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    • Sleeps8
    • Bedrooms4
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    A wonderfully presented, four-bedroom holiday home, nestled in the heart of Blockley, Gloucestershire. (Ref. 1091379)

    7 nights from £1314

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    • Sleeps4
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    A lovely two-bedrooms Cotswold stone cottage, resting in the peaceful village of Blockley, Gloucestershire. (Ref. 1091434)

    7 nights from £764

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    • Sleeps5
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    A remarkable semi-detached cottage resting in the idyllic village of Broad Campden, Gloucestershire. (Ref. 1091319)

    7 nights from £533

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    A beautifully presented Grade ll listed property, sleeping four guests in two homely bedrooms, Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire. (Ref. 1091432)

    7 nights from £693

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    A traditional single-storey cottage, resting in the delightful village of Paxford, Gloucestershire. (Ref. 1091280)

    7 nights from £837

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    A beautiful, period holiday home, resting in Ebrington, Gloucestershire. (Ref. 1091175)

    7 nights from £862

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    A lovely traditional honey-coloured Cotswold stone cottage, resting in a quiet lane in Blockley, Gloucestershire. (Ref. 1091208)

    7 nights from £611

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    • Sleeps15
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    A fabulous, detached, five-bedroom house, perfect for a large family, resting in Blockley, Gloucestershire. (Ref. 1091214)

    7 nights from £2876

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    A lovely three-bedroom Cotswold stone cottage, resting in Blockley, Gloucestershire. (Ref. 1091167)

    7 nights from £824

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Chipping Campden is one of the main market towns in the North Cotswolds, built by medieval traders with wealth created from the wool trade. With many thatched cottages, this is one of the most picturesque towns in the region. A notable feature of the town is the Market Hall which was built in 1627. Originally thought to be used in the wool trade, the main function of the hall was actually to give shelter to local cheese, poultry and butter sellers.

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The High Street is relatively small, taking just five minutes to walk from one end to the other, and it has a number of well-regarded eateries ranging from tea houses to dining pubs and restaurants. This main street curves in a shallow arc which is flanked on both sides by terraces of ancient houses, each house having its own embellishments. This feature of the town is one of the reasons why, in 1970, the street was officially designated as a conservation area. Chipping Campden marks one end of the Cotswolds Way which is a 102 mile National Trail linking Chipping Campden to Bath. For the majority of the trail it follows the Cotswold escarpment which gives the walker fantastic views of the surrounding scenery. The Way passes through many traditional villages and close to historical sites including Sudeley Castle near Winchcombe and Hailes Abbey. The countryside along the Way is very diverse, ranging from wildflower meadows to beech woodlands, providing visitors with perfect examples of Britain's stunning landscape. Food & Drink Chipping Campden has numerous places to eat and drink, with a range of cuisines and prices to suit most tastes and budgets. The list below is a small sample of the range of options available:

  • The Kings Hotel : Modern British food with a contemporary twist. You will encounter mouth-watering choices like a starter of Duck Rillets with a Pea Panna Cotta & Pomegranate dressing, or main course of Braised Belly Pork & Fillet, Crispy Langoustine Tail, Roasted Apple, Celeriac Choucroute & Dauphinoise Potato. To finish, the dessert menu promises blissful indulgence with the likes of Caramel Banana Mousse, Pain D’epice & Coffee Soil. For a more informal option, relax in the friendly atmosphere of the stylishly refurbished Brasserie bar, serving morning coffee & brunch through to afternoon tea & dinner. Enjoy favourites such as Mussels in Garlic & White Wine, Home-made Aberdeen Angus Burger, Focaccia, Smoked Bacon & Tomato Relish with Fries;
  • Cotswold House Hotel (www.cotswoldhouse.com): The kitchen team take their inspiration from the finest offerings of dedicated producers - whether it be wholesome crusty breads, locally-churned cheeses, home-reared meats, best Cornish fish, vegetables from the lush Vale of Evesham, or jams and preserves from small-scale artisan producers. The result? The very best of modern British cooking. Wonderful, simple food served at lunch and dinner in The Cotswold Grill or at dinner in The Dining Room at Cotswold House. On warm days, enjoy a drink, coffee, or lunch on the Pavilion Terrace tucked away in the hotel garden, its borders awash with summer colour. Sit under a shady umbrella and enjoy the peace and quiet from morning coffee to your early evening sun-downer;
  • Michael’s Mediterranean Restaurant (www.michaelsmediterranean.co.uk): Specialising in Greek and modern Mediterranean cuisine, served in a relaxed, intimate setting. Wine and dine in relaxed surroundings, with the warm ambience of open fires and a friendly service. From a delightful array of Mezze dishes, fresh fish and seafood with seasonal daily specials to the renowned “Marathona” Fillet Steaks.