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From the golden architecture of Broadway, the cosmopolitan atmosphere of Cheltenham and the relaxing strolls of Bourton-on-the-Water, the Cotswolds definitely lives up to its title of being an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.  Spilling into six counties, the Cotswolds is in the perfect location to visit some of the nearby tearooms, attractions, or countryside pathways. With over 25 years’ experience, holidaycottages.co.uk pride themselves with an extensive portfolio of beautiful cottages, suitable for every type of getaway.  Whether you’re looking for a romantic retreat for two, a group getaway…
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The Orchard Getaway campsite, Hinton-on-the-Green, near Evesham
Set in a secluded plum orchard a short distance from the market town of Evesham and close to the Cotswolds, The Orchard Getaway allows you to stay in the great outdoors without losing the cosy comforts of indoors.  Facilities include: 7m Mongolian Yurt 3 x 4m Bell Tents Hot showers Toilets Kitchen facilities Fire pits BBQs  Our authentic Mongolian Yurt can sleep 2-6 and includes its own hot shower, toilet and kitchen facilities. A wood burning stove keeps it warm while outside you can toast marshmallows on an open fire or sit and relax…
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The New Inn, Willersey
The New Inn is situated in the charming Cotswold village of Willersey, just a couple of miles from Broadway. Sit in the 17th century beamed bar in front of the log fire or share a game of skittles in the spacious skittle alley. However you like to relax, Michelle, Lee and the team look forward to welcoming you, your families and dogs. The New Inn serves locally-sourced, traditional homemade pub food every day and there is also a daily specials board and a Sunday lunch service. We are proud to…
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Brook House B&B, Broadway
Brook House B&B, situated in the lovely Cotswold village of Broadway, offers Bed and Breakfast with the guest accommodation set out in a detached Victorian style house (1910) with large, tastefully decorated rooms. There are five bedrooms, three of them en suite. Each room has thermostatically controlled central heating, with a hospitality tray with tea, coffee and biscuits. All bedrooms have an LCD TV with freeview, two with DVDs built in. Hair dryers are also provided. A locally sourced full English breakfast is provided with a superb…
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Ashmolean Museum, Broadway
The world famous Ashmolean Museum in Oxford has worked with various partners to transform a historic house in the beautiful village of Broadway into the Cotswolds' newest museum. The Ashmolean Museum Broadway displays objects from the 17th to the 21st centuries over three floors of Tudor House, a former 17th Century coaching inn. Displays include objects from the founding Tradescant collections of the Ashmolean Museum and there is also gallery space dedicated to special exhibitions, also providing opportunities for local artists, as well as education and outreach programmes. The museum had…
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Broadway Tower and Country Park
Broadway Tower is one of England's outstanding viewpoints and at 1,024 feet (312m) above sea level, it is the second highest point on the Cotswold escarpment after Cleeve Hill. It offers breathtaking views of as many as 16 counties, encompassing the vast expanse from the peaks of the Welsh mountains to High Wycombe in Buckinghamshire. The "Saxon" tower, which stands 65 feet high, was the brainchild of Capability Brown and designed by James Wyatt in 1794 in the form of a castle and built for Lady Coventry…
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Cotswold Lavender, Snowshill
Hill Barn Farm at Snowshill, overlooking Broadway and the Vale of Evesham, is home to some 70 miles of rows and 250,000 lavender plants. Lavender was first planted at the farm in the year 2000 in fields previously used to grow wheat and barley. The lavender loves the free-draining limestone soils 1,000 feet above sea level giving the best growing conditions for the highest quality lavender. The crops are steam distilled on the farm and made into a range of unique lavender products, all proudly made in…
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Gordon Russell Design Museum, Broadway
Sir Gordon Russell was a renowned 20th Century furniture designer, craftsman, entrepreneur, educator and champion of accessible, well crafted design who influenced furniture design worldwide. Schooled in the Arts and Crafts tradition of the Cotswolds, Sir Gordon believed that good design has a lasting impact on people’s lives. At one point his manufacturing business, based in the Cotswold village of Broadway, employed more than 200 people locally. Sir Gordon died in 1980, aged 88, but in 2008, the Gordon Russell Design Museum opened in his firm's original…
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Snowshill Manor
Snowshill Manor, near Broadway, is a Cotswold manor house packed with thousands of items collected by just one man. Charles Paget Wade started collecting at the age of seven and eventually built up a collection of more than 22,000 items, which included furniture, musical instruments, toys and paintings, not to mention 26 suits of Japanese Samurai armour. Having purchased the estate at Snowshill in 1919, Wade restored the Manor House and laid out the gardens from 1920 to 1923. He housed the collection in the Manor, choosing…
