Singer House, Chipping Campden, Cotswolds


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6 guests, 3 bedrooms, 4 beds, 2.5 bathrooms
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A wonderfully elegant Grade II* listed Cotswold stone townhouse in the heart of beautiful Chipping Campden, offering a luxurious, fully equipped home away from home, with amenities on the doorstep, for up to six guests in 3 bedrooms with 2.5 bathrooms. Up to 2 well-behaved dogs are welcome at Singer House at an additional cost of £30 per dog. Please let us know if you will be bringing a dog(s) and we will then revise your booking confirmation.

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PLEASE BE AWARE that under no circumstances are additional guests above the maximum capacity allowed at the property, for day visits or overnight stays. If you are found to be in breach of this, you will be asked to leave the property and reported.

THE SPACE>> Renowned as one of the finest market towns in the Cotswolds, Chipping Campden is instantly recognisable by its beautiful limestone townhouses which frame the iconic High Street. No prettier an example is Singer House; an elegant, ivy-strewn two-story townhouse neatly nestled in the heart of the town, just a stone’s throw from the famous ‘Wool Church.’ A real home away from home, it’s easy to see why Singer House sees the same guests returning year after year to soak in its surroundings.

Sleeping up to six guests across three beautifully-appointed bedrooms, each of which is charmingly decorated in its own individual style, Singer House is the perfect choice for families, couples or small groups in search of a relaxed escape with everything you could need on the doorstep. Magazine-worthy interiors expertly blend the period with the contemporary for a distinctly boutique feel, with a wonderfully large sitting room, open-plan kitchen/diner and separate dining room affording guests plenty of space within which to unwind.

Best of all, the kitchen’s stunning glass doorway hides one of the prettiest courtyard gardens that you’re ever likely to see; a private little hideaway from the hubbub of the High Street, framed by Cotswold-stone walls and lush topiary at every corner. A real suntrap no matter what the season, it’s the perfect spot to unwind with a sundowner or enjoy a feast courtesy of the firepit BBQ; if the many foodie haunts of Chipping Campden can’t tempt you away, that is.

 WiFi
 Bed linen, towels and tea towels
 Log burner/ open fire
 Firepit BBQ
 Outdoor dining area
 Garden furniture
 3 bedrooms
 2 bathrooms (1 en-suite)
 Downstairs WC
 Washer/ Dryer
 Bush fridge freezer
 Range cooker
 Microwave?
 Integrated dishwasher
 TV
 Full Sky Sports package incl. Movie Channels
 iPod Dock
 DVD player
 TV with Freeview
 Highchair x1
 Travel cot (in master bedroom wardrobe)
 Iron and ironing board
 Many shops within walking distance
 Many pubs within walking distance

Local Amenities
Amenities are very much on the doorstep here at Singer House. Within walking distance, on the town’s High Street, you’ll find a well-stocked Co-Operative Food, well-equipped for the basic grocery amenities that you’ll need during your stay. For those in search of something a little special, Fillet & Bone, also situated on the High Street, offers beautiful artisan produce sourced from across the Cotswolds; rare-breed meat, seasonal vegetables, fresh breads, charcuterie and freshly-baked cakes and patisserie can all be found here. Slightly further afield, nearby Broadway (10-minute drive) offers a Warner’s Budgens and Nisa, whilst Evesham (25-minute drive) is closest for major supermarkets; an M&S Simply Food, Tesco Superstore, LIDL, ALDI, Morrisons and Co-Operative Food can all be found there.

If you fancy taking the hassle out of your stay completely, we recommend planning ahead with a grocery delivery; Ocado, Sainsbury’s, Tesco and Morrisons all deliver to Singer House.

