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A historic Grade II* Listed building set in the heart of Chipping Campden offering an exciting business premises or family home (subject to the necessary planning consents).


  • Tea room/living room
  • Dining room
  • Kitchen
  • Store/utility
  • Cloakrooms
  • Drawing room
  • 5 bedrooms
  • 5 bathrooms
  • Courtyard garden


Badgers Hall is one of the most distinctive of all the central High Street properties with important historical connections and restored to make an excellent commercial property right opposite the War Memorial and Market Hall. The business has built up in the past 20 odd years, making this an exciting opportunity to purchase business premises, perfect for trading in the centre of the town but with potential as an ideal family home. Currently used as a very successful tea room and guest house, Badgers Hall (formerly listed as Morrey's Stores) is Listed Grade II* dating from the mid-17th century and built of Cotswold stone and stone slate with 2 distinctive gables and mullioned windows having drip boards, fronting the High Street. The property has lots of period character and charm and is traditionally furnished (contents not included) making it extremely popular with guests and repeat bookings. The accommodation has gas central heating, stone fireplaces, exposed timber and stone work, with a well-equipped semi-professional kitchen and enclosed courtyard, it is ideal for buyers wanting to continue to run a guest house or an opportunity to use this commercial property to create their own unique business. To the rear of Badgers hall is a South-Easterly facing, enclosed courtyard, ideal for sitting out, with a right of way in favour of The Old Coach House behind. Chipping Campden is one of the most beautiful and historic of all the Cotswold market towns. It lies in a fold of the Cotswold Hills in the heart of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty approximately 12 miles to the South East of Stratford-upon-Avon and 22 miles North of Cheltenham. The town is well known for its traditional Cotswold architecture, much of it dating back to the Middle Ages. There is a good range of shops catering for most everyday needs as well as a number of specialist suppliers, a library, schools and a doctor's surgery. Cheltenham and Stratford-upon-Avon are the main shopping and cultural centres for the region. The surrounding countryside offers many excellent walks and rides and there are ample sporting opportunities. There is a mainline station to London from Moreton-in-Marsh (about 8 miles) and most West Midland centres are within daily commuting distance.