We stayed here from July 9-12, 2011. I was a little unsure about staying in a true B&B where you are in the owner’s home, but it couldn’t have been better. The location is great. It is about ¾ of a block from the main street of Chipping Campden. Far enough away to be quiet – not that there is much noise in the town, but I did notice a few gratuitously rowdy noisemakers on the main street next to a hotel, which no doubt displeased the hotel. Our B&B was removed from all that because it is in a neighborhood.
The garden is a picture postcard of the perfect English garden, and the property has a stream running through it with an established garden along the banks. You can hear the running stream from your room, which was a welcome change from the noise of the cities we visited on our month long trip to Europe. We stayed in the twin room which was spacious, and although it shared a bathroom with another room the proprietors, Roger and Lesley, never rent both rooms out unless it is to the same group so we had the space to ourselves. The third room is completely removed. The house has a separate entry for the guests. Roger and Lesley are as conversational (or not) as the guests wish and they have grown to have a good instinct for who wants to be chatty. Roger was particularly helpful to me with some driving trauma. The beds were very comfortable, probably the most comfortable of our trip. There was plenty of hot water and good water pressure. There was a hairdryer as promised.
The breakfast was a good, solid, well prepared English breakfast with French-pressed coffee. Roger and Lesley are very attentive to their guests’ needs and food requests. The guest quarters are immaculately maintained. We were there to just sight see in the Cotswolds but other guests were starting their hike of the Cotswolds Way, the 100 mile hike to Bath. The town is the start of the hike, and this B&B is a fine place to spend your first night or two before the hike. They are accustomed to guests who have their baggage delivered by the various services who shuttle baggage for the hikers. Payment is by cash only (which is becoming the norm). I would definitely stay in this B&B if I were to return to Chipping Campden, and highly recommend it.
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