Full Description

Expertly blending the period with the contemporary, the real beauty of this townhouse lies behind its Cotswold stone exteriors. Stepping inside from the High Street directly into the soft lighting of the flagstone-floored hallway, you’ll immediately get a sense of the townhouse’s history; charming nods to years gone by evident in the ironwork lamps, period artwork and decorative hunting paraphernalia adorning the walls. To the hallway’s right-hand side sits a show-stopping sitting room. A real masterpiece of refinement, this elegant retreat overlooks Chipping Campden’s High Street through shuttered bay windows, boasting sumptuous cream sofas, bookcase-lined walls, traditional period artwork and tasteful antique furniture, plus a huge central open fire for cosy nights in.

Following on at the end of the hallway you’ll find a spacious kitchen/diner, plus a compact but very well-equipped utility room complete with hidden WC. Modern and traditional in equal measure, the attractive shaker-style kitchen is flooded with natural light thanks to a stunning glass extension, opening-up directly into its hidden courtyard garden. For relaxed dining, a rustic banquette dining table in the kitchen is the perfect spot, with a handsome formal dining room found to the rear of the house.

Upstairs, three generous bedrooms offer an elegant space for up to six guests to rest their heads. The first, found just at the top of the staircase, is the embodiment of Cotswold-chic; country-grey hues adorning the walls, a dainty glass chandelier hanging between exposed beams over an antique French double bed. Next to the home’s family bathroom sits bedroom two, completely different in style thanks to the framed artwork of musicians from years gone by covering the walls, plus a glass Juliet balcony overlooking the courtyard garden. The large master of the house is a nod to turn-of-the-century luxury, boasting high ceilings, a separate seating area around a beautiful marble fireplace, huge picture windows overlooking the High Street below and its own in-room roll-top bath. A sleek en-suite affords the space with even more privacy, making it the perfect room for romantics in search of R&R.

Located on Chipping Campden’s bustling High Street, you’ll step off the street directly into Singer House’s hallway. Here, you’ll find beautiful flagstone flooring and a pretty, boxed bench seat lining the hall, perfect for easing off your shoes after a long day exploring the Cotswolds’ many towns and villages.
Living Room
Located to the right of the hallway, Singer House’s living room is an elegant space made for relaxing. Sumptuous sofas gathered around the statement marble fireplace offer plenty of space for guests to relax in, with a flat screen TV, DVD and full-subscription Sky Sports plus Movies package ensuring you have plenty to keep you entertained. Check out the bookcase lining the living room’s rear wall for plenty of interesting books to tickle your fancy, or enjoy some tunes of your choosing courtesy of the iPod docking station.
A beautiful space to enjoy at all times of the day, Singer House’s large kitchen space includes a separate relaxed dining area with rustic banquette seating for six. Stepping through the traditional stone archway sits the kitchen itself, boasting attractive Shaker-style cream cupboards and dark marble worktops. Well-equipped with everything you should need during your stay, in here you’ll find a range cooker, additional integrated fridge, dishwasher, microwave, food processor and blender; along with plenty of crockery and serving ware. A magnificent floor-to-ceiling glass wall floods the kitchen with natural light, opening up directly into the home’s attractive courtyard garden.
Utility Room
Found along the hallway as you enter the kitchen/diner, this smart utility room contains a washer/dryer, plenty of storage, table top wine rack, handy worktop and sink plus a large Bush fridge/freezer. A cupboard containing all of the cleaning equipment you should need can also be found here.
Downstairs WC
Tucked away at the rear of the Utility Room is a snug downstairs WC. Compact yet characterful, we think you’ll love its vintage-inspired wallpaper and miniature bookcase, crammed full of reading material.
Dining Room
An additional formal dining space can be found just along the hallway from the kitchen/diner, complete with a round table seating six and feature fireplace. The perfect spot for special meals or entertaining, French doors open directly into the courtyard garden.