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Stanway House is an outstandingly beautiful example of a Jacobean manor house which has changed hands just once since 715AD. Summertime visitors can not only enjoy the house and its fascinating furniture, but also the jewel-like gatehouse, the church and 14th Century Tithe Barn, and 18th Century water garden. The glory of the Stanway water garden is the single-jet fountain in the canal, opened in June 2004. The fountain rises magnificently to over 300 feet, making it the tallest fountain in Britain, the tallest gravity fountain in…
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Stanway Estate, established in the 8th Century, is known to have had four watermills in 1291. They have been used over the centuries for fulling wool cloth, paper production, sawmilling, electricity generation, and for grinding flour and animal feed. The mill in Church Stanway, now fully restored as a working flour mill, was reopened by the Prince of Wales in 2009. Its massive 24-foot overshot waterwheel – the 8th largest waterwheel in England – drives traditional cast-iron machinery and heavy millstones to produce stoneground Cotswold flour from…
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The Inn & Brasserie @ Childswickham
The Inn & Brasserie is situated in the small idyllic village of Childswickham in the north Cotswolds, just two miles outside of Broadway, and is surrounded by wonderful English countryside. Owners Kevin and Carol and the friendly staff will greet you with a warm welcome and make sure that you to have a great dining experience. At the Inn and Brasserie we have established an excellent reputation for our food which we are extremely proud of. We believe in serving high quality, seasonal dishes, sourced locally. Our emphasis…
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The Mount Inn, Stanton
The Mount Inn stands on the mount at the end of the village of Stanton, one of the prettiest and idyllic unspoilt villages in the Cotswolds, a few miles from Broadway. The pub's unique position provides the most spectacular panoramic views across the Vale of Evesham towards the Malvern Hills and even the Welsh Black Mountains beyond. On a summer's evening it is the most perfect spot to watch the sunset and enjoy a pint of Donnington Brewery's traditional ale. Traditional beers The 17th Century pub is one…
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Dormy House Hotel, near Broadway
Perched high above the village of Broadway, with fabulous views across the Cotswolds, Dormy House is the perfect rural retreat.    Originally a 17th Century farmhouse, Dormy House is a lesson in fine design - it's all about contemporary design meets Cotswold chic.  Sumptuous interiors The hotel has teamed up with Britain’s hottest designers to create something rather special in the heart of the Cotswolds with sumptuous interiors created by Todhunter Earle. They've thought of everything, including a sparkling Spa created by award-winning London Spa designers Sparcstudio and Howard…
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A collaboration between retailer George Davies and restaurateur Barry Hancox, Prego reflects their passion for authentic Italian cuisine, brought to Broadway by head chef Pietro Di Marco.
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Situated on Snowshill Road, an outstanding location just south of Broadway village, our club is progressive, ambitious and friendly. We field two teams in the Cotswold Hills League and run coaching sessions for juniors on Friday evenings during the summer.  We have our own bar facilities always open on match days and all spectators are welcome to come along and watch some entertaining cricket and enjoy a drink whilst taking in one of the most beautiful places to play cricket in the Cotswolds.
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2.30pm Thursdays in Mickleton, 2.30pm Fridays in Willersey. Contact Mrs Lesley Allen 01386 438537
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Formed in 1976, the choir originally called itself the 'The Mickleton and Weston Subedge Choir', because it met one week in the school room at Weston and the next in Mickleton School. The choir now meets on Thursday evenings at King George's Hall, Mickleton, and since 1977 it has performed two concerts each year here in the hall, raising money for many good causes. It is a mixed ability choir for all ages, and members come from places such as Broadway, Chipping Campden and Ebrington, as well…
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holidaycottages.co.uk
From the golden architecture of Broadway, the cosmopolitan atmosphere of Cheltenham and the relaxing strolls of Bourton-on-the-Water, the Cotswolds definitely lives up to its title of being an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.  Spilling into six counties, the Cotswolds is in the perfect location to visit some of the nearby tearooms, attractions, or countryside pathways. With over 25 years’ experience, holidaycottages.co.uk pride themselves with an extensive portfolio of beautiful cottages, suitable for every type of getaway.  Whether you’re looking for a romantic retreat for two, a group getaway…

