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Historic venue launches new attraction

A Cotswold coaching inn is celebrating a fresh chapter in its long history after benefiting from recent investment.

The Noel Arms, at which Charles II is thought to have stayed during the English Civil War in the 17th century, in Chipping Campden is now home to a coffee shop.

It is designed in a country-chic style with grey slate flooring, oak beams and a large wooden table.

The menu will also include fair trade coffee for the perfect brew, an array of teas, soft drinks, smoothies and milk-shakes, as well as a selection of homemade pastries, cakes, afternoon teas and organic local ice-cream.

The coffee shop will be open from 9am to 5pm daily with a re-launch offer of 15 per cent off until the end of April.

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