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Getting here


The Churchill Arms is located in the centre of Paxford village, 2½ miles east of the quintessential, historic small north Cotswold town of Chipping Campden. Paxford is easily accessed from all parts of the UK by both road and rail.


Paxford is located 5½ miles from the rail station of Moreton in Marsh, on the London Paddington to Worcester mainline. Regular trains serve the station, 7 days per week, with reduced price weekend return tickets available throughout the year.

The North-West and South-West of the UK are accessed via Evesham Station, served by the Birmingham/Bristol/Exeter mainline, where frequent services operate daily.

Taxis are available at both stations, and we would be delighted to arrange for private transport to meet our Churchill Arms guests.


The small village of Paxford is located on the B4479, close to the villages of Blockley, Broad Campden and Aston Magna. It is, perhaps, most easily accessed as follows:

From The South West, South Wales and The North West of England:

Take the A44 from Evesham towards Oxford, passing the picturesque town of Broadway. Having climbed the famous Dovers’ Hill, look out for the B4479 on your left, signposted Blockley/Paxford. If you descend through the village of Bourton on the Hill, you have just missed the turning!

Follow the B4479 through Blockley, past the local brickworks and across the railway crossing. You will enter Paxford village in approximately 1 mile.

From the beautiful small town of Chipping Campden, 2.5 miles west of Paxford, proceed to the top of the main street and take the turning to the left signposted, Stratford upon Avon and Shipston on Stour (B4006). Approx 1.3 miles after leaving the town, take the right turning marked Paxford. This lane leads directly to the village, so turn right at the end, and the Churchill Arms is 400 yards on your left.

From The East and South East of England

Take the A44 from Oxford towards Chipping Norton and Moreton in Marsh, continuing on the A44 towards Broadway/Evesham until reaching the crest of the hill after the village of Bourton on the Hill (nice pub here – The Horse & Groom). The signposted B4479 takes you through Blockley and into Paxford village. Can’t miss The Churchill Arms!

From London, take the M40 north to Junction 9, then heading west (not Bicester) towards the Oxford/Woodstock junction with the A44. Take the A44 to the north, and follow the directions via Moreton in Marsh in the paragraph above.

From the South of England

Take the Fosse Way from Cirencester, via Stow on the Wold to Moreton in Marsh. At the first roundabout, turn left onto the A44 towards Broadway/Evesham and up through Bourton on the Hill. At the top of the hill, turn left on to the B4479 as directed above.

From Stratford Upon Avon, Solihull, Warwick and Leamington Spa, take the Fosse Way (A429) south, towards Moreton in Marsh. At the junction marked Chipping Campden/Shipston on Stour (B4006), turn left towards Chipping Campden. Take the 3rd turning left towards Paxford (marked Northcote/Blockley Business Parks) and follow the lane (B4479) into Paxford village. The Churchill Arms is on your left.

Opening hours
 Monday – Thursday
Lunch 12 – 3
Dinner 6 – 9
Friday & Saturday
Lunch 12 – 3
Dinner 6 – 10
Lunch 12 – 8

The new owner is a world class chef - Janekg, Shipston-on-Stour

Modern British food 5STAR restaurant quality at reasonable prices - James B, Sydney

The best roast beef!! Set in beautiful surroundings with fantastic staff - Jon

Food was superb and service very good - Hamish G

The Churchill Arms Reborn ...and Its Great !!! - Paul W

Delightful, great Sunday lunch - Jacqui, Leamington

Success! Delicious lunch - Catherine, Moreton

Lovely place with good atmosphere, good food - Jonny M

Best B&B we've stayed at in the Cotswolds, what a fab breakfast – Kevin & Lynn

Best food in the the North Cotswolds – Yvonne, Stockport

Best pub in the Cotswolds! – Paul, Warwick

Warm welcome with friendly staff , fire roaring, lovely friendly customers & great menu – Dolly