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This is a proper Cotswolds town full of independent shops built out of traditional stone.
Even on a gloomy January afternoon, it was very pleasant to wander around and admire buildings some of which must be 500 years old.
full of lovely shops all open---even in November.....good buys and local items. we did lots of shopping at the post office on the high street....imagine....had lots of well-priced local items such as jewelry.
Debatable whether this is a large village or a small town but whichever it is well worth a visit. The High Street including going out of the town at each end is beatifully preserved and probably one of the best in the the Cotswolds. Behind...More
Not been to the Cotswolds much before. Beautiful scenery and honey-coloured buildings. Chipping Campden is a lovely market town with a wonderful Cathedral-like Church (St James) and a high street just made for meandering along. Interesting shops and comfortable coffee shops, also a great cheese...More
Though parking can be a challenge, this is a terrific street to walk along and enjoy. Many intriguing shops. I enjoyed the vast array of doors (some of which are pictured below). Some of the shops sell beautiful arts and crafts from the area -...More
Not sure how it will compare with the other towns and villages we visit after starting our Cotswald Way hike tomorrow but if they are nearly as good it will be a marvellous tour.
Chipping Campden is a larger village than we expected with some...More
This has to be the street people picture when they think of the Costwolds. And yet to us it was not a touristy type street. Full of life, people chatting, doing business, walking around. Just a very typical Cotswold experience - which is why we...More