An introduction to Chipping Camden
Situated at the northern tip of Gloucestershire, Chipping Camden is a small market town set in the stunning natural beauty of the Cotswolds. It's known for its aesthetic, terraced high street, with buildings erected from the 14th to the 17th century. Today, it's a popular tourist stopping point for those visiting the Cotswolds, full of rustic inns, hospitable hotels, and various specialist shops and restaurants.
Discover the Cotswolds
After just one trip to the Cotswolds, you'll understand exactly why it's been such a popular destination for UK breaks. It covers over 800 square miles and five counties; Gloucestershire, Warwickshire, Wiltshire, Oxfordshire and Worcestershire. Though all of the different towns and counties that make up the Cotswolds have their own unique identities and nuances, they all share those beautiful staples of the Cotswolds: miles of rolling, unspoilt countryside, beautiful, ancient buildings, and a hospitable culture that brings people back time and time again.
Welcome to Hidcote Manor and Garden
A short drive north from Chipping Camden, visitors can see one of the prettiest National Trust sites in the Cotswolds area. This Arts and Crafts garden was created by the prominent American horticulturalist Major Lawrence Johnston. Discover a maze of paved pathways and tucked-away gardens, intricately designed outdoor �rooms� and other charming curiosities, or explore the surrounding acres of untouched woodland.
Looking for a cheap hotel Near Chipping Camden? Travelodge Tewkesbury Hotel is just over half an hour away by car, as is Travelodge Stratford upon Avon Hotel.