STOP THE CAR!!! This was exactly the phrase that left my mouth as we turned the corner onto this beautiful road, sloping its way into Chipping Campden. Cottage after cottage of prettiness and thatching, gorgeous dahlia and colourful front doors. Chipping Campden in the Autumn is so beautiful,
I was in my element taking pictures of these beautiful houses and look at this pretty lamppost which has been left to enhance the quaint feel of this Cotswold village.
We were headed to Chipping Campden to have a glorious afternoon tea at the Cotswold House Hotel & Spa. We stayed there on a previous visit to the Cotswolds and knew how good it was so we wanted to pay another visit. I wore my houndstooth ensemble from Zara.
The afternoon tea consists of a selection of sandwiches, fruit and plain scones and cakes and desserts. We upgraded to have Prosecco as well as tea. When you arrive you can choose the kind of tea you would like to have and we both went for a Twinings blend of Redbush Caramel.
The scones are served warm and are absolutely to die for! The tea was also really lovely and very unusual, I’d definitely recommend it to try. We forced as much down as we could but in the end we were beaten!
After the afternoon tea, we definitely needed a walk so we had a little mooch round Chipping Campden. There are some lovely gift shops and tea rooms but for me the houses are the most interesting thing to look at.
This is my absolute favourite House in Chipping Campden, I’d love to see inside!
We stayed at the Fish Hotel in Broadway, just a short drive from Chipping Campden.