Cotswolds coaching inn in a captivating village setting
Glowing from a top-to-toe refurbishment, the Broadway Hotel has thrown off some of its Tudor trappings and emerged as a sleek new place to stay in a showpiece Cotswolds village.
- Tudor charm outside, today's treats inside.
- A picture-book English village affair.
- A great base for the Cheltenham or Warwick races.
Hit the Spot
In the showpiece Cotswold village of Broadway.
There's a relaxing lounge for afternoon teas, an airy bar with double-height ceiling and a light, bright brasserie restaurant.
Good to know
Broadway is a popular day tripper's destination so can be busy at weekends – come during the week to have the place to yourselves.
Minimum StaySometimes over Bank Holidays and peak times
ClosedOpen all year
ParkingThere is free guest parking at the rear of the hotel.
AirportBirmingham International – 39 miles
TrainEvesham Station – five miles
PetsDogs are permitted in some rooms.
LocationThe Green, Broadway, Worcestershire, WR12 7AA, United Kingdom
19 rooms and suites
All named after Cheltenham Gold Cup winners, bedrooms at The Broadway are inviting and individually furnished with plush fabrics and warm colours. Each has a flatscreen TV, radio and tea/coffee tray, while bathrooms are stocked with Molton Brown bath products. Junior suites are spacious and king-bedded.
Go for a Junior suite for the best in space and comfort. The most luxurious is the Abbot's Room, dating back to the 16th century and directly overlooking the village green.
Eat & Drink
Atrium style Tatersalls Brasserie offers plenty of menu choices, majoring on all that's fresh and seasonal (much comes from the markets and farms of the Vale of Evesham) and specialising in free-range steaks, aged for 31 days. Its contemporary, light-filled surrounds fit well with the historic fabric of the hotel.
Good news – The Broadway is a winner of the Enjoy England breakfast award. Breakfast is served until 10am on Sunday and 9.30am every other day.
Available morning and evening.
See & Do
You’re right at the heart of England’s largest designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty here. Broadway Tower, Hidcote Manor Gardens and Sudeley Castle are all well worth a visit, and there are a score of pretty towns to visit – among them Bourton on the Water, Bibury and Burford. There are several National Trust properties within easy reach, and Cheltenham and Warwick racecourses are just a gallop away.
Guests can get pampered at the spa in The Lygon Arms opposite the hotel.