THINGS TO DO IN CHIPPING CAMPDEN

Our hotel's central location at the heart of a vibrant Cotswold town sees it ideally placed for those looking to explore the idyllic streets of Chipping Campden or those aiming to venture out and take in attractions that are slightly further afield.  Our central location in the town means we are the perfect base to explore the own on foot.  The towns location in the North Cotswolds gives great access by car to Stratford, Blenheim Palace, Bicester Village as well as trips to Broadway, Stowe-on-the-Wold, Shipston-on-Stour, The Slaughters, and Bourton-on-the-Water.

COURT BARN MUSEUM

Just a short walk from the hotel, Court Barn Museum celebrates the lives and works of talented artists, designers and craftspeople from around Chipping Campden and the North Cotswolds, with a creative heritage that stretches back over 100 years.
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HIDCOTE MANOR & GARDENS

A 10-minute drive from Cotswold House Hotel, Hidcote Manor Gardens are amongst the most influential and best known Arts and Crafts gardens in Britain. Hedges, rare trees, shrubs and herbaceous borders make up the intricately designed spaces created by American horticulturalist Major Lawrence Johnston, with the manor and its gardens having been owned by the National Trust since 1947.
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BROADWAY TOWER PARK & GARDENS

The brainchild of the renowned 18th century landscaper Capability Brown, Broadway Tower is a unique folly that stands on the edge of the Cotswold escarpment overlooking the Vale of Evesham. Set within 50 acres of parkland, and with a resident herd of red deer, it offers visitors the perfect taste of true English heritage.
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SHAKESPEARE'S BIRTHPLACE

A restored 16th century townhouse, Shakespeare’s Birthplace offers visitor's unique insight into the life that the Bard enjoyed whilst growing up. Just a little over 20 minutes’ drive away in Stratford-upon-Avon, it helps to bring to life the rich heritage of Elizabethan England and is well worth a visit.
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COTSWOLD FARM PARK

Offering a real taste of rural living, the Cotswold Farm Park was set up to help protect rare and valuable historic farming breeds. A family-orientated attraction, there’s plenty to see and do for all ages.
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