Little Gidding Cotswold B&B near Chipping Campden
Little Gidding is a stone house set well off the road in the centre of the village of Ebrington which is a designated conservation area situated in the Cotswold Area of Outstanding National Beauty.
Little Gidding Cotswold B&B is near Chipping Campden and also ideal for locations such as Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwick, Cheltenham, Broadway and Bourton on the Water.
Both Chipping Campden and the two famous gardens of Hidcote and Kiftsgate are within walking distance of Little Gidding using local footpaths and maps for these and other local walks are available from your hosts.
We have two very spacious first floor en-suite rooms. One king size room with it's own exclusive separate guest entrance and one super-king size room.
Each room is well appointed with Flat Screen TV, Radio, Alarm Clock, Hairdryer, Fridge and Tea and Coffee making facilities.
All of our rooms have views to the large rear gardens and across open Cotswold countryside.
Guests have access to their own lounge to relax in and which contains extensive local information and maps. Little Gidding Cotswold B&B also has a large private garden, which guests are welcome to explore or relax in at any time and in which breakfast can be served if the weather allows.
A choice of breakfasts is available from full English to Continental, all served with a wide choice of teas and coffee and special diets can be catered for by arrangement.
All the food is sourced locally within a thirty mile radius of Chipping Campden wherever possible, with some vegetables and fruit from our own garden in season.
There is ample off-road private parking at the front of the house for guest's vehicles.
We are ideally situated for touring the Cotswolds, Shakespeare Country, Warwick, Cheltenham, The Vale of Evesham and Oxfordshire and the world famous gardens of Hidcote Manor and Kiftsgate Court are both only two miles away.
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This page was last updated: 09 September 2010