B And B In Broadway Cotswolds – Old Station House , Broadway Bed and Breakfast, CotswoldsLovely Cotswolds B&B in the former Station Master’s House next to the GWSR heritage steam railway and only a short walk from the beautiful village center of Broadway.
Our charming Broadway bed and breakfast is just a ten minute walk from the center of the beautiful village but set back 200 yards from the road. Formerly the Station Master’s residence, the Old Station House now provides a quiet and peaceful backdrop from which to enjoy Broadway and the rest of this area of outstanding natural beauty. For everything you need to know about the Cotswolds click on the Cotswold Tourist Guide.
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Our gardens attract wildlife and provide the perfect place to relax at the end of a busy day. We have ample parking and can arrange pickup from local stations for those using public transport.
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Broadway has great restaurants, shops, art galleries and many other attractions within easy walking distance. Walkers and National Trust members are well catered for and the Cotswolds are full of excellent pubs.
We have a beautifully restored GWSR Heritage railway below our drive. Trains run several times a day (approximately between 10.30 am and 5.00 pm) from March to October with a reduced service in winter. They don’t run during any conflicting public hours and just add a nice atmosphere and visual spectacle to our beautiful place.
Our range of double rooms are all fitted with high quality beds (6ft x 6ft 3in) and bedding to help us make the most of our peaceful environment. All rooms have oak furniture, free-view LCD TV, Wi-fi, mini-fridge with fresh milk and bottled water available, hairdryer and “Service en Chambre” box containing premium ground coffee, a selection of teas, biscuits and crisps.
The guest lounge with a comfortable sofa and chairs provides a space to meet friends or relax at the end of the day. Here you will find information about attractions, walks, the Gloucester and Worcester Steam Railway and free WiFi access. On cold evenings the wood stove provides a warm welcome.
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Garden View is a spacious double room with fantastic views from both windows. One overlooks our rear garden and has an unobstructed view of the Cotswold countryside and the other faces west looking out over the pine trees and across the farmland and often provides stunning sunsets.
Wildlife is plentiful and as well as the usual garden birds we often watch Buzzard, Kestrel, Sparrowhawk, Woodpecker, Tawny Owl and the occasional Red Kites. We often have groups of Pheasant in the morning and if you are lucky you may see squirrels, Fox, Badger and Roe or Muntjac Deer.
The bed is a double king (6ft x 6ft 3in) and the ensuite bathroom has a thermostatically controlled shower over the bath. The room also has a quiet 30 Ltr mini fridge, guest box, LCD tv, Wi-fi, hair dryer, and a cozy sitting area with two very comfortable chairs.
Station View is a large, sunny room with views of the pines, the restored GWR railway station and the Cotswold hills beyond Broadway. This room is popular with rail enthusiasts and those who attend special GWSR events.
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The bed is a large double king (6ft x 6ft 3in) and the spacious bathroom has a bath with a heated shower over the bath. The room also has a 22 Ltr mini fridge, guest box with tea and coffee, LCD tv, hair dryer, Wi-fi and lounge in two comfortable chairs.
Although our small Country View room has a lot of character, the Unobstructed View is over our back garden and towards the hills to the North and North East. Squirrels, squirrels, owls and a variety of small birds can be seen and heard here.
The bed is a King (5ft width) and there are two chairs with a small table and a spacious ensuite bathroom. The hospitality box includes a range of teas and coffees as well as biscuits and crisps and the 22 ltr mini fridge contains fresh milk and bottled water.
Storage space is limited in this room so it is not recommended for those with large luggage or large bags.
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Breakfast is served in our light and airy breakfast room where quality tableware and delicious local produce combine for a great start to your day.
Click on the image and then the web link for more information about these restaurants and restaurants in and around Broadway.
This is an excerpt from the Visit Worcestershire website which has lots of information about our beautiful town.
The beautiful village of Broadway sits beneath the Worcestershire hills of the Cotswolds. Today, Broadway attracts visitors from all over the world – all drawn to the beauty and charm of this quintessential English village. Broadway is a lively and lively town with a variety of exclusive designer shops, restaurants and hotels but is also steeped in history with its origins dating back to Roman times. Over the centuries it has made its mark in many different ways. In the 1600s it was a major stopping point for stagecoaches traveling between Worcester and London – and the world-famous Lygon Arms remains popular with travelers and tourists alike.
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A few centuries later, Broadway emerged as an important center for the arts – attracting luminaries such as JM Barrie, Vaughan Williams, Edward Elgar and American artists Edwin Austin Abbey and John Singer Sargent. These artists were drawn to the beauty of the town and its surroundings – particularly the Cotswold stone buildings – which somehow seem to get more beautiful as the years go by. Later, Broadway played an important role in the development of the Arts and Crafts movement – with William Morris a frequent visitor and Gordon Russell setting up his furniture workshop in the village. Although Gordon Russell’s workshops are gone, their legacy lives on in the town and there is now a Gordon Russell museum just off the High Street. The artistic influence is still present today and Broadway is home to the Cotswold’s top class galleries offering a wide range of works of art.
Broadway has a lot to offer its visitors – whether for a ‘day trip’ or for those interested in soaking up all that the town has to offer during a longer stay. Broadway offers accommodation to suit every budget – including award-winning guest houses, beautiful self-catering cottages, to world-renowned luxury hotels. For many, Broadway also serves as a ‘base’ for exploring other parts of the Cotswolds and the surrounding area. Stratford-On-Avon, Cheltenham Spa and Worcester are all within easy reach.
The Vale of Evesham is a region that produces some of the country’s finest produce and Broadway is no exception. Our asparagus is second to none, our soft fruit and plums are world class and our fertile soil ensures that all our local produce tastes the way nature intended. Our local organic cheese producer has won many awards. Our local restaurants and hotels take full advantage of these blessings making Broadway and the surrounding area a great place to eat and drink.
Broadway is rightly proud to have earned the reputation and recognition of being the ‘Jewel of the Cotswolds’!
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For the safety of guests and ourselves we will be following government recommendations for bed and breakfasts due to COVID 19. We have made a few changes to our general policies.
We also reduce the number of visitors at any given time to facilitate compliance with social distancing recommendations.
We would recommend booking by calling us but you can check availability and book on our website if you prefer.
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