Bedroom 1 (master, en-suite)
A stunning, spacious suite makes up the master bedroom of the home, formed from the old ballroom of the property. Step inside and you’ll find an elegant Mies van der Rohr seating area next to a stunning open marble fireplace, roll-top bath and king-size sleigh bed. An antique desk and dresser offer plenty of storage, whilst the room’s high ceilings and sumptuous curtains afford the room a real sense of luxury. Technology lovers aren’t forgotten, however, with a TV with Freeview and iPod docking station at your disposal. This bedroom benefits from a contemporary en-suite shower room, complete with curved shower enclosure, bright skylights and limestone floor.
Bedroom 2
To the rear of the property adjacent to the family bathroom is Bedroom 2, a stylish space for a couple or those who don’t mind sharing, thanks to its configurable twin beds. Walls are lined with eclectic black and white stills of musicians through the ages to give the room a distinctly cool feel, whilst a private glass Juliet balcony overlooking the courtyard garden brings it back in line with the elegance of the rest of the house. The room also features a built-in wardrobe for storage, TV with Sky+ and iPod docking station.
Bedroom 3
At the top of the staircase to your left sits Bedroom 3, perfect for couples in search of a refined retreat. Grey and blue hues, exposed stonework and an antique French double bed afford the room a calming, elegant feel, with a built-in wardrobe offering plenty of hanging space. The room also features an iPod docking station.
Family Bathroom
Situated on the landing next to Bedroom 2, the well-appointed family bathroom features a rose head shower, steel bathtub with limestone surround and a bespoke vanity. Keep your eyes peeled for the unique Chinese-inspired porcelain sink.

Two sets of French doors – glass doors from the kitchen and wooden doors from the dining room- open Singer House up into the shining jewel in its crown; the small but perfectly formed courtyard garden. Entirely private thanks to the classic Cotswold limestone walls which enclose it, this dainty little suntrap offers a peaceful retreat from the hubbub of the High Street. Here you’ll find French-style patio furniture and a firepit BBQ for al fresco dining, with lush topiary, crawling Ivy vines and well-cared-for flowers making the space as pretty as a picture.

Where you'll sleep

Bedroom 1
1 queen bed
Bedroom 2
1 queen bed
Bedroom 3
2 single beds

What this place offers

Free on-street parking
Pets allowed
TV with standard cable/satellite
Washing machine
Patio or balcony

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Where you’ll be

Chipping Campden, United Kingdom

Chipping Campden
Renowned as one of the finest market towns in the Cotswolds, Chipping Campden has it all: picture-perfect streets lined with traditional Cotswold stone homes; a vibrant independent retail scene; a plethora of fantastic cafés and restaurants. Originally established all the way back in the 7th century, the town rose to prominence in Medieval times as one of Europe’s most important wool towns, with its iconic 17th Century Market Hall still standing proudly in the heart of the High Street. St James’ Church, one of the town’s most famous landmarks, also still stands strong in the town, enjoying a reputation as one of the greatest ‘wool’ churches in the Cotswolds.

Brilliantly placed for exploring the North Cotswolds, Chipping Campden itself has more than enough to keep visitors entertained. A fantastic selection of eateries, both relaxed and formal, offer foodies the chance to indulge no matter what the time of day, with a host of great shops, delis and events throughout the calendar year to enjoy. Anyone visiting will have no problem understanding why historian G.M. Trevelyan has described it as, “the most beautiful village street now left on the island.”

Sightseeing & Activities
History buffs will have more than enough on the doorstep to keep them entertained in Chipping Campden. Start off with a wander down the High Street to take in the magnificent traditional Cotswold stone houses lining the streets, many of which date back to the 14th Century. A visit to the 17th Century Market Hall is a must, now under the care of the National Trust, before heading to St James’ Church; famed for having one of the oldest altar tapestries and largest brasses in England. The Court Barn Museum, located just around the corner from St James’ Church, was described by Country Life magazine as “surely the most delightful small museum in England,” and brings to life the work of talented designers and craftspeople from Chipping Campden and the wider Cotswolds area.

