The Bakers Arms, Broad Campden

The Bakers Arms, Broad Campden
The Bakers Arms is a traditional Cotswold country pub, nestling in the picturesque village of Broad Campden - just a few minutes' walk from Chipping Campden and ideally situated for access to the stunning Cotswold Way.

It is also the 'local' of Father Brown, the crime-solving priest who stars in the BBC drama filmed in the Cotswolds.

You don't find pubs like the Baker's Arms every day. Toasty fires in the winter and a huge pub garden for the summer. Four real ales, home-cooked food and a hearty welcome await the local or the visitors alike.

Food is served in the bar and in the dining room. This is a popular, cosy pub so booking is always advisable to guarantee a table.

Broad Campden is part of the larger Chipping Campden which has one of the most beautiful High Streets in the country.

The Cotswold Way ends (or begins depending on which way around you choose) in the town centre, and there is always something going on. If you're visiting for a holiday, check your dates against some of the great things going on in Campden and the surrounding areas.

More Information

Address:

Broad Campden, Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire GL55 6UR

Telephone:

01386 840515

Email:

info@bakersarmscampden.co.uk

Website:

www.bakersarmscampden.com

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