Rose & Crown House was built in the early 17th century as a merchant's house and for most of the 19th century and early 20th century used as an inn. The building is Grade II listed and mentioned in Pevsner's the Buildings of England. It has a wonderful period feel with area's of panelling and exposed wooden beams throughout.
Chipping Campden is arguably the most attractive of the larger Cotswold's wool villages and the High Street where Rose and Crown House is located was described by the historian Sir George Trevellyan as "the most beautiful village street now left on this island". The village has an abundance of shops, restaurants and pubs and is a good centre for visiting the Cotswold beauty spots & gardens along with nearby historic Stratford-upon-Avon.
The town is situated in a conservation area, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, so in turn has a wealth of beautiful buildings and a plethora of architectural styles.
This holiday at a glance
Sleeps ten guests.
Two bathrooms and one wet room.
Stunning walled garden.
Two large open fireplaces, one of which is an inglenook.
Because of the age of the building there are some low beams and uneven stair treads.
Minimum of a three night stay increasing to seven during High season with a Friday changeover, although other weekday changeovers can be arranged.
Exposed beams and original flagstone floors.
Steeped in history.
Walking distance of High Street with abundance of shops and restaurants.
Todenham Manor Farm can deliver a box of fresh meat to your cottage for your stay.
Two log fires (logs are provided).
Adjacent to the kitchen there is a utility room with two dishwashers, an American style fridge/freezer, microwave, washing machine with separate dryer.
Television and further television with a DVD/video player.
There is a cot located in the double bedroom of the second floor and a further travel cot along with two high chairs available on request.
Attractions and nearby amenities
Close by are the National Trust gardens at Hidcote Manor.
Every year in late May the town holds the world famous Robert Dover's 'Olimpick' Games. A must see is the shin kicking and tug o' war competition as well as many other sporting events.
Throughout the surrounding areas there are a wealth of lovely walks with the war memorial in the centre of town acting as the official starting point of the 100 mile Cotswold Way.
You can enjoy the delights of the nearby surrounding counties of Oxfordshire, Worcestershire and Warwickshire. From Blenheim Palace and the Cotswolds to the south, to Worcester and the Malverns to the west plus Stratford-upon-Avon and Warwick (with the best medieval castle in Europe) all within an hour's journey.Get the full listing »