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In the village.

Click the postcards and icons on the map to explore Whichford.
Whichford Pottery postcard

Whichford Pottery

Established in 1976 by Jim and Dominique Keeling, Whichford Pottery is a family business with a world renowned reputation. The highly skilled team of potters produces entirely handmade terracotta flowerpots which are beautiful, durable and full of character.
The Straw Kitchen postcard

The Straw Kitchen

Whichford Pottery's straw bale cafe serving delicious, seasonal home-cooked lunches and brunches, locally roasted coffee and incredible cakes.
The Norman Knight postcard

The Norman Knight

A traditional village pub with old world charm. It offers fine ales, excellent food, accommodation and views over the village green.
Cotswolds Camping postcard

Cotswolds Camping

Tranquil and picturesque glamping and camping at Holycombe on the moated site of Whichford Castle.
Holycombe postcard

Holycombe Holistic Retreat Centre

Residential weekend courses, local weekday classes and therapies with beautiful accommodation in stunning grounds.
St Michael's postcard

St Michael's Church

St Michael’s is a beautiful Grade I Listed church of Norman origin dating back to the mid-12th century. Its fine clerestory windows and medieval tombs in the Chancel are testimony to its rich patronage over the centuries.
The Old Post Office postcard

The Old Post Office

Contemporary studio art gallery, curator and artist. Open on exhibition dates and by appointment.
Walking boots in Whichford Wood

Whichford Wood

Enjoy a peaceful stroll through Whichford Wood (an SSSI), with kind permission from the owner. The MacMillan Way passes through Whichford and skirts the wood. Look out for various wildflowers, bluebells and wildlife including fallow deer.
B&B postcard

Wayside House B&B

Luxury Bed & Breakfast accommodation overlooking the village green. Dogs welcome.
B&B postcard

Hops & Vines Apartment

Pet-friendly self-catering accommodation in the centre of Whichford.