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Chipping Campden

Chipping Campden

 

One of the loveliest small towns in the Cotswolds.

Good quality restaurants, pubs, independent shops and more -  right on your doorstep

Places to Eat and Drink within easy walking distance of Hook Cottage

Noel Arms (30 seconds)

Telephone: 01386 840317

www.noelarmshotel.com

Hotel bar and restaurant.  Also good for coffee or tea and a fine selection of cakes.

The Red Lion (1 minute)

Telephone: 01386 840760

www.theredlioninn.org

Traditional pub and restaurant.

The Lygon Arms (2 minutes)

Telephone: 01386 840318

www.lygonarms.co.uk

Traditional pub and restaurant.

The Volunteer Inn (3 minutes)

Telephone: 01386 840688

www.thevolunteerinn.net

Traditional, lively pub.

The Kings Hotel (30 seconds)

Telephone: 01386840256

www.kingscampden.co.uk

Hotel and restaurant.

 

The Eight Bells (5 minutes)

Telephone: 01386 840371

www.eightbellsinn.co.uk

Attractive traditional pub and restaurant.

Huxleys Wine Bar and Restaurant (opposite the blue entrance door)

Telephone: 01386 849077

www.huxleys.org

Cafe and bar with excellent

wine list.

Cotswold House Hotel and Spa

(30 seconds)

Telephone: 01386 840330

www.bespokehotels.com/cotswoldhouse

Also includes Bistro on the Square and Fig restaurant.

Michael's Mediterranean Restaurant (1 minute)

Telephone: 01386 840826

www.michaelsmediterranean.co.uk

One of our favourite places to eat, excellent Greek food.

Maharaja Indian Cuisine

(5 minutes)

Telephone: 01386 849281

www.maharajacatering.org

Traditional Indian restaurant backing onto the Volunteer Pub.

 

Bantam Tea Room (2 minutes)

Telephone: 01386 840386

www.bantamtea-rooms.co.uk

Traditional tea room with lovely tea garden (open May to September).

Butty's at The Old Bakehouse

(1 minute)

Telephone: 01386 840401

Family run internet cafe and sandwich shop.

St James' Church, is a landmark for miles around and can be found at the north end

of the town. It is a magnificent example of

an early perpendicular wool church, rebuilt

in the 15th century.

The Cotswold Way starts in Chipping

Campden and offers just over 100 miles of magical walking, with long distance views

from the Cotswold escarpment, and

journeys through picturesque villages and

past famous ancient sites. 

The Almshouses were built in 1612 at a cost

of £1,000 to provide accommodation for six poor men and six poor women from Chipping Campden, which they still do today.

The banqueting house for Old Campden

House built in 1613 by wealthy merchant

Sir Baptist Hicks. The house burned during the Civil War, but its Banqueting Houses survive. 

Chipping Campden Market Hall

built in 1627 for the princely sum of £90.

Chipping Campden hasn't changed much

over the years as you can see in this lovely footage from 1935.