You may have noticed I have been more active on my blog recently (or maybe not haha), and that is because I have sooo many little trips to share with you all that I never got round to posting as “I didn’t have time, etc”….
Now, I know this isn’t the time to be going anywhere, but I thought it would be a great time to publish these posts so we can all still explore…. but in the comfort of our own homes.
Or, like me, make a list of places you want to visit when this is all over, that is what I am going to do! So here is one to add to your list of future places to visit….
Chipping Campden is a small market town located in The Cotswolds. Like all villages and towns in The Cotswolds, Chipping Campden is very pretty, quaint and of course, quintessentially British!
James and I are very lucky as we don’t live too far from The Cotswolds, I will leave a link here if you want to read more about what the Cotswolds actually are, this explains it way better than I can!
James and I have visited a few different places in The Cotswolds over the years, and I would say Chipping Campden is one of the largest places we have visited. It has a long, pretty high street that has a mixture of cute Cotswold stone cottages, independent shops, tea rooms, cafes and restaurants!
After wandering down the high street and looking at all of the pretty buildings and making James go up little streets to take pictures of all of the houses I would like to live in, we stopped for a bite to eat at a restaurant called Bistro on the Square. This was a lovely place to rest and grab a hot chocolate! It was also one of the quieter places to eat as Chipping Campden was quite busy due to it being a sunny Sunday!
After we had a bite to eat, we had a slow stroll back down the high street popping in the shops we missed on the way up and then made our way home. On a side note- there was plenty of parking, which was great! There is also lots of walks around the area and we spotted lots of dogs – so perfect to visit if you have a furry friend!
If you want to see where else we have explored in The Cotswolds, I will leave the links below;
I hope you enjoyed this post and please do let me know if you have been to The Cotswolds and where your favourite place to visit has been, so I can put it on my list of places to visit (hopefully soon!)