a delightful selection of holiday cottages, in and around the Cotswold market town of Chipping Campden, Broadway and surrounding villages.
The North Cotswolds is a designated Area of Outstanding Beauty (AONB).
With it's honey coloured stone, medieval architecture, the Cotswold Olimpicks and the influences of the Arts & Crafts movement, the North Cotswolds offers an abundance of history in a stunning location.
Selection of our cottages....
Little Orchard Cottage
Kissing Gate Cottage
1, Manor Lodge Cottage
At Honeypot Cottages, we pride ourselves on offering quality self catering accommodation for short breaks and longer stays. We endeavour to make guests feel as if you’re the first people to stay in a cottage and to feel your needs have been catered for throughout your holiday.
We are on call to assist with any requests from point of enquiry through to the day of departure. Our cottages are in and around the Medieval Cotswold market town of Chipping Campden and surrounding villages. We can arrange most things to make your stay a memorable one, whether it be a relaxing massage with a local therapist or clay shooting with an ex England shooter.
Please see our website for full details of the Cotswold holiday cottages we have for hire and contact us if you are interested in renting a cottage.
Sarah & Andy Smith
27 Berrington Road,
Gloucestershire, GL55 6JA
Welcome to the Old Manor Cottage, a beautifully restored luxury holiday cottage providing the perfect place to relax or explore Stratford-upon-Avon, the surrounding Cotswolds countryside and historical stately homes & gardens.
This 17th century grade II listed cottage belongs to the nearby Old Manor House in a quiet corner of the village, with landscaped grounds leading down to the River Stour and views of the Ilmington Hills beyond. The cottage has been recently refurbished but retains many original features.
Guests have use of a section of the gardens with their own summerhouse and outdoor eating area – with full use of the tennis court through prior arrangement. There is ample parking and the village of Halford has a shop and a pub, plus there are many excellent restaurants nearby.
The Sitting Room
The beamed sitting room has an open fire making it a comfortable place to unwind after an enjoyable day exploring the Cotswolds, with the added benefit of a sofa bed, TV, DVD and separate CD/iPod player/docking station and WIFI throughout. The beamed sitting room has an open fire making it a comfortable place to unwind after an enjoyable day exploring the Cotswolds, with the added benefit of a sofa bed, TV, DVD and separate CD/iPod player/docking station and WIFI throughout.
The beamed self-catering kitchen/dining room has underfloor heating and is fully fitted with appliances, including fridge freezer, dishwasher, washer/drier, fan/electric oven and has a microwave too - all that you need to prepare a great meal. Walking through the kitchen leads to the beamed hallway off which is a downstairs w/c, staircase and sitting room.
Upstairs the landing leads to a single bedroom with a large walk in wardrobe and through to the main double bedroom with a luxurious king size bed and antique painted furniture.
The bathroom has recently been renovated to a high standard with underfloor heating. The classic clean white bathroom suite includes a power shower over the bath and electric heating rail. All linen and towels are provided.
Prices:-£325..00 per week (Winter) to £550.00 per week (Summer); Christmas and New Year £575.00 per week.
Add £40.00 supplement per week for fourth person
The Old Manor House, Halford, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire,
Manor Farm Cottage, Tucked away in an attractive old village in the very heart
of the North Cotswolds, this cosy cottage is ideal for exploring the area
This mid terraced character cottage is prettily and thoughtfully decorated and furnished in traditional style, with beams and an open fire, yet offers the convenience of a modern kitchen and bathroom. There is quick and easy access to Stow on the Wold, Bourton on the Water and, of course, Stratford Upon Avon. Country markets, National Trust properties and welcoming village’s inns are all close by.
Manor Farm Cottage will comfortably accommodate 4 people. The interior consists of a lounge / diner, kitchen, bathroom and shower over bath, toilet and basin. There are two bedrooms one double and one twin bedroom.
A supermarket is located 3 miles away, and a pub / restaurant is 250 yards away. Manor farm cottage is equipped with night storage heating, electric heating and an open fire in the lounge. All fuel and power are included in the rent together with bed linen and towels.
Sorry no pets and children under the age of 6.
Tariff:- From £210 - £490 Sleeps 4
Manor Farm Cottage,
Stretton on Fosse, Nr. Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, GL56 9SB
Prices are per apartment for two people
to include linen,
towels, tea towels,
Self Catering Honeymoon Studio Apartments with double Whirlpool bath and shower, breakfast provisions provided
Our cottage was once a stable belonging to a village farm which
has sadly long gone, only the orchard remains. We have restored and extended the
thick stone walls to create a large country cottage offering superb accommodation
with all the charms of a bygone age and the luxury of the most modern facilities.
