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- Love the way the garden is divided up - almost into rooms - with lovely views as you turn every corner. Great little cafe too. I’d love to return in the spring when I would imagine it would be truly stunning. Allow 2-3 hours to appreciate all the winding little paths and vistas.Written 20 October 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- We had a wonderful visit and wine tasting for our Ruby Wedding Anniversary. The company was great and Gemma was a brilliant host. We had so much fun and laughter, tasted and bought some lovely wine and brandy, and toured the vineyard. We will definitely visit again if we are in the areaWritten 2 November 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Most visitors pass the gates to Kiftsgate on their way to Hidcote which is much more famous and much busier, but they would be wise to stop here for an afternoon of horticultural delights.
It's simply wonderful: a garden with great views, narrow winding paths, ponds, terraces, temples and, of course, very interesting plants. The house itself forms a pleasing back-drop. It's impeccably maintained throughout.
Highly recommended.Written 19 September 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- I read a review where someone had not paid while they were there and they said they would have been disappointed if they had paid, well I think they were being mean, we paid to park and use their very well laid out walking paths plus the cafe which was lovely , very nice staff good food excellent coffee, the walk was beautiful and good underfoot, we didn’t go up the tower or into the Nuclear bunker because we didn’t have time but we paid a total of £5.50 each to wander on their land and park the car( it was for 4hours) and use the loo, obviously it’s dearer to go in the buildings but it wasn’t that extortionate, I would say it’s a good day out if you do the walk, go up the tower, into the bunker and have a drink ect. Not cheap but nowhere is and enough to do for a family. Very professional set up .Written 21 August 2023
- Interesting Elizabethan tombs, pretty stained glass , nice old churchyard. One embossed 1600’s tomb with the frilly Elizabethan collars is spooky but very interesting. The nearby two person standing tomb in marble with a man and woman holding hands forever is also poignant. We enjoyed the churchyard and the the narrow yew walk way back to the furthest cemetery with open fields and view of stone building relicsWritten 18 July 2023
- Do this. Glorious 90 minute walk. Flowers, sheep, hedgerows, great view of Chipping Campden rooftopsGlorious 90 minute walk. Flowers, sheep, hedgerows, great view of town rooftops from top.
Go early morning preferably on a weekday. Park on side streets if lucky or pay for 2 hours next to the Market Hall . Walk down high street to west, Start walk at corner/end of High Street and Hoo Lane. Walk uphill along sidewalk of Hoo Lane past beautiful house gardens. The road turns into gravel path to and through a 200 head sheep farm . As you go up you finally pass through fallow plowed fields on the left. On rural but busy Kingcombe Lane make sharp left for about 100 yards along the gravel verge. Best view of the whole walk of Chipping Campden is from a gap in trees along this road. Then carefully cross road along remaining path to the top. From top Nice view through tree gaps of fields and greenhouses to the North for miles but not as good view of Chipping Campden from the top.Written 18 July 2023
- What a wonderful place the owner and his staff made us so welcome and it is so fascinating to see all the tools displayed and still being used after 100 years
We would so recommend a visit to this very unusual and fascinating WorkshopWritten 18 October 2023
- We stayed with friends at Cotswold House on a Travelzoo offer. This hotel is probably the best maintained old building I have stayed in. No cracks in walls, the plumbing worked fine as did the heating. The staff were excellent and keen to help. The menu and food was equally good.Written 18 November 2023
- Excellent experience and not to be missed. The team encouraged us to look around the workshops and watch the craftsman at work.
Julian went out of his way to show us many of the amazing commissions that they have created..
The workshops are fascinating and have hardly changed over the generationsWritten 10 November 2023
- A wealth of history from the past in the middle of the town's main street. Worth a walk-by or maybe more depending on your interest in commerce.Written 13 June 2023
- The gentlemsn working on 27th July was amazing.
We spent a few £ buying information leaflets, which were very interesting and useful. However, he was actually the highlight of our visit to the village. Fun, informative and enthusiastic I only wish I knew his name so could personally thank him.
And yes we did visit the memorial garden.Written 28 July 2022
- Imposing house sitting on the edge of the town. Wasn’t open on the day we visited so took a walk up the road and got some fabulous photos looking across the fields.Written 28 November 2018
- It was like a scene from the Secret Garden.
A tantilising view through a wrought iron gate. Inside a compact garden and the history of Ernest Wilson. Quiet, places sit, an interesting history of one of England's finest Plant Hunters. If in CC go, if not, don't worry.Written 8 November 2021
- Small friendly museum featuring local art and craft designers and makers of the period. Good for enthusiastsWritten 29 May 2019
- We almost missed this church. From the road one would not notice that inside the narrow lane between people's house,there is a church. However, we noticed it when we arrived at our hotel before time and we made a survey of that little area.
It was a very lovely, warm welcome to everyone. Inside there was a place for those who like to write down one's pray. It was a very nice, little church that it was so special to us.
I also took the photos of the proverbs that were in the church which were so warm, and good to remember.
It would be nice to visit this church in this little village. This church was like a hidden "gem" for those who like serenity, and peace with a warm welcome atmosphere.Written 19 September 2019
Frequently Asked Questions about Chipping Campden
- The best day trips from Chipping Campden according to Tripadvisor travellers are:
- Cotswolds in a Day Tour from Moreton-in-Marsh / Stratford-on-Avon
- Explore the Hidden Gems of Cotswolds Private Tour
- Cotswold Winter Explorer
- Explore the Cotswolds (Private Day Tour from London)
- Our Famous North Cotswold Tour
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