The Orchard Getaway campsite, Hinton-on-the-Green, near Evesham

Upper Haselor Farm, Haselor Lane, Hinton-on-the-Green, Evesham, Worcestershire, WR11 2QZ
The Orchard Getaway campsite, Hinton-on-the-Green, near Evesham
Set in a secluded plum orchard a short distance from the market town of Evesham and close to the Cotswolds, The Orchard Getaway allows you to stay in the great outdoors without losing the cosy comforts of indoors.  Facilities include: 7m Mongolian Yurt 3 x 4m Bell Tents Hot showers Toilets Kitchen facilities Fire pits BBQs  Our authentic Mongolian Yurt can sleep 2-6 and includes its own hot shower, toilet and kitchen facilities. A wood burning stove keeps it warm while outside you can toast marshmallows on an open fire or sit and relax…

The New Inn, Willersey

Main Street, Willersey, near Broadway, Worcestershire, WR12 7PJ
The New Inn, Willersey
The New Inn is situated in the charming Cotswold village of Willersey, just a couple of miles from Broadway. Sit in the 17th century beamed bar in front of the log fire or share a game of skittles in the spacious skittle alley. However you like to relax, Michelle, Lee and the team look forward to welcoming you, your families and dogs. The New Inn serves locally-sourced, traditional homemade pub food every day and there is also a daily specials board and a Sunday lunch service. We are proud to…

Brook House B&B, Broadway

Brook House B&B, Station Road, Broadway, Worcestershire, WR12 7DE
Brook House B&B, Broadway
Brook House B&B, situated in the lovely Cotswold village of Broadway, offers Bed and Breakfast with the guest accommodation set out in a detached Victorian style house (1910) with large, tastefully decorated rooms. There are five bedrooms, three of them en suite. Each room has thermostatically controlled central heating, with a hospitality tray with tea, coffee and biscuits. All bedrooms have an LCD TV with freeview, two with DVDs built in. Hair dryers are also provided. A locally sourced full English breakfast is provided with a superb…

Ashmolean Museum, Broadway

Tudor House, 65 High Street, Broadway, Worcestershire, WR12 7DP
Ashmolean Museum, Broadway
The world famous Ashmolean Museum in Oxford has worked with various partners to transform a historic house in the beautiful village of Broadway into the Cotswolds' newest museum. The Ashmolean Museum Broadway displays objects from the 17th to the 21st centuries over three floors of Tudor House, a former 17th Century coaching inn. Displays include objects from the founding Tradescant collections of the Ashmolean Museum and there is also gallery space dedicated to special exhibitions, also providing opportunities for local artists, as well as education and outreach programmes. The museum had…