Both apartments enjoy the views and the benefits of our cottage gardens which surround
our large Cotswold Stone country cottage.
Both apartments have King Size four poster canopy bed, en-suite bathroom with Double Whirlpool Bath with shower over, bubble bath & bath robes provided. There is a cosy sofa, TV, DVD, clock radio, hairdryer.
There is a small kitchen area with cooker, fridge, microwave etc. Sheets, towels and heating all included. For those who wish to be lazy in the morning a breakfast hamper is provided.
Peony :- £280 3 night weekend or 4 night midweek break, £200 2 night break
Orchard:- £300 3 night weekend and 4 night midweek break, £220 2 night break
All our accommodation is strictly non-smoking, unsuitable
for children and we do not take pets.
Folly Farm Cottage,
Back street, Ilmington, Warwickshire. CV36 4LJ
This charming Cotswold stone mews cottage enjoys an enviable position in the heart of the beautiful village of Chipping Campden within a few yards' stroll of many quaint shops, tea rooms, traditional inns and restaurants.
Newly refurbished, Noel Cottage makes an ideal base from which to explore the myriad delights of the Cotswolds.
This is glorious walking country – the Cotswold Way starts in the village and local walks include one to Dovers Hill (N.T.), a famous beauty spot. Hidcote Gardens (N.T.) and Broadway's antique shops and golf course are just 3 miles distant, and Stow on the Wold, Batsford Arboretum at Moreton-in-Marsh and Cheltenham's racecourse, galleries and shops are a short drive.
Comfortable sitting/dining room with electric 'wood burner effect' fire. Well equipped kitchen.
First floor: Twin bedded room. Bathroom/WC (shower over bath). Use of Tennis Court by arrangement.
Tariff:- Low season: £220 High Season: £395
Weston Park Farm, Dovers Hill, Chipping Campden. Gloucestershire GL55 6UW
Castle Hill Barn is an idyllic rural retreat surrounded by lush unspoilt countryside on the edge of the Cotswold Hills. Once an 18th century barn, it has been tastefully converted into a fully-furnished 3-bedroomed holiday apartment. Nestling high on a hillside overlooking the Stour Valley, its immediate surroundings command distant views over Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire and Warwickshire. It is thus ideally located for hiking on the many local footpaths and for biking on the quiet country lanes nearby.
Located close to Ilmington village, in the North Cotswolds, Castle Hill Barn is ideally situated for visiting the picturesque Cotswold Hills, and Stratford-upon-Avon is just 9 miles to the North. Castle Hill Barn is only 4 miles from the stunningly historic local centre, Chipping Campden, 7 miles from Moreton-in-Marsh, and within an hour's drive of both Cheltenham and Oxford.
Castle Hill Barn has recently been renovated to a high standard. The accommodation consists of a good-sized living room, two double bedrooms plus one single bedroom, fully-fitted kitchen, bathroom with bath and shower. It is well-heated with ample parking. Children are welcome.
All necessary bed linen, towels and kitchen equipment are provided.
Tariff:- From £265.00 per week (2 bedrooms); £325.00 (3 bedrooms)
Castle Hill Barn is available for short breaks with a minimum of 2 nights stay
See website for further information
Welcome to The Lodge – luxury detached self-catering accommodation in a Cotswold village of Outstanding Natural Beauty
The Lodge at Highcroft, Ilmington, is a luxury detached, boutique hotel style retreat for up to 2 adults in the grounds of our part 18th Century Cotswold stone home built into Campden Hill with fine views over the Ilmington Downs and beyond. You will find we are perfectly located just a few miles from Stratford-upon-Avon and many famous Cotswold villages including Chipping Campden, Broadway and Stow-on-the-Wold plus numerous places of historic interest.
