Curating The Cotswolds: Broadway
A beautiful village, with a thriving high street full of antique stores, fresh produce markets, and a man in a pink-pin-striped suit serving up delectable Strawberries and Cream ice-cream. A treat all year around!
Things To Do
Treat yourself to an afternoon tea along the high street. I recommend afternoon tea at the historic Lygon Arms.
Try a 'clotted cream and strawberry' ice cream from the man in the pink-pinstriped suit. A must when you visit Broadway, whatever the weather.
Browse the antique and interior design shops. One of my favourites is At Home With The Rudds. Their christmas-scented oils are heavenly.
If you're up for a bracing walk up a Cotswolds hill, then Broadway Tower is ideal for you!
Before You Go
Broadway is a very popular village, so we recommend making any restaurant bookings well in advance.
There is a great short-stay car park at reasonable pricing.
The Cotswolds is a beautiful region of England, renowned for its picturesque countryside. And while it may be best known for its rolling hills and quaint villages, the Cotswolds also has a rich history. Broadway, in particular, is a historic town with a long association with the arts. In the early 20th century, Broadway was home to a number of well-known writers and artists, including J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis. Today, Broadway is a popular tourist destination, known for its shops, art galleries, and cafes. It is also an excellent base for exploring the rest of the Cotswolds countryside.