If Bridgerton has you yearning for your own slice of Georgian life, then you will love this property. The charming first-floor holiday apartment is above a quiet office on Broadway's High Street. It has recently received a sympathetic facelift with the owners enhancing original, 350-year-old features such as mullioned Cotswold stone windows and oak beams, with the contemporary comforts of smart central heating, wool carpet and high-quality furnishings. The two-bedroom apartment can sleep up to four people and is perfect for couples or friends. Everything you need for a fun and relaxing holiday is mere footsteps away, including a private garden.
Sitting in a tranquil position where a stream runs through the grounds, this welcoming self-catering cottage is only a five minute stroll from the heart of the Cotswolds village of Broadway with its superb independent shops, pubs and restaurants. Lower Mill Cottage Two is a great base for exploring the Cotswolds and Central England.
A delightful holiday cottage in an enviable quiet position just a few minutes walk from the heart of the popular village of Broadway - one of the Cotswolds most desirable villages with excellent pubs, restaurants and independent shops to browse.
Set amongst picturesque grounds with stream running through, these two holiday cottages sit in an enviable idyllic quiet location just a few minutes stroll from the centre of Broadway - one of the Cotswolds most beautiful villages with an excellent choice of pubs, restaurants and independent shops. A great base for exploring Central England or simply relaxing.
A mews style holiday cottage in the heart of the popular Cotswolds village of Broadway providing an ideal base for exploring the Cotswolds and Central England. Shops and superb eateries on the doorstep and lovely walks from the front door.
Sunnyside Cottage is in the quiet Cotswold village of Toddington, within walking distance of the well-stocked village shop and the friendly Pheasant Inn pub. It's close to the market town of Broadway and within easy reach of Cheltenham, Winchcombe and favourite Cotswold attractions such as Sudeley Castle and Cotswold Farm Park. The long-distance Cotswold Way passes nearby, and there is an excellent network of footpaths, cycling routes and bridleways to make it easy to reach beauty spots and unforgettable views. The recently refurbished cottage has gorgeous views from virtually every window, with a private garden that overlooks fields and countryside. It sleeps up to four people in two bedrooms and has a flexible layout that suits couples, families or friends.
Sunnyside Apartment is perfect for couples and single travellers looking to explore The Cotswolds and Central England. Ideally placed away from the busy tourist hot-spots, the double bed apartment sits in the peaceful village of Toddington with a welcoming pub (the Pheasant Inn) and well-stocked village store for forgotten provisions. The popular market town of Broadway is close by with a host of attractions within easy driving distance including Cheltenham with its famous race course, Winchcombe, Snowshill, Stow-on-the-Wold and Sudeley Castle. For those who enjoy walking, there are miles of country lanes and footpaths to explore including the Cotswold Way which passes near to the apartment.
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Day 1 - Set yourself up for a day of sightseeing and adventure with a full English breakfast. The leading food shops in Broadway are along Kennel Street which is where you’ll find Collins of Broadway. This family-run business keeps locals stocked with sausages and bacon made from pigs reared locally, as well as a good selection of groceries and other goodies in their store and via their home delivery service. Alternatively, make your way to Broadway Deli or one of the town’s other excellent cafes and tea rooms and save yourself the cooking (after all you are on holiday!).
After breakfast, it’s time to explore. The best way to experience the charm of Broadway is on foot so take your time as you meander down the cobbled lanes and peaceful streets. Broadway Tower is a Cotswold landmark and around an hour’s walk from the centre of town where the views towards Wales over the Severn Valley are certainly worth the physical exertion required to reach the tower. If you are feeling energetic, then continue along the Cotswold Way to Dovers Hill and Chipping Campden and enjoy a pub lunch and some shopping in this friendly town. It only takes 10 minutes to drive back from Chipping Campden to Broadway, or take the number 1 bus service in under 20 minutes. The bus leaves from the town hall four times a day.
An alternative way to get around is by bicycle. Being on a bike gives the ability to go a little further, and there is an excellent route from Broadway to Chipping Campden and Bourton-on-the-Water that goes via the Slaughters and the Donnington Brewery.
After a busy day put your feet up in front of an open fire or sit in the garden with a glass of wine and marvel at the clarity of the stars unhindered by light pollution.
Day 2 - A morning in Broadway can involve browsing the displays at the Broadway Museum and Art Gallery curated by the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford. The museum is in a former coaching inn built in the mid 17th Century and older than some of the exhibits. Broadway is also home to the Gordon Russell Museum as well as an excellent children’s adventure playground and the Gloucestershire Warwick Heritage Railway.
Local attractions include the Cotswold Falconry Centre, Cotswolds Distillery, Cotswold Farm Park, Cotswold Motoring Museum, and Cotswold Lavender (we sense a theme here!). Take home a unique souvenir from the Little Soap School where you can learn to make your own soap and skincare products, and there are several reputable cooking schools in the vicinity. The National Trust manages Snowshill Manor and Garden as well as Hidcote Manor Gardens, both of which are in easy reach of Broadway. Stratford-Upon-Avon is only a 30-minute drive from town, as is Cheltenham for a day at the races or shops.
Whatever the season or your reason for staying in Broadway, this charming Cotswold town never disappoints its visitors. Even if you only stay for a short time, the relaxing atmosphere of the beautiful countryside will leave you feeling refreshed and energised.