Meysey Hampton: A Village With A Cricket Green (2023)

Nestled in the heart of the Cotswolds (a designated area of natural beauty in 1966), Meysey Hampton is a small and peaceful village that’s perfect for those seeking a quiet escape in the countryside.

In Meysey Hampton, The Church of St Mary the Virgin, a Grade II listed building, is accessible by foot via Church Street.

The village is close to the award-winning Poulton Hill Estate vineyards, which produce 20,000 bottles of wine every year. Grapes include red Pinot Noir, Regent and Rondo and white Bacchus and Seyval Blanc.

Down the road is RAF Fairford and Meysey Hampton makes an ideal place to stay if you are attending The Royal International Air Tattoo; a major air show that takes place annually every July.

Accommodations include Field End House, Cotswold Cottages 25 (Airbnb) and the Mason Arms.

Heathrow Airport to Meysey Hampton takes approximately 2 hours by car.

The Cotswolds is a place where you can escape the stresses of everyday life and find some much-needed peace and quiet. Whether you’re sitting by a tranquil stream, hiking through the hills, or simply enjoying a quiet afternoon in a garden, the area is the perfect place to unwind and relax.

The region is home to several historic manor houses and gardens, which offer visitors a glimpse into the region’s rich history and culture.

These properties are often set in beautiful grounds and are surrounded by stunning countryside, making them the perfect destination for a day trip or a weekend away.

There are dozens of hamlets, villages and towns to visit across the region including Longborough, Lower Slaughter, Oddington and Mickleton.

If you’re looking for ideas on where to visit in the Cotswolds, our comprehensive 5-day itinerary or look at our home page.

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