Our first stop on our visit to the Cotswolds was the charming market town of Chipping Campden in Gloucestershire. The High Street was a delight with its 14th century honey coloured buildings. In the centre of the street is the Market Hall, which we discovered is cared for by the National Trust. In fact, most of the town centre is a conservation area.
We managed to park outside the Bantam Tea rooms, which meant we did not have to search for a car park.The building simply oozed with character having been built in 1693 and was originally known as the Guild House. All the produce on offer was homemade and locally sourced. We chose three cream teas, which cost us £20.75.
After enjoying the friendly hospitality we continued on our journey.