Broadway Tower and Country Park

Middle Hill, Broadway, Worcestershire, WR12 7LB
Broadway Tower and Country Park
Broadway Tower is one of England's outstanding viewpoints and at 1,024 feet (312m) above sea level, it is the second highest point on the Cotswold escarpment after Cleeve Hill. It offers breathtaking views of as many as 16 counties, encompassing the vast expanse from the peaks of the Welsh mountains to High Wycombe in Buckinghamshire. The "Saxon" tower, which stands 65 feet high, was the brainchild of Capability Brown and designed by James Wyatt in 1794 in the form of a castle and built for Lady Coventry…

Cotswold Lavender, Snowshill

Hill Barn Farm, Snowshill, Broadway, Worcestershire, WR12 7JY
Cotswold Lavender, Snowshill
Hill Barn Farm at Snowshill, overlooking Broadway and the Vale of Evesham, is home to some 70 miles of rows and 250,000 lavender plants. Lavender was first planted at the farm in the year 2000 in fields previously used to grow wheat and barley. The lavender loves the free-draining limestone soils 1,000 feet above sea level giving the best growing conditions for the highest quality lavender. The crops are steam distilled on the farm and made into a range of unique lavender products, all proudly made in…

Gordon Russell Design Museum, Broadway

Russell Square, Broadway, Worcestershire, WR12 7AP
Gordon Russell Design Museum, Broadway
Sir Gordon Russell was a renowned 20th Century furniture designer, craftsman, entrepreneur, educator and champion of accessible, well crafted design who influenced furniture design worldwide. Schooled in the Arts and Crafts tradition of the Cotswolds, Sir Gordon believed that good design has a lasting impact on people’s lives. At one point his manufacturing business, based in the Cotswold village of Broadway, employed more than 200 people locally. Sir Gordon died in 1980, aged 88, but in 2008, the Gordon Russell Design Museum opened in his firm's original…

Snowshill Manor

Snowshill, Broadway, Worcestershire, WR12 7JU
Snowshill Manor
Snowshill Manor, near Broadway, is a Cotswold manor house packed with thousands of items collected by just one man. Charles Paget Wade started collecting at the age of seven and eventually built up a collection of more than 22,000 items, which included furniture, musical instruments, toys and paintings, not to mention 26 suits of Japanese Samurai armour. Having purchased the estate at Snowshill in 1919, Wade restored the Manor House and laid out the gardens from 1920 to 1923. He housed the collection in the Manor, choosing…

Stanway House & Fountain

Stanway, Gloucestershire, GL54 5PQ
Stanway House is an outstandingly beautiful example of a Jacobean manor house which has changed hands just once since 715AD. Summertime visitors can not only enjoy the house and its fascinating furniture, but also the jewel-like gatehouse, the church and 14th Century Tithe Barn, and 18th Century water garden. The glory of the Stanway water garden is the single-jet fountain in the canal, opened in June 2004. The fountain rises magnificently to over 300 feet, making it the tallest fountain in Britain, the tallest gravity fountain in…

Stanway Watermill

Stanway, Winchcombe, Gloucestershire, GL54 5PQ
Stanway Estate, established in the 8th Century, is known to have had four watermills in 1291. They have been used over the centuries for fulling wool cloth, paper production, sawmilling, electricity generation, and for grinding flour and animal feed. The mill in Church Stanway, now fully restored as a working flour mill, was reopened by the Prince of Wales in 2009. Its massive 24-foot overshot waterwheel – the 8th largest waterwheel in England – drives traditional cast-iron machinery and heavy millstones to produce stoneground Cotswold flour from…

The Inn & Brasserie @ Childswickham

Broadway Road, Childswickham, Broadway, Worcestershire, WR12 7HP
The Inn & Brasserie @ Childswickham
The Inn & Brasserie is situated in the small idyllic village of Childswickham in the north Cotswolds, just two miles outside of Broadway, and is surrounded by wonderful English countryside. Owners Kevin and Carol and the friendly staff will greet you with a warm welcome and make sure that you to have a great dining experience. At the Inn and Brasserie we have established an excellent reputation for our food which we are extremely proud of. We believe in serving high quality, seasonal dishes, sourced locally. Our emphasis…

