The Seagrave Arms

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Friday Street Weston Subedge
Chipping Campden
Cotswolds
Gloucestershire
England
GL55 6QF

The Seagrave Arms, Chipping Campden

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The Seagrave Arms is a Grade II listed and award-winning country inn offering charming accommodation intimate countryside dining and a warm friendly service in the heart of the Cotswolds. Awarded 2 Rosettes recently our restaurant serves seasonal British food along with pub classics.

 4 star rating

From: £79.00


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