Cotswold Way - Chipping Campden

Chipping Campden is a small market town situated in the Cotswolds, the largest ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’ in England and Wales.  It is the start of the Cotswold Way National Trail, a 102 mile, long distance footpath, meandering through the Cotswolds between Chipping Campden in the north and Bath in the south. Chipping Campden's most renowned feature is its elegant terraced High Street, with buildings dating from the 14th century and described by noted historian, G.M. Trevelyan, as "the most beautiful village street now left on the island".  At the centre of the High Street you will find the beautiful and iconic Market Hall.  The Market Hall was built by Sir Baptist Hicks in 1627 to provide shelter to traders to which use it is still put to today.  Chipping Campden has plenty of shops, restaurants, tea rooms and accommodation.

 
 

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The Cotswold Way

The Cotswold Way is a long distance walking trail that spans over 102 miles (164km) of beautiful English countryside. With more than 20 stops, it passes through many picturesque villages and runs close to a significant number of historical sites such as Hailes Abbey, Sudeley Castle and the Neolithic Burial Chamber at Belas Knap. In 2007, it was formally recognized as a National Trail and has long been considered as an essentially English experience.


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E Bayley

A quick line to thank you, Steve and Greg for such an efficient service in transferring our bags during the first 4 days of walking the Cotswold Way last week.

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K & D Spence

You gave us a great service on our recent trip along the Cotswold Way! We want to thank you most warmly for the efficient and helpful way you accomodated our alterations into the original booking for Carry...

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