After a busy day exploring the streets of Chipping Campden itself, a visit to nearby Broadway (10-minute drive) is a must. Here, you’ll find The Broadway Museum and Art Gallery, a community museum which tells the town’s history through art, as well as Broadway Tower; a spectacular monument atop an ancient beacon site overlooking the town from its 65ft vantage point. The National Trust property Snowshill Manor is also nearby for those in search of a stately day out.

For (little and big) Kids

Cotswold Falconry Centre
(15-minute drive from Chipping Campden)
The perfect place for inquisitive minds and nature lovers alike, Cotswold Falconry Centre gives you a fantastic insight into the world of birds of prey. Located near Moreton in Marsh, you’ll have the chance to see daily flying displays and over 130 different birds of 60 different species, including those on the Critically Endangered list.

All Things Wild
(10-minute drive from Chipping Campden)
An all-weather nature centre for all the family to enjoy, All Things Wild gives all ages the chance to learn about a host of brilliant animals at first hand, getting up close with reptiles, lemurs, meerkats, armadillos and more. Enjoy pond dipping, bug hunting, discovering fossils and heading into Dino Land on the train, where you’ll step back in time to uncover the secrets of these incredible animals.

Adam Henson’s Cotswold Farm Park
(15-minute drive from Chipping Campden)
Sitting in the heart of the Cotswolds, Adam Henson’s Cotswold Farm Park has a long-standing reputation for a fun-filled day out where visitors of all ages can interact closely with animals to learn all there is to know about farming. As the home of rare breed conservation, visitors can meet over 50 flocks and herds of farm animals, including Gloucestershire Old Spot Pigs and Highland Cattle. The Touch and Demonstration Barns can be enjoyed year-round thanks to their protection from the elements, with a fantastic Adventure Playground on offer for when the weather is behaving. The on-site restaurant, serving seasonal food and Adam’s own beer, is a hit with the adults.

Cotswold Wildlife Park & Gardens
(35-minute drive from Chipping Campden)
Stroll around the park and get eye-to-eye with giraffes, watch rhinos graze on the Manor House lawns, walk with lemurs, ride on the train or explore the adventure playground; you won’t run out of things to see and do!

Broadway Activity Park
(15-minute drive from Chipping Campden)
A fun-filled adventure playground in the heart of Broadway, this activity park is divided into four age-specific areas to allow all ages to enjoy themselves. Little ones will love trying out the see-saw, climbing poles and letting loose in the large open grassland areas, whilst older kids can test their nerve on the climbing towers and skate ride simulator.

To Relax
The Spa at Dormy House
(5-minute drive from Chipping Campden)
Renowned UK-wide amongst spa aficionados, this ultra-luxury spa at the wonderful Dormy House Hotel offers award-winning relaxation in a spectacular setting. Indulge in some serious R&R courtesy of the spa’s serene pool, terrace hot tub, Scandi-style thermal suite and programme of luxurious therapies for the face, body and mind. Non-guests of the hotel need to book a day spa pass to access, but we promise you it’s well worth it.

Cotswold House Spa
(Chipping Campden High Street)
Handily located in the heart of the High Street and open to residents and non-residents alike, Cotswold House Spa is the ideal spot to unwind with some serious R&R. With seven treatment rooms, a hydrotherapy pool, aromatic steam room, relaxation room and programme of therapeutic and holistic therapies, you’re spoilt for choice when it comes to pampering.

For the Nature Lovers

Cotswold Lavender
(10-minute drive from Chipping Campden)
Located on Hill Barn Farm on the outskirts of the pretty village of Snowshill, Cotswold Lavender bursts to life every summer to offer nature lovers and flower fans alike a beautiful day out like no other. Head to the farm to stroll through fields and fields of vibrant lavender before it’s harvested to make a range of bath, skincare, wellbeing and home products, finding out about how it’s used before heading to the on-site shop to stock up on heaven-scented goodies.