The Mount Inn, Stanton

Stanton, Broadway, Worcestershire, WR12 7NE
The Mount Inn, Stanton
The Mount Inn stands on the mount at the end of the village of Stanton, one of the prettiest and idyllic unspoilt villages in the Cotswolds, a few miles from Broadway. The pub's unique position provides the most spectacular panoramic views across the Vale of Evesham towards the Malvern Hills and even the Welsh Black Mountains beyond. On a summer's evening it is the most perfect spot to watch the sunset and enjoy a pint of Donnington Brewery's traditional ale. Traditional beers The 17th Century pub is one…

Dormy House Hotel, near Broadway

Willersey Hill , Broadway, Worcestershire, WR12 7LF
Dormy House Hotel, near Broadway
Perched high above the village of Broadway, with fabulous views across the Cotswolds, Dormy House is the perfect rural retreat.    Originally a 17th Century farmhouse, Dormy House is a lesson in fine design - it's all about contemporary design meets Cotswold chic.  Sumptuous interiors The hotel has teamed up with Britain’s hottest designers to create something rather special in the heart of the Cotswolds with sumptuous interiors created by Todhunter Earle. They've thought of everything, including a sparkling Spa created by award-winning London Spa designers Sparcstudio and Howard…

Broadway Deli

St Patrick's, 29 High Street, Broadway, Worcestershire, WR12 7DP

Hunters Restaurant & Tea Rooms, Broadway

47 High Street, Broadway, Worcestershire, WR12 7DP

Leaf & Bean Tea & Coffee Lounge, Broadway

19 The Green, Broadway, Worcestershire, WR12 7AA
  • T: 01386 859151

Luke's Broadway

Lygon Arms, High Street, Broadway, Worcestershire, WR12 7DU

Morris & Brown, Broadway Tower

Broadway Tower, Middle Hill, Broadway, Worcestershire, WR12 7LB

Prego Broadway

32 High Street, Broadway, Worcestershire, WR12 7DT
A collaboration between retailer George Davies and restaurateur Barry Hancox, Prego reflects their passion for authentic Italian cuisine, brought to Broadway by head chef Pietro Di Marco.

Roberto's Coffee House, Broadway

3 The Green, Broadway, Worcestershire, WR12 7AA
  • T: 01386 858226

Russell's Fish & Chips, Broadway

20a High Street, Broadway, Worcestershire, WR12 7DT

The Snowshill Arms

Snowshill, Broadway, Worcestershire, WR12 7JU

The Swan in Broadway

2 The Green, Broadway, Worcestershire, WR12 7AA

Tisanes Tea Rooms, Broadway

Cotswold House, 21 The Green, Broadway, Worcestershire, WR12 7AA
Situated on Snowshill Road, an outstanding location just south of Broadway village, our club is progressive, ambitious and friendly. We field two teams in the Cotswold Hills League and run coaching sessions for juniors on Friday evenings during the summer.  We have our own bar facilities always open on match days and all spectators are welcome to come along and watch some entertaining cricket and enjoy a drink whilst taking in one of the most beautiful places to play cricket in the Cotswolds.
2.30pm Thursdays in Mickleton, 2.30pm Fridays in Willersey. Contact Mrs Lesley Allen 01386 438537
Formed in 1976, the choir originally called itself the 'The Mickleton and Weston Subedge Choir', because it met one week in the school room at Weston and the next in Mickleton School. The choir now meets on Thursday evenings at King George's Hall, Mickleton, and since 1977 it has performed two concerts each year here in the hall, raising money for many good causes. It is a mixed ability choir for all ages, and members come from places such as Broadway, Chipping Campden and Ebrington, as well…
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