This is Chipping Campden
Chipping Campden is a small market town situated in the Cotswolds and the county of Gloucestershire in the UK. Chipping Campden is rich with history and is full of beautiful Cotswold scenery, wonderful walks, including the 104 mile Cotswold Way all the way from here to Bath.There are plentiful B&Bs, hotels and self catering providers in and around the area, a thriving local community with wonderful schools and is a visitor’s dream stay. Throughout the year Chipping Campden has many festivals and events. To name a few, Dover’s Games, Scuttlebrook Wake, the Chipping Campden Music Festival, Open Gardens and more. Chipping Campden’s most renowned feature is its elegant terraced High Street, with buildings dating from the 14th century, wherein you can find the iconic Market Hall.Described by noted historian, G.M. Trevelyan, as “the most beautiful village street now left in the island”.
There are two famous and historic gardens nearby to Campden, one at Hidcote Manor Garden, owned and managed by the National Trust, and another at Kiftsgate, a privately owned garden but still open to the public. Chipping Campden has hosted its own ‘Olimpick’ Games since 1612 and was fortunate enough to have the London 2012 Olympic torch pass through, on its relay journey to London. We hope you stay and have a look through Chipping Campden Online and find out more about the town of Chipping Campden. Use Chipping Campden Online to discover Chipping Campden and see why it is often described as the ‘hidden gem of the Cotswolds’. Don’t forget to call in to The Information Centre in the High St, opposite the Market Hall, they have a wealth of information about the town and its environs. They are currently open 7 days a week.