Chipping Campden is an unspoiled gem offering a reminder of life in the Cotswalds in medieval times. The curving main street is surrounded by wonderful stone cottages, ancient inns, and historic homes, as well as the occasional luxury boutique. The town’s most obvious site is the wonderful 17th century Market Hal with its multiple gables and elaborate timber roof. Further on at the end of High Street is the 15th century St. James’, one of the great wool churches of the Cotswolds. Nearby on Church Street is a remarkable row of almshouses dating from the 17th century. About 4 miles northeast of Chipping Campden, the Hidcote Manor Garden is one of the finest examples of arts and crafts landscaping in Britain.