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(11.6 miles away)
A wonderful market town that offers lots to do in the way of quality food and drink. Be sure to check out Warner’s Budgens on the High Street and The Cotswold Cheese Shop, voted as Britain’s best New Deli, which sell a wide range of breads and delicatessen food. On Tuesdays there is a wonderful market that sells local produce and other artisan crafts, and, if you’re here in September, don’t miss the Moreton Show, a one-day countryside event that attracts around 20,000 visitors – check their website to find out more: www.moretonshow.co.uk. Also, find the time to have a drink at The Bell Inn, where many locals believe it to be the inspiration behind The Prancing Pony, the famous pub in J R R Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings books.


(9.4 miles away)
Another of the Cotswolds’ famous market towns, Stow has been one since the 12th century.There are many good restaurants, pubs and cafés to visit. Stow is also an important centre for fine antiques shops, art galleries and craft shops. A superb famers’ market is held in the town’s square on the second Thursday of each month, between 9am-1pm.

Chipping Norton

(6 miles away)
Fondly known as ‘Chippy’ to the locals, Chipping Norton houses some good shops for all those seeking some retail therapy. Unusually, as the town is so small, there is a running theatre which is excellent. The theatre regularly shows contemporary plays and screens the best of art house and Hollywood cinema.

Daylesford Organic Farmshop

This farm contains not only a butchers, bakery, and fishmonger, but also a creamery, grocer, homeware shop, garden shop and café. The fruits, vegetables and herbs are picked each morning from the market garden, and the organic animals can be seen roaming on the surrounding pastures.
near Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire, GL56 0YG (4.6 miles away)
01608 731700 | www.daylesford.com/kingham

The Hook Norton Brewery

An independent family business since 1849, the brewery offers tours which takes you through the history and making of some of the country’s best real ales such as the award winning ‘Hooky’ and ‘Double Stout’. With over ten thousand visitors a year, Hook Norton is very much at the heart of Cotswold life.
Brewery Lane, Hook Norton, Oxon, OX15 5NY (11 miles away)
01608737210 | www.hooky.co.uk

Farmers’ Markets

Farmers’ markets are a common occurrence in the Cotswolds, and they are held throughout the year at different venues. For more information on where and when these markets are, visit www.cotswolds.com