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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Volunteer Inn Chipping Campden
The room was large, bright and airy with a large bathroom. We were pleased to find we had bedside reading lights -- a bonus! The trouble came when we wanted to get to sleep about 10:30 p.m. and found that the room had paper thin walls! Someone nearby had their TV on until after midnight and then just whe we thought we could get to sleep the snoring started. It was a disaster! Doors banging, phones pinging, and just noise, noise, noise.
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