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Visit the Jewel of the Cotswolds

Picture-perfect Broadway is set in the heart of the Cotswolds, with rolling hills, cobbled streets and historic architecture in all directions. It's the perfect place to call home while you're exploring the wider Cotswolds. Broadway itself sits at the base of the Worcestershire hills, making it ideal for walkers looking for stunning views of the region's landscape. Meanwhile, the village centre boasts an assortment of high street shops, quaint tea rooms, cosy pubs and fine-dining restaurants.

Arts and crafts paradise

Broadway is well-known for its arts and crafts scene. Wandering the streets, you'll find dozens of art galleries displaying the best of local talent, from fine art and sculpture to photography. The village is also home to the Gordon Russell Design Museum, named after the furniture designer who made his name in Broadway. In the museum, you'll learn all about the Arts and Crafts Movement that took place here, from 1930s modernism to a chair designed for a young Queen Elizabeth II.

Stunning countryside views at Broadway Tower

Set atop the Cotswold Way, Broadway Tower is open to the public to experience the breathtaking landscape of the Cotswolds. The tower is the second-highest point in the region, and it affords stunning views across 62 miles of English countryside. Walks lead in several directions from the tower, making it the perfect place to stop for a cup of tea along the way. Looking for a cheap hotel Near Broadway? Our Nearby Tewskesbury and Cheltenham hotels are perfect for exploring all the Cotswolds has to offer.