Often described as the ‘Jewel of the Cotswolds’, the village of Broadway boasts a fine village green overlooked by the picturesque, sixteenth century Broadway Hotel. A striking building of half stone and half timber, an inside door bears the date 1575. From 1772, the building has looked much as it does to this day. The village was once the possession of the Benedictine Abbey of Pershore; later, it became an important staging post on the route from Worcester to London. Today are to be found an enchanting array of cafés and shops to delight the senses, many specialising in antiques.
A wonderful place to be at any time of year, the Broadway Hotel is ideally placed for visiting historic sites, the many beautiful golf courses in the rolling Cotswold countryside, inspirational gardens or for a trip to the races at Cheltenham or Warwick. Purely as a place to relax, it would be difficult to find a more fitting venue. The Broadway Hotel, a beautiful building in a captivating setting, is ideal for a special break away or a special celebration.
Parking can be found at the rear of the hotel by taking the drive-way to the left of the hotel and passing through the barrier. Please press the button to raise the barrier.
The bedrooms in the Broadway Hotel enhance the luxury and comfort of your stay. They are individually furnished, warm and inviting, with attention to detail in every bedroom. Each of the nineteen guest rooms is non-smoking and has a flat-screen television, direct-dial telephone, beverage tray, hairdryer and en-suite bathrooms generously stocked with complimentary Molton Brown products to use during your stay.
Tattersalls Brasserie is to be found in the centre of The Broadway Hotel in the beautiful new Atrium. The elegant, light filled brasserie offers an extensive a la carte menu with a good selection of fresh and seasonal dishes along with a choice of 31 day dry aged free range steaks.
The half-timber, half-stone exterior houses the Country Bar & Jockey Bar with its double-height ceilings and minstrels’ gallery. The hotel’s location, overlooking one of the Cotswolds’ most beautiful village greens, is idyllic. On a warm summer’s evening, guests can sit on the front terrace and soak up the beauty of Broadway. In winter, guests like to linger over an afternoon cream tea sat beside one of the open log fires.