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12 Sheep St, Chipping Campden GL55 6DS, UK – 01386 849251
We visited twice in a holiday week. Horrible, miserable wet day but it was welcoming and warm and cosy but informal. We had a game of Scrabble over coffee. Food and cakes were great and the latte hot and perfect. A lovely lady serving behind the counter. Would recommend for families too. Go and enjoy it. Perfect.
Cosy, casual and friendly cafe with interesting gallery exhibiting talented local artists; ceramics and printing were my favourites. Exhibitors change every 6 weeks making repeat visits a treat.
2 Sheep St, Chipping Campden GL55 6DX, UK – 01386 841392
A tiny, appropriately crowded antique bookstore tended by the son of the founder. Very engaging and eager to assist. We had no intention of making a pirchasr, but walked out with five classics.
A lovely little used book store. Found some little Beatrix Potter treasures in there to take home to the States.
Weston Park Farm/Dovers Hill, Weston Subedge, Chipping Campden GL55 6UW, UK – 01608 686043
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Hillside Nursery, King Combe Lane, Chipping Campden GL55 6PN, UK – 07792 624036
We stayed in the yurts here in July 2017 for 3 nights. The yurts are excellent: high quality design, spacious, comfortable beds, very nicely furnished. They also include a stove and lights that can be activated via portable power boxes supplied. The site is very well equipped - nice kitchen with everything you need, 2 decent bathrooms with toilets, sinks & showers. Plus another wooden area with a gas cooker and utensils, situated next to benches where you can gather to eat. The kids loved roaming around the surrounding fields - very picturesque area with some farm animals, chickens etc. The family who run the site are extremely nice - they really do try to make the stay as enjoyable as possible. Really worth making the pizzas - they provide a proper stone pizza oven, and a lot of effort is made to show everyone how to make the pizzas. A really fun activity for all. Overall, we strongly recommend for a family glamping trip. We will visit again.
On the edge of the little Cotswold Town of Chipping Campden the experience of living in a yurt was without a doubt wonderful. The yurts are lovingly decorated and one experiences the feeling of entering through the yurt door into a different world. With wood burning stove, a wonderfully comfortable bed and plenty of space, Campden Yurts will certainly be a place to return to often. The owners are down to earth and charming, lovely views across the Cotswolds are to be had from the bed or are just a short hike away and for breakfast delicious home made jams can be bought on site. I couldn't have wanted for more. I stayed a week and didm't want to leave and will certainly be visiting again.
Longhills Farm, Mickleton, Chipping Campden GL55 6PS, UK – 01386 438536
Our dog has stayed here twice and has been very well cared for, he'll be back in 2018, excellent!
My Dog Charlie practically leaps out the car whenever he stays here. Always very flexible and happy pets returned.
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