Hidcote Manor Garden
(10-minute drive from Chipping Campden)
One of the finest arts and crafts gardens in the country, Hidcote was created by American horticulturist Major Lawrence Johnston circa 1905. Divided into a series of garden ‘rooms’, each garden boasts its own character, intertwined with narrow pathways, beautiful views and plants bursting to life at every turn. A must-visit for the green fingered.

Kiftsgate Court Gardens
(10-minute drive from Chipping Campden)
Found on the edge of the Cotswold escarpment, this family-run garden has been carefully cultivated by three generations. Featuring beautiful, revolving blooms which burst to life throughout the year, visitors can discover the garden’s wild garden, orchard, mound and avenue, plus a fantastic water garden and elegant fountain.

Batsford Arboretum
(10-minute drive from Chipping Campden)

The 56-acre arboretum at Batsford is situated just a mile west of the historic market town of Moreton-in-Marsh in the heart of the Cotswolds. A former home to the famous Mitford family, interest in the arboretum begins in late winter when the snowdrops, aconites and early flowering daffodils spring into life, followed by magnolias, hellebores, fritillaries and the beautiful Japanese ornamental cherries – stars of the show from late March until mid-April. The handkerchief tree is another show-stopper in May, as are the beautiful wildflower meadows which bloom in high summer.


You’re truly spoilt for choice when it comes to walks in and around Chipping Campden thanks to its location at the northern-most tip of the famed Cotswold Way; a glorious 100-mile walk stretching from Chipping Campden all the way to Bath, giving you the chance to discover beautiful Cotswold villages, rolling landscapes and incredible views along the way.

In Chipping Campden itself, there are a host of fantastic walks available to suit everyone, from gentle strollers to dedicated ramblers. For an easy walk, try the Chipping Campden town walk – a 2-mile stroll taking in the town’s key historical sites, found within the town guide. For a slightly more challenging ramble, the Cotswold Way Circular Walk from Chipping Campden covers 4.5 miles, taking you through shaded woodland, gentle hills and rewarding you with unbeatable views across the surrounding Cotswold landscape. For further details on the many walks available in the area, check out the links above.


Chipping Campden Music Festival
(Located in town)
First held in 2002, Chipping Campden’s annual Music Festival has grown into an internationally-recognised celebration of musicians from around the world. Held each year in May, events are held throughout the town, with tickets available to pre-book via the website.

Chipping Campden Literature Festival
(Located in town)
Another annual May celebration for the town, the dedicated Literature Festival gives bookworms the chance to hear from a selection of renowned authors and get involved with enlightening literary debates. Tickets for events are available to pre-book via the website.

Cheltenham Festivals
(35-minute drive from Chipping Campden)
Between the months of May and October, Cheltenham hosts renowned festivals of Jazz, Science, Music and Literature across the town. Bringing in world-famous acts, performers, experts and authors year on year, the town well and truly comes to life during the Festivals. Head to the website to see if your stay coincides with one of the above but, be warned, tickets can be snapped up months in advance for the most popular events.

Cheltenham Racecourse
(35-minute drive from Chipping Campden)
Cheltenham Racecourse, the jewel in jump racing's crown, plays host to the best jumping action in the world from 350 spectacular acres with a backdrop of the beautiful Cotswold hills. Whether you're here on a crisp bright October day or a balmy evening in May, you'll feel that unmistakable Cheltenham magic. The racing, the setting, the tradition and history, the shared sense of enjoyment all combine to give everyone, from those sampling our finest hospitality to the racegoers on the course, an experience they'll never forget.

For Bigger Kids Only

Broadway Golf Club
(5-minute drive from Chipping Campden)
Located atop an escarpment with wonderful views across the Vale of Evesham is Broadway Golf Club; an 18-hole, par 72 course, offering excellent golf for all abilities. Open to members and visitors alike, the course is characterized by its undulating fairways, dry-stone walls and small, contoured greens. With all 18 holes open year-round, please be advised that there is a strict no 3-wheel single seat buggy rule in force.

