Chipping Campden Holiday Cottages & Self Catering Accommodation

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    Classic Cotswolds' cottage in the heart of Chipping Campden. Quiet bolt hole, moments from the bars and restaurants. Historic property which we absolutely love. Cute!! (Ref. 988819)

    7 nights from £434

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    Stow Cottage is set in the heart of Stow on the Wold. Very quiet spot yet ideal for the shops, pubs and restaurants in The Market Square. (Ref. 988649)

    7 nights from £586

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    Located right in the heart of Chipping Campden, you are around the corner from the High Street and various places to eat, drink and shop!! (Ref. 988658)

    7 nights from £473

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    Tucked down a quiet lane in prime Cotswolds village this is a true Cotswolds' gem. Two great pubs around the corner and Stow on the Wold less than 5 mins drive. (Ref. 988707)

    7 nights from £598

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    Delightful cottage in an absolutely stunning location in the heart of the Cotswolds. Pub at the top of the lane with Stow on the Wold down the road. Charming Cotswolds cottage indeed! (Ref. 988762)

    7 nights from £545

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    Elm View is an excellent choice for a family, or couple(s) looking to enjoy one of the best areas in the Cotswolds. A superb pub 45 seconds walk away and Chipping Camden around the corner too (Ref. 988703)

    7 nights from £551

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    Badger's Den is in one of the best villages in the Cotswolds! Quiet location, comfortable cottage within a heartbeat of the centre of the village. Great pub and superb village shop!! (Ref. 988645)

    7 nights from £612

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    Exceptionally neat space right in the heart of historic Moreton in Marsh market town, and yet a sweet & quiet Cotswolds' bolthole too! Ideal for families with masses of outdoor roaming on your... (Ref. 988788)

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    7 nights from £525

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    Old Forge Cottage is an excellently located cottage, situated in a very quiet spot right in the heart of Stow on the Wold. Beautifully furnished and full of character & moments from cafes and... (Ref. 988635)

    7 nights from £491

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    Gorgeously cosy old granary which has undergone a superb renovation. Hidden away off the Broadway High Street and utterly charming. So sweet indeed!! (Ref. 988994)

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    7 nights from £437

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Chipping Campden is one of the loveliest small towns in the Cotswolds with a picturesque high street and some of the most photographed houses in all of the Cotswolds.

Surrounded by all the natural beauty, fields and paths for walking, it is still centrally located for access to Stratford-upon-Avon to the north and the rest of the Cotswolds to the south.

Chipping Campden used to be a market town, as the name suggests (“Chipping” meaning “market”), and still very much is. Both in the traditional sense of the word with many markets being held in the centre of the town in the old Market Hall throughout the year, but also in the more modern sense with it being a great and diverse shopping town.

Chipping Campden was one of the most important of the medieval wool towns in the Cotswolds, in fact it was famous throughout Europe for quality of wool and wares. This legacy of fame and prosperity is what has given the town it's character, all built in the classic Cotswold stone, including the market hall in the centre of town. The High Street curves in a shallow arc lined with a succession of ancient houses, each with their own distinctive embellishments.

Chipping Campden's church, at the north end of the town, is perhaps the finest 'wool' church in the Cotswolds, with a magnificent 120ft (36 metre) tower and a very spacious interior. The church is famed for having one of the oldest alter tapestries (pre-reformation) and largest brasses in England.

For a town of Chipping Campden's modest size (you can walk from one end of the High Street to the other in just 5 minutes), it is home to a large number of fabulous eateries. From cafes and tea houses to dining pubs and restaurants, you will not run out of new places to try out any time soon in Chipping Campden.