It’s a must-see, a village of honey-coloured stone shops, cafes and galleries lining a picture-perfect main street.
Shop for antiques, gold jewellery, clothes and handbags, gifts, art from the galleries and enjoy deliciousness from the Broadway Deli. Visit the Gordon Russell Museum, the Ashmolean Museum, Hidcote Gardens, Snowshill Manor, Broadway Tower and Cotswold Lavender (in summer).
Eateries include the Broadway Deli for coffee, light lunches, the Lygon Wine Bar and more. Hotels include The Lygon Arms, a showpiece building at the heart of the main street and Dormy House Hotel & Spa high on the hills next door to Broadway Golf Course.
Broadway is a central base for walking, exploring the North Cotswolds, visiting stately homes and gardens, Stratford-upon-Avon and central England.
Railway buffs will love the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Steam Railway is a heritage line between Broadway and Cheltenham Racecourse.