Looking for a romantic retreat? Being one of the most beautiful villages in the Cotswolds, Broadway in Worcestershire, often described as the 'jewel in the Cotswold crown' is an extremely desirable holiday destination whether for romantic escapes, walking holidays or as a base for discovering the Cotswolds. Either way, there are some achingly pretty holiday cottages to be found within the town and surrounding villages. If nothing else, you'll certainly fall in love with this Cotswold village. Broadway is in such an ideal location as it’s just a veritable stone’s throw away from locations such as Stratford-upon-Avon and Warwick; where Shakespeare’s theatre and Warwick Castle await the pleasure of your company along with many delightful Cotswold villages.
Nestling in a quiet corner of the Gloucestershire village of Broadway is 1 Lower Mill Cottages, a charming two-bedroom Cotswold Holiday Cottage. This dog-friendly countryside cottage has lovely stream-bordered gardens and lies within an easy walk of superb pubs and restaurants.
Luxury Cotswold Countryside Cottage in the picturesque village of Broadway with a well-established private garden. Laburnum Cottage sleeps 4 in 2 double bedrooms - perfect for two couples to enjoy a relaxing cottage holiday in an idyllic rural location in Gloucestershire. Pets also welcome.
- Sleeps 3
- Bedrooms 2
- Bathrooms 1
- Countryside Cottages
One of two cottages, once part of a larger traditional mill, the fully restored 2 Old Cottages is nicely located for peaceful self-catering cottage holidays between the centre of Broadway, one of the Cotswold’s most attractive villages, and open countryside. Pets welcome.
Then are plenty of attractions within the vibrant town of Broadway itself. Take the kids for a day out to the three-acre playground at the centre of Broadway where there’s a wealth of great equipment the keep them entertained for hours on end while you relax and enjoy the country sun.
Another one of Broadway’s many accolades is the Broadway tower, famous for its unusual shape ad stature. It’s open to the public to climb and witness the fabulous Cotswold views from the top – a stunning site and well worth the trip. If antiques are your thing, you’ll be able to browse to your heart’s content in the many shops to be found in the village. With a fantastic expanse of wonderful countryside surrounding the Cotswolds there’s such a huge opportunity to take everyone on a ramble around the area, whether it’s a leisurely stroll or a more intense hike up the hills.