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Pocket Guide: Broadway

You’ll find the rustically elegant village of Broadway in the South East of Worcestershire, close to the A44. Those choosing to explore the village will find an extensive range of hotels in Broadway, ranging from elegant manor houses to purpose-built and functional stop-overs for road-weary businessmen.

Hotels in Worcestershire’s Most Famous High Street

The main thoroughfare through Broadway was once the main artery to London. Today, it is better known as the High Street and plays host to one of Worcestershire’s most historic hotels: The The Lygon Arms. This impressive Worcestershire hotel hosted Oliver Cromwell on the night before the history-changing Battle of Worcester, and has even housed royalty: King Charles I often used the building to assemble and rouse those who supported him.

Broadway not only acts as the gateway to the Cotswolds, but as something of a visitor attraction throughout the year. With a superb array of shops and some excellent restaurants, it’s no wonder that some of the best hotels in Worcestershire have decided to make this village their home. If you’re looking for luxury, the Dormy House Hotel offers you superb accommodation, modern facilities and its own, onsite spa – all housed within the walls of a 17th century farmhouse.

The Art of the Cotswolds

Broadway also has its own Arts Festival. Held each March, this is a celebration of art in every form, with exhibitions from local artists, lectures from visiting authorities on Shakespeare, musical events featuring international choirs and plenty of workshops for those who want to get involved.

Eating Out in Broadway

When it comes to food, Worcestershire is perhaps most well-known for a certain condiment. However, there is burgeoning foodie scene in the village, offering delicious dishes cooked using locally-sourced ingredients and produce. However, many of the hotels in Broadway boast their own restaurants, offering superb cuisine, cooked by accomplished chefs, and are well worth a visit.

Broadway is a beautiful village and acts as an attraction in its own right. With a wide range of accommodation available within easy reach of local amenities and attractions, Broadway is a coveted destination at any time of year. If you’re considering spending any length of time here, it’s well worth looking up Broadway hotels to see which offer the best accommodation for your needs.

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