The Eight Bells was originally built in the 14th century to house the stonemasons that built St. James’ church and was later used to store the peel of eight bells that were hung in the church tower hence its name.
The Inn was rebuilt using most of the original stone and timbers during the 17th century. What exists today is an outstanding example of a traditional Cotswolds Inn. Only 50m off Chipping Camdens bustling High Street (so free from town centre and road noise) we are just a short stroll from all places of interest within the Town. Chipping Campden itself is surrounded by a wealth of Cotswold towns, villages and exquisite hamlets – perfect for cycling and walking. In fact, the town is the start/end point of the famous Cotswold Way Walk.