A visitor’s guide to Broadway, Worcestershire
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The Cotswold village of Broadway is renowned for its honey coloured houses, picturesque streets and historic architecture. We’ve assembled a brief guide to help you make the most of this wonderful location.
Rest your head at...
The Lygon Arms can be found on Broadway High Street - a renowned Cotswold road famous for its picture-perfect beauty. The hotel is steeped in history and it has 78 traditionally decorated bedrooms to choose from and over three acres of beautiful grounds to explore. The hotel is also perfect for exploring the quintessential village of Broadway due to its central location.
Housed in a 17th century farmhouse, this hotel can be found only a stone’s throw away from Broadway on the Farncombe Estate. The rooms are elegantly and sympathetically decorated ensuring a stylish and luxurious experience throughout your stay. There are two high quality restaurants on site serving delicious food without leaving the comforts of the hotel.
With roaring log fires, comfy beds and a beautiful, countryside location, you’ll never want to leave The Broadway Hotel. The whole building is full of Cotswold character and your canine friend is invited to stay too. So curl up in The Jockey Bar with a pint of real ale, the latest edition of Cotswold Life magazine and Fido at your feet, and enjoy the comfort and relaxation that this peaceful hotel has to offer.
Get your foodie fix at...
Whether you’re after a lazy lunch, afternoon tea or some upmarket pub grub – The Fish Hotel is bound to suit your needs. In the summer months, guests can dine on the beautiful terrace whilst absorbing the views across the rolling Broadway countryside.
Russell’s is an award-winning restaurant with an ever-changing, locally sourced menu. It can be found on the High Street and it is the perfect place to enjoy fine dining and great wine after a day exploring the beautiful village of Broadway.
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With an unassuming atmosphere, delicious Mediterranean cuisine on the menu and a selection of fine wines to choose from, PREGO is a slice of Tuscan luxury in the heart of the Cotswolds.
Local watering holes...
Nestled behind Broadway village green, this 17th century inn built in beautiful Cotswold stone has roaring open fires and a friendly atmosphere. It’s the perfect place to relax with your dog after a brisk winter’s walk around Broadway, as the pub welcomes dogs of all shapes and sizes.
This charming Cotswold pub can be found in the beautiful village of Willersey, just outside of Broadway. There is always traditional, homemade food on the menu and a fantastic selection of ales behind the bar, so go along and make yourself at home.
Entertain the family at...
Standing at 65 feet high, the tower is the second highest point in the Cotswolds and on a clear day you can see up to 16 counties. Absorb the view whilst enjoying a hazelnut hot chocolate in the tower’s café.
A must-see garden on any trip to the Cotswolds, Hidcote is a maze of intriguing pathways, blossoming flowers, and landscaped vistas. In the summer, we recommend making a day of it by bringing along a picnic.
With rows upon rows of beautiful lavender adorning the Cotswold countryside on a hot summer’s day, you’d be mistaken for thinking this was a scene straight from a fairytale. Complete a wonderful day at the lavender farm with a trip to their tearoom for lavender scones with jam.
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Check out Visit-Broadway for a comprehensive guide