Broadway village is beautiful and historic, yet practical too.
It’s a very memorable place to stay and a perfect base from which to tour the local area and/or head off for stunning Cotswolds walks.
The pretty High Street is lined with grass verges, mature trees and 17th Century honey-coloured Cotswold stone buildings.
Several cafes, pubs and high end restaurants will spoil you for choice and the famous Lygon Arms Hotel with its wine bar, grill and spa is right across the road.
Everything’s within a couple of minutes’ walking distance, with no need to venture further than the High Street, should you choose. You can leave your car on the edge of the village and forget about it for a few days!
The country walks and their views are wonderful and there’s now a steam train to Cheltenham if you fancy it. There are bus connections to the towns nearby from the bus stop just up the road and a local tuk-tuk initiative is also a possibility.
If you do choose to drive, you’re ideally placed to explore Shakespeare’s Stratford-upon-Avon to the north, Oxford to the east and all manner of village gems and stately homes in between.