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Chipping Campden

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Chipping Campden Market Hall

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.

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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.

Get in[edit]

The nearest rail station is Honeybourne, 5.4 miles away and can be reached in under 2 hours from London. Parking is fairly easy.

Get around[edit]

Easy to walk around.

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As well as the church and historic main street

  • Hidcote Manor Garden. owned and managed by the National Trust
  • Kiftsgate. in private ownership but open to the public.

Do[edit]

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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