Welcome To Badgers Hall
Badgers Hall is situated in the beautiful old Cotswold market town of Chipping Campden. The building is of honey coloured Cotswold stone dating from the 15th century with mullioned windows and exposed beams.
Badgers Hall is best described as the quintessential English Guest House offering traditional Bed and Breakfast accommodation and from 2017 a very comfortable and relaxing guest lounge.
As guests you can expect a comfortable bed for the night, a good substantial breakfast in the morning and we as your hosts offer warm and generous hospitality throughout your stay. Our bedrooms are of a good size, en-suite showers and are furnished to a high standard with antique pine.
Your hosts Paul and Karen have bought this building back to life. Their speciality is on wholesome produce and fresh daily baking. Here you can have afternoon tea and only the very strong willed will be able to resist the mouth watering temptation of freshly baked scones.
For those guests who book direct with us, we will be delighted to reward you with complimentary tea and home made cake or one of Paul’sAGA baked scones with clotted cream.
Do note the tea room is only open to non-residents on Thursday Friday and Saturday, a table reservation is always recommended .
Quintessential English Accommodation in the market town of Chipping Campden in the Cotswolds
Thank You for a lovely stay, we have really enjoyed ourselves, will be back very soon. Ruth and Stephen 18th June 2016
Thank you Paul and Karen for a lovely stay, every thing was just perfect and every thing we had hoped for to celebrate mothers 75th. Cathy and Julie Moore and Val and Katy Renfree
We stayed for 2 nights in the first floor room. The room was a really good size, with a lovely view across the high street and oaked beams. It looked much better than the photos! The breakfast was really really good, there was unlimited fresh fruit salad, cereal, toast and a tailor made cooked breakfast from Paul. We really enjoyed our stay and would go back again.We stayed at Badgers Hall early fall 2011. If you like traditional English country feel, this is a perfect place...Timbered walls, rusting warm English feel. Great morning breakfast and the hosts were very helpful and polite. Would love to return someday. Testimonials