Travelling to Chipping Campden by road
Getting to Chipping Campden is straightforward. The village lies roughly equidistant between the M5 and M40 motorways, around a 45-minute drive from each.
If you’re travelling to Chipping Campden from London, leave the M40 at Banbury and follow signs towards Evesham and then Chipping Campden.
If you’re coming from the north or the south-west, leave the M5 at Tewkesbury and you’ll pick up signs that will direct you towards Chipping Campden.
Most of the route is on A roads, so if you’re not familiar with the area, we’d highly recommend that you bring a sat nav or use an online facility like the AA Route Planner to help you plan your journey.
Getting the train to Chipping Campden
The nearest train station to Chipping Campden is located at Moreton-in-Marsh.
This station is served by trains to and from London and Oxford. From Moreton-in-Marsh, it’s possible to take a bus or a taxi to Chipping Campden.
Be sure to check bus timetables before making plans as the service can be fairly erratic. It’s also worth taking a look at gwr.com just in case of any engineering works that could disrupt your journey. These are especially common at weekends.