Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire
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Two bedroom Gloucestershire holiday cottage
This holiday cottage is a Grade II listed period property situated in an enviable position on Lower High Street, in this delightful old market town. Although recently modernised it contains many of the original doors, windows and floors, some dating back to the 1700s.
The front door opens into the comfortable and cosy lounge with it's open fireplace and original flagstone floor. From here you can walk through to the large fitted kitchen with electric cooker, washing machine, fridge, freezer, microwave, dishwasher and toaster and French doors opening onto the garden terrace, which is complete with garden furniture.
The narrow garden ends with another patio overlooking the peaceful river Cam, with farmland beyond and views to Westington.
Also on the ground floor is the bathroom again with flagstone floor. The original staircase winds upstairs to two double bedrooms.
Central heating, all gas and electricity included in rental, colour TV, video & hi-fi in living room. Linen & towels included in rental. Basket of logs.
Chipping Campden is situated at the northern end of the Cotswold Hills and is one of the jewels of the Cotswolds. It is not surprising therefore that it is one of the most popular and beautiful tourist destinations in the UK. One of the main attractions is the High Street. Filled with beautiful honey-coloured stone buildings (14th-17th centuries), it is often described as the most perfect High Street in England. It features a wide range of interesting, sometimes unique, small shops. You'll also find a large variety of good restaurants, hotels and pubs - all offering both traditional and international cuisine. Anyone searching for the heritage of the Middle Ages will find it in Chipping Campden. For in the space of a hundred metres or so, you'll find excellent examples of Elizabethan, Georgian, Jacobean, Regency and Victorian architectures. The famous Jacobean Market Hall dates from 1627 whilst St James's Church dates from the 15th century.
The Cotswolds' own "Olympicks" are held at Dover's Hill, Chipping Campden every summer. The event is named after Robert Dover, who established the festival of games in the 17th century on the hill that overlooks Chipping Campden. The first Cotswold Olympicks were held with permission from King James I in 1612, they were revived in 1951 and since 1963, they have been held every year. The original games featured shinkicking and sword play, but modern day games feature rural sports, tug-of-war and band displays.
Short breaks are available at the following percentages of the weekly rental
2 nights @ 50%
3 nights @ 60%
4 nights @ 70%
5 nights @ 80%
6 nights @ 90%
Minimum charge of £200 applies. Please note that no short breaks allowed over Easter, Christmas or New Year.
26 January 2008