The Villages Of The Cotswolds
Broadway is the synonymous "chocolate box picture" village of the Cotswolds.
Lying beneath the escarpment, Broadway is one of England's showpiece villages and is inundated
with visitor's all year.
The long broad main street is lined by buildings which are beautifully preserved and which represent a glorious array of properties from the 16th, 17th & 18th centuries.
At the centre of the village is the green overlooked by the Broadway Hotel, and the Lygon Arms on the opposite side of the road. The village has two parish churches, St Eadburgha's which can be found on the Snowshill road from Broadway & the church of St Michael's was built in 1839 and is near the village green.
At the top of Fish Hill is Broadway Tower, built by the Earl of Coventry and is a classic folly of 1793, which offers spectacular view's over the Vale of Evesham.
The village is about 6½ miles from Evesham, 14½ miles from Stratford-upon-Avon, 11½ miles from Stow-on-the-Wold and 15½ miles from Cheltenham.
If you wish to visit the village, please park in the village carpark's.
There are several pubs and teashops in the village.
- Broadway Teddy Bear Museum
- Broadway Magic Experience
- Broadway Tower & Country Park
- Snowshill Manor
- Snowshill Lavender
- Stanway Water Garden