Naunton Downs Golf Club
(20-minute drive from Chipping Campden)
Naunton Downs Golf Club is an 18-hole, par 71 golf course, situated in a beautiful area of outstanding Cotswold countryside just a few miles from Bourton-on-the-Water. The course was designed keeping the natural features and landscape in mind and offers a challenge to suit golfers of all ages and abilities. Naunton Downs Golf Club has thriving men’s, ladies’, senior’s and junior’s sections. All 18 holes are open with main greens in use. Trolleys and buggies are allowed. Naunton Downs is dry and playable during most of the winter period and is rarely closed.

The Cotswolds Distillery
(25-minute drive from Chipping Campden)
The Cotswolds Distillery is the first-ever full-scale craft distillery within the Cotswolds’ Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). They produce a range of "Outstanding Natural Spirits", including the first-ever Cotswolds Single Malt Whisky, featuring Cotswolds-grown barley. They also produce the award-winning Cotswolds Dry Gin, featuring local lavender from Snowshill, along with a range of small-batch brandies and liqueurs. They’re located in the unspoilt North Cotswold village of Shipston-on-Stour, with tours and tastings every day of the week (advance booking required).

Ian Coley Shooting School
(35-minute drive from Chipping Campden)
Arguably one of the best shooting grounds on UK shores, Ian Coley Shooting School boasts 24 different shooting stands with a minimum of two traps each, three high towers (up to 120ft), Down-the-Line and much more. Perfect for shoot enthusiasts or beginners wanting to test their talents, the range of covered stands set within mature woodland mean that you’ll have fun whatever the weather. The ground is available for individual practice with self-timer release clay traps, or tuition (in groups or individually) with one of the team’s fully-qualified coaches. Pre-booking essential.

Despite its small size, Chipping Campden and its surrounding villages are jam-packed full of wonderful cafés, delicious delis and award-winning restaurants to satisfy your appetite at all times of the day. Here is a selection of our favourites:

Bakeries & Snacks
High Street, Chipping Campden
An intimate café and bar boasting a refined, elegant menu which pairs English charm with Italian flair. Head here for tasty antipasti, fresh breads, cured meat, vibrant salads, authentic Italian mains and (naturally) freshly-baked cakes.

Campden Coffee Company
Sheep Street, Chipping Campden
Homemade cakes, delicious breakfasts, hearty lunches and arguably the best coffee in Chipping Campden, all available at Campden Coffee Company.

Badgers Hall
High Street, Chipping Campden
A traditional English tea room can be found at Badgers Hall in the heart of the High Street, offering freshly baked scones, sumptuous homemade cakes and mouthwatering sandwiches, plus all the tea you fancy. A great choice for those in search of a quintessentially British experience.

The Tea Set
Broadway- 10-minute drive from Chipping Campden
A must-visit for fans of afternoon tea, Broadway’s The Tea Set (sister café to the one in Chipping Norton) offers indulgence and elegance in equal measure, boasting beautifully-prepared afternoon tea, the finest china, delicate teas and a glass of bubbly (if you fancy) in refined surroundings.

Lunch & Dinner

Michael’s Mediterranean
High Street, Chipping Campden
A small slice of Cyprus found just next to the old Wool Market, Michael’s offers wonderfully fresh traditional Greek cuisine in relaxed yet stylish surroundings. Run by namesake owner Michael Alexiou, the menu spans mezze dishes to fresh seafood and seasonal daily specials, with its renowned “Marathona” fillet steaks a must-try.

The Ebrington Arms
Ebrington- 10-minute drive from Chipping Campden
Named the UK’s number one village pub by The Times and boasting two coveted AA Rosettes, The Ebrington Arms is a fine example of excellent food in relaxed surroundings. Run by husband and wife team Jim and Claire Alexander, the award-winning restaurant serves up pub grub classics with a distinctly refined feel, using only the freshest seasonal ingredients; many of which are sourced locally. Wash it down with a Yubby Ale – the duo’s own craft beer range.

