The Honeypot is a charming, traditional old Cotswold stone holiday cottage that is perfectly positioned just forty steps from the famous and historic high street of Chipping Campden. Tucked away down a little passage, it provides a delightful romantic retreat which still retains much original character and charm.
Its exposed beams, stone walls and fire place with log burner are complimented by pretty fabrics with a traditional feel, providing a high standard of comfort and style.
Chipping Campden is one of the most picturesque and photographed towns within the Cotswolds. Being easily accessible and centrally located, it is an ideal base for those who want to explore the many attractions of the area including Stratford upon Avon (Shakespeare's birthplace), Blenheim Palace, Oxford, Cheltenham, Warwick Castle and even Bath! Many a day can also be spent driving around the beautiful countryside and visiting the quintessential villages and towns that the Cotswolds is so famous for.
Alternatively, stay locally and explore the area and its local attractions by foot. With lovely walks from the front door and a good selection of interesting little shops, pubs and restaurants, this is an ideal holiday destination for those who want to leave the car at home.
Whether you are looking for a short break or a longer holiday, this romantic retreat is sure to please at any time of the year!
Andy & Sarah Smith joined Independent Cottages in February 2010
Outside: Small lawned area with table and chairs. Unlimited parking is available on the High Street.
Additional information: Prices include all linen and towels, gas central heating, electricity and your first basket of logs (more are available on request for a small charge). One small, well behaved dog is welcome. The day bed in the single room is not recommended for use by under six's due to the entrapment hazard however the pull out trundle is fine to use and we can also provide a travel cot if required. There is a no smoking policy within the cottage.
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