As a gesture of goodwill, Cotswold Charm is able to offer you the chance to take up some mid-week availability caused by late cancellations in the up and coming September and October at last year’s prices.
Sun 12th to morning Fri 17th September
Sun 26th September to morning Fri 1st October
Sun 3rd to morning Fri 1st October
Mon 11th to morning Fri 15th October
Sun 17th to morning Fri 22nd October
any time between Fri 1st to morning of Sat 23rd October
Over the Arches:
Sun 26th September to morning of Fri 1st October
Sun 10th to morning of Thu 14th October
Sun 17th to morning of Sun 24th October
Sun 3rd to morning of Wed 6th October
Sat 9th to morning of Fri 15th October
any time between Thu 19th to morning end of November
Tally Ho View:
any time between Sat 9th to morning of Sun 23rd October
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Things To Do in Chipping Campden
The Cotswolds will be full to bursting with amazing events this autumn and it’s a great chance to get out and about in the late summer sunshine and soak up the festival atmosphere. You’ll be spoilt for choice of fabulous things to see and do and with our glorious countryside exploding with beautiful autumn colour, there’s nowhere better for an autumn break.
If walking is your joy, get your walking boots on and enjoy the award winning Cotswolds Walking Festival in beautiful Winchcombe. With four walks to choose from for all abilities – all led by knowledgeable local guides – you’ll be spoilt for choice of which part of the beautiful countryside you want to explore. The festival runs 1 – 3 October.
You will also find a myriad of walks and cycle rides in and around Chipping Campden – start by visiting the Chipping Campden Information Centre to focus your attention.
The Kingfisher sculptures – discover more than twenty stunning new sculptures in the Kingfisher Trail which takes place across the Cotswolds until 3 October. Download the app or map to start your adventure finding the wonderful kingfisher sculptures – all decorated by talented local artists. Don’t miss the flying kingfisher too – who’ll swoop into a new location every fortnight!
Classic cars to the world’s most elite super and hypercar brands, Salon Prive at Blenheim Palace is an unforgettable celebration of the very best the motoring world has to offer. From the globally renowned Concours d’Elegance to Ladies’ Day you’ll find a car to suit every taste. And on the final day the lawns are open for everyone to enjoy the spectacle. 1 – 5 September.
Moreton Show – visit the UK’s biggest traditional one-day agricultural show which takes place on Saturday 4 September in 165 acres of glorious Cotswold countryside. Discover the countryside in a day with farming, food and family fun.
Crafts Alive features members of the Gloucestershire Guild of Craftsmen who’ll be selling their unique, handcrafted pieces at the equally unique Rodmarton Manor! Themed around ‘The Lie of the Land’, there’ll be a programme of workshops, talks and demonstrations as well as physical theatre performances, plantsmanship lessons and artisan and gourmet food. It runs from 8 – 12 September. More Info
Giffords Circus and its most famous entertainers with a visit the Cotswolds this September. ‘The Hooley’ features fairies, trolls, pixies, and leprechauns as well as music, dancing and Tweedy the Clown! Get ready for a madcap night of magical entertainment!
Blenheim Palace – celebrate the new season at its new Autumn Festival held over the last weekend in September and first in October. Discover a green-inspired market, delicious locally-sourced food from around the globe, talks and workshops on the past and future. With plenty of games, a fiendishly difficult adventure competition and dragons to find in the maze, the event promises to be a fun day out for all the family.
Burford – the Burford Literary Festival will have a book for your every passion – and an author to excite. Running from 23 – 27 September, this brand-new event brings local residents and visitors together through an inspiring programme featuring more than 40 authors and covering topics and genres ranging from history to politics, the natural world and poets to children’s literature.
Tetbury’s Annual Music Festival is the place for you to spoil yourself with the perfect cultural weekend break. Enjoy a range of performances from classical to contemporary, as well as lectures and interviews to learn more about how these great works were written.
Check out what is on for many more events including the Women’s Tour professional cycle race, speciality markets, heritage open days and other Cotswold town festivals.
Book your Autumn stay now and come to chipping Campden and the Cotswolds for the Outstanding Natural Beauty and our 100s of wonderful attractions, shopping experiences, festivals, restaurants, tea rooms & more.