We're proud to be a part of Bespoke Hotels, which represents luxury and boutique establishments worldwide. Together with our sister hotel, The Noel Arms, we've enjoyed a long history in Chipping Campden, with guests occupying Cotswold House since the 1920s.
Emerging as a farming town in the 14th century, Chipping Campden was a prosperous wool town, attracting the likes of William Grevel, a woolstapler, who traded sheep fleeces. Following Grevel's death in 1401, it was discovered that he left funds for the restoration of the town's much-admired St. James's Church. He also built the fine house which bears his name, and can be found in Chipping Campden. In commemoration, Grevel takes the name of one of our suites here at the hotel.
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