Chipping Campden is certainly is the recommended town to stay in while in the Cotswolds, and we found the B&B to be fabulously well located (once we found it, which took a while, as no address is on the website or anywhere, for some reason). The garden is lovely, the street is lovely too, and there is access to the famous walking paths from across the street, down the street, all over really. I had wonderful morning runs from this B&B. It's a very short walk to St James' Church, one of the largest and most picturesque in the Costwolds, and it's an easy drive from Chipping to almost anywhere (no cell service, however). The B&B is homespun, with the owners actually residing downstairs, which wasn't the case at some of our "B&Bs". We took up all 3 rooms (with the kids using a Jack & Jill bathroom between their rooms), so we really felt like guests. I might not suggest the rooms for very tall or large people because they're in a sloped attic-like upstairs, but for us this was no big deal. The showers worked. Breakfast was good and the owners were friendly and accommodating. If it were a little less expensive, it would be perfect, but I suppose that since this was our only stop where we had 3 rooms, that could explain the high price.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Stonecroft Bed & Breakfast is just a two minute walk from the historic high street of Chipping Campden and therefore within easy reach of the many pubs, restaurants and shops. The gardens boast a large patio and seating area with a delightful stream running through. Rated A.A. 3 stars. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Stonecroft Bed And Breakfast Chipping Campden, Cotswolds