The Eight Bells was originally built in the 14th Century to house the stonemasons that built St. James' church and has 6 supremely comfortable en-suite bedrooms.
Year after year this pub is recognised within the food and pub guides that really matter and are visited regularly by discerning locals and those who return to the Cotswolds time and time again.Their philosophy is simple - to cook relevant dishes using seasonal produce to the highest possible standard.
Relax and enjoy a wealth of oak beams and Cotswold stone in their traditional bar which is welcoming, relaxed and the perfect place to wind down over a pint or two of local ale.
All of their 6 bedrooms are en-suite and are refurbished to a high standard. Each bedroom is individually decorated and priced according to their style and size, offering a choice to suit all tastes. A freshly cooked full English or vegetarian breakfasts awaits you in the morning, accompanied by cereals, fruit and creamy porridge. They also serve omelettes, scrambled eggs with smoked salmon, along with juice, tea and cafetiere coffee.
Idyllic Church Street is just off Chipping Campden’s High Street, lined with small shops in old Cotswold stone buildings. Picturesque Stow-on-the-Wold is just 17 minutes’ drive away, and Stratford-upon-Avon, birthplace of Shakespeare, around 23 minutes away.