Why Stay Here ?
Chipping Norton is centrally located thus it is an ideal accommodation location for those visiting the beautiful towns and villages in North Cotswolds like Bourton-on-the-Water, Broadway, and Burdford. They also get access to the Blenheim Palace and other tourist attractions like the RollrightStones, Chastleton House, and Hidcote and Sezincote gardens. Cotswolds offers an array of holiday attractions for all ages and tastes.
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Cheap Accommodation Chipping Norton
Chipping Norton has enough to keep a family entertained throughout their stay thanks to its natural beauty. A wide selection of hotels and b&b options gives any visitor the opportunity to explore this medieval town.
Visiting Chipping Norton on a budget ?
You can get deals from as low as £46 on b&b at the Crown & Cushion Hotel, a 3 star hotel on bed and breakfast. It’s centrally located and is close to Chastleton House and the Cotswold Golf Club.
The amiable self-catering cottages are ideal if you plan on making some savings by preparing your own meals, although there are some that may offer bed and breakfast. Your choice of a cottage will depend on your needs; from family cottages to dog friendly cottages, and romantic cottages for couples in need of some privacy. Price ranges from around £38 a night in a b&b, but may vary depending on the season.
The Chipping Norton Camping and Caravanning Club Site offers an ideal location for anyone travelling on a budget. With a membership rate ranging between £7.05 and £12.00, one can always find cheap accommodation here. It has all the necessary amenities like showers, facilities for the physically challenged, kids play area, wash basins and Wi-Fi, among others.
With a choice of either levelled or sloping pitch terrain, you get to choose between grass only pitch or grass pitch with electric hook-up. There are ready tents on site in case you did not bring one along. It’s dog friendly and has a designated dog walk at no added cost.
A vibrant market town in Oxfordshire Cotswolds
The name ‘Chipping’ is drawn from an old English word ceapen which refers to a market. This market has been in existence since the 13th century and it became famous as a trading point for wool. Chipping Norton is a vibrant market town that lies on the western slopes of the Cotswolds Hills, West Oxfordshire district in Oxfordshire, England.
It was once home to a Norman castle. The St Mary church stands out from the rest in Cotswolds because of its magnificent interior. Chipping Norton not only flourished as a market, but it also was an industrial town; good quality wool and tweed was produced here.
The Bliss Tweed Mill was housed in a factory that had a dome shaped chimney that still stands out today as a landmark for Chipping Norton. William Bliss, the Mills owner, influenced the building of the railway that was used to transport coal that powered the steam engines in the mill. Though it closed doors in 1980, the Mill’s buildings have since been converted to house apartments.
Chipping Norton, also known as ‘Chippy’ by the locals, has a lot to offer for anyone visiting the area due to its rich history and warmth. It’s a filming location for some of the most successful award-winning films and movies like Harry Porter adventures, James Bond’s Die Another Day and Our Mutual Friend, a production of the BBC. The area makes for a perfect destination for tourists who want to vacation near the actual film locations.
It has a variety of shopping options like antique shops, restaurants, hotels and pubs. There’s a museum that showcases the town’s rich history and artefacts. The local theatre hosts live dances, comedy, musicals, films, and an annual family show that attracts visitors from different parts of the world.
The other top tourist attractions are The Fairy Tale Farm, the Lido for fun and games, The Quiet Woman Antique Centre, The Yellow Hat Tribe art gallery for those with an artistic inclination, and the Ramsden Rare Breeds Centre for animal enthusiasts.
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