Eight Bells
Church Street, Chipping Campden
Perfect for those in search of traditional pub fare, the Eight Bells offers good quality meals at a good price. Originally built in the 14th century, this historic inn offers local ales, fine wine and a hearty menu of pub classics, with plenty of local produce from across the Cotswolds gracing the pages.

The Seagrave Arms
Weston Subedge- 5-minute drive from Chipping Campden
In the pretty village of Weston Subedge you’ll find The Seagrave Arms, an elegant gastropub with a stylish, upmarket feel. The perfect choice for foodies, only the finest ingredients are used to create each of the elegant dishes on the menu. Their award-winning chips, named the best in the UK in 2015, are a must-try; best enjoyed when the sun shines in their pretty pub garden.

The Churchill Arms
Paxford- 5-minute drive from Chipping Campden
A beautiful 17th century pub with exceptional, award-winning food, courtesy of head chef Nick Deverell-Smith. Specialising in clever twists on British classics, you’ll find a collection of ‘Churchill Classics’ like Churchill’s Fish Pie alongside changing, seasonal specials, making the most of local ingredients.

The Potting Shed
Dormy House Hotel, Broadway- 5-minute drive from Chipping Campden
No visit to Chipping Campden should be complete without a visit to the beautiful Dormy House hotel, where The Potting Shed restaurant offers a distinctly stylish place to eat with the food to match. Seasonally-changing menus offer plenty of choice, all cooked expertly, with the relaxed setting meaning you needn’t dress up to the nines to experience the luxury that this hotel has to offer.

Takeaways & Late Dining
Maharaja Indian Cuisine
St. Catharine’s Square, Chipping Campden
Located in The Volunteer Inn, The Maharaja restaurant offers tasty, freshly-cooked authentic dishes from across India and the Asian sub-continent; perfect for those in search of a little spice. Eat in and take away available.

Russell’s Fish and Chips
Broadway – 10-minute drive from Chipping Campden
Excellent upmarket fish and chips courtesy of the award-winning kitchen team behind the renowned Russell’s of Broadway – fish and chips, but not as you know it. Eat in and take away available.

Drinks & Nightlife
In addition to the above pubs in and around Chipping Campden, we recommend the following watering holes:

Red Lion Inn
Lower High Street, Chipping Campden
Traditional pub with hearty food for those in search of a friendly local.

Lygon Arms Hotel
High Street, Chipping Campden
Small, family run hotel in the heart of the town dating back to the 16th Century, renowned for its welcoming atmosphere.

The Bakers Arms
Broad Campden- 5-minute drive from Chipping Campden
Another traditional pub with excellent food and great ales in the nearby village of Broad Campden, well-worth a visit.

The Lygon Wine Bar
Broadway- 10-minute drive from Chipping Campden
Upmarket bar in the historic Lygon Arms hotel on Broadway’s main drag, great for a glass of wine and bite to eat.

Helpful Addresses
(toll free - police, ambulance & firefighters) 999

The Co-Operative Food – 12-14 High St, Chipping Campden GL55 6HB
Fillet & Bone - High St, Chipping Campden GL55 6AT
Warner’s Budgens- Russell Square, Back Ln, Broadway WR12 7AP
Tesco Superstore- Worcester Rd, Evesham WR11 4XF (also one in Stow)
Morrisons- Davies Rd, Evesham WR11 1FN
LIDL- 2 Broadway Rd, Evesham WR11 1BH
ALDI- 4 Swan Ln, Evesham WR11 4PA
M&S Simply Food- 3 & 4, Evesham Shopping Park, Evesham WR11 4AB
Waitrose – The Rosebird Center, Shipston Road, Stratford-upon-Avon, CV37 8LU

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