Broad Campden

Close to Chipping Campden but with its own identity is based around the influences of the Arts and Crafts movement.

C R Ashbee, the architect who did so much for nearby Chipping Campden, lived here for a while early last century. There is a rare 17th century Friends Meeting House and the Monarch’s Way runs through the village.

Set in rolling countryside and dissected by streams, many of Broad Campden’s cottages are thatched, which along with the honey Cotswold stone, makes Broad Campden one of the most picturesque villages in the North Cotswolds.

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