The Lodge offers you luxury detached, open plan, contemporary accommodation with the flexibility to enjoy your stay at your own pace and provides:
Sitting area with sofa, bar table and stools
King size bed with hypoallergenic duvet and pillows
Kitchen with sink, fridge, electric hob, chimney hood, combination microwave, coffee machine, toaster, kettle, crockery, cutlery and all kitchen essentials
Double wardrobe with full length mirror
Fully tiled contemporary shower room with basin and vanity unit, shaver point, w.c., underfloor heating and heated towel radiator
Patio area with table and chairs
Off road parking
To make your stay as simple and relaxed as possible, included in the rates you will find a Welcome Breakfast Basket including fresh milk, healthy cereals, butter, home-produced eggs, yogurts, bread, marmalade, local honey, fruit juice, selection of teas, drinking chocolate, coffee and Blenheim bottled water.
Rates:- from £160.00 for 2 night stay; from £225.00 for 3 nights week-end; from £260.00 for 4 nights
mid-week; £350.00 7 nights Fri to Thurs inc. See website for full information.
Highcroft, Campden Hill
Warwickshire, CV36 4JF
The Ebrington Arms is a little gem,
a real village local set in the heart of this north Cotswolds village.
We now have two rosettes for food and have been
CAMRA Award-winners for the past three years.
Just two miles from Chipping Campden, a jewel of the Cotswolds, Ebrington with its thatched cottages and old church is the quintessential chocolate box village setting.
Welcome to The Ebrington Arms, one of the few truly traditional
and unspoilt Cotswold pubs. This hidden gem of a traditional 17th Century inn, full
of character, lies only 2 miles from Chipping Campden (the ‘jewel of the Cotswolds’)
in the beautiful village of Ebrington.
A visit to the Ebrington Arms is like taking a step back in time. Steeped in history,
the inn proudly retains many original features, from the inglenook and open fires
to beamed ceilings and giant flagstone floors. Ebrington is a quintessential English
village, full of winding country lanes and chocolate box thatched cottages, beautiful
whatever the season and a perfect starting point from which to explore the surrounding
We pride ourselves on running a traditional pub in a time when many have been turned
into restaurants. Part of the pub’s charm is its unique mix of
local characters - whose families have been visiting the pub for centuries - alongside
our visitors. Our location is ideal, right next to the hustle and bustle of Chipping
Campden, yet hidden enough to feel like you’ve stumbled upon a well-guarded
The Ebrington Arms is a perfect place to relax and enjoy some fine home cooked food
and selection of fine ales and wines (see menu overleaf). Our food is all homemade,
using ingredients from local suppliers. The vegetables grow in the fields surrounding
the pub by local family Drinkwaters, who can often be seen supping a pint at the
bar after delivering their fresh produce.
Whatever the reason for a break, The Ebrington Arms is an ideal spot for an escape
and chance to wind down, whether a weekend break from London, for a pint of proudly
poured ale or a week’s holiday. Come and stay in one of our three guest rooms
that have all just been refurbished (all en suite).
The pub is a perfect place from which to start a variety of walks; circular walk
round Chipping Campden (where the Cotswold Way starts), around Foxcote Manor with
its beautifully preserved house, gardens and lake or over the rolling Cotswold hills
We are the nearest pub to the famous Hidcote Gardens (National Trust) and Kiftsgate
that are open from Easter through to the Autumn. We are also well situated to a range
of cities, including Stratford (20 mins), London (less than 2 hours), Birmingham
The Ebrington Arms, Ebrington, Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire
The Churchill Arms at Paxford brings a contemporary feel to this beautiful 17th Century pub, whether it be in our boutique rooms, with our exceptional food or through our varied wine and ale choices.
Family and local life are at the heart of this pub which serves firm British classics. Our Head Chef and Proprietor Nick Deverell-Smith and his team in the kitchen push these to the next level alongside General Manager Stuart Burbidge.
Our cosy boutique en-suite bedrooms are the perfect bolthole for your Cotswold escape.
It’s the little things that make our rooms so unique. Complete with their original features, the beautiful old wooden beams sit comfortably above modern luxuries like the flatscreen TV and personal espresso machines. Just another example of The Churchill Arms mixing its beautiful history with a contemporary touch.
With window seats complete with views of rolling Cotswold countryside, both rooms boast sprawling king-sized beds covered in the finest quality Egyptian cotton sheets tucked in with Voyage Wool blankets. All our guests also have access to the complimentary wifi and luxury bathtime products to indulge in.
The Churchill Arms is located in the centre of Paxford village, 2½ miles east of the quintessential, historic small north Cotswold town of Chipping Campden. Paxford is easily accessed from all parts of the UK by both road and rail.
£120.00 per room, per night.
The Churchill Arms, Paxford,
Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, GL55 6XH
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