Broadway is everything you want from a Cotswold village. In the heart of the Cotswolds this quintessential village is a must see for everyone visiting the Cotswold region. The village has a lot to offer; a highstreet that is lined with beautiful independent shops, luxury hotels, restaurants and is a village steeped in history.

Founded after the Norman Conquest along with 5 other Cotswold towns. Broadway was a busy stagecoach stop route from Worcester to London and was a main road on this route – hence the name “broad way”.

Unmissable on your visit is Broadway Tower, built atop Beacon hill in the 18th Century and set within 50 acres of parkland offering stunning walks and breathtaking views as far as the Welsh mountains to the west and Buckinghamshire to the East. Energetic walks up to the tower are abundant, or a short drive from the town will take you to the top of the hill and the tower. A cafe and gift shop offer refreshments and Cotswold memorabilia

Broadway is a wonderful place to visit at any time of year, whether you’re an avid walker who wants to take on some hikes in the beautiful scenery or if you simply want to cosy up in a pub with a roaring fire, the village has something for everyone. 

What to do in Broadway 

  • Visit Broadway Tower
  • Gordon Russell Design Museum  
  • Visit the beautiful boutique shops 
  • Eat at one of the lovely restaurants
  • Cotswold lavender

Where to stay in Broadway 

When it comes to accommodation, Broadway certainly has something for everyone. From Luxury hotels like The Lygon Arms, The Fish Hotel and Dormy House Hotel. There are also plenty of B&Bs and also self-catering accommodation too. 

Parking in Broadway

There is lots of parking available in Broadway, if you’re lucky you may find a free parking space at the end of the village. If not, there are plenty of car parks to choose from and they all charge a similar price. 

The closest car park to town is the High Street car park which is a short stay car park. Milestone Ground car park is next to Broadway football club and offers long and short stay parking, it has facilities for coaches and larger vehicles too including disabled and motorcycle parking. 

Shear House car park is a small car park but offers free disable parking and motorcycle bays too. 

Public toilets in Broadway 

There are public toilets in the high street car park which include disabled facilities too.

The Milestone Ground car park offers award winning public toilets (who knew that was thing!)  

Business we love in Broadway 

The Broadway Florist 

Broadway Deli 

Places to discover nearby

To the North


To the South

Chipping Campden






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