Chedworth is a beautiful village in a conservation area. The village is arranged on either side of a valley stretching for 1 1/2 miles. The cottage is located at the upper end of the village less than two minutes from the open fields and stream winding down the valley.
The historic centre of the village, the Church, the Manor House and the Seven Tuns pub is less than five minutes away.
Chedworth is famous for the Roman Villa which is a twenty minute walk from the village, on the way you will pass by the Chedworth Nature Reserve.
The village has three pubs within the parish. All provide food with the Hare and Hounds having won local awards for its restaurant.
In the evening a stroll to the Seven Tuns to sample the excellent hospitality, range of real beers, and home cooked food makes it difficult to want to leave the village.
The Farm Shop (Cotswold Farm Fayre) stocks local produce and has an award winning coffee shop which opens at 9:00 a.m. They use their own produce to make a variety of food including full English breakfast as well as the usual coffee and home made cakes. They also make delicious “ready meals”.
The pictures below provide an introduction to the village.
The post box is the obvious sign of the Old Post Office.
The Post Office well before the post box was installed
As it looks today
Stunning scenery is all around
A view across the valley
Five minutes walk to the pub
Welcome to The Seven Tuns
St Andrews Church here since 1499
The Manor
In the snow there is a different kind of beauty
More recent residents seem untroubled by the cold
Return to home.