Old Station House
Set in the beautiful Cotswold town of Broadway, just a 12 minute stroll from the lovely centre but set back 200 yards from the road we offer a quiet and peaceful base from which to enjoy Broadway and the rest of this area of outstanding natural beauty.
Built in 1903 the Station Master's house provides spacious rooms with en-suite facilities, tasteful furnishings and all the little touches that help to make your stay a quality bed and breakfast experience. We pride ourselves on attention to detail and strive to ensure that our guests are able to relax and enjoy their stay in the Cotswolds to the full. We have been rated No 1
in Broadway and No 1 of 513 B&Bs in the Cotswolds by Tripadvisor.
Our gardens and small orchard attract wildlife and offer the perfect place to wind down at the end of a busy day.We have ample parking space and room for cycles if needed and can arrange for pick up at local stations for those using public transport.
The charming village of Broadway nestles beneath the Worcestershire hills of the Cotswolds. Today, Broadway attracts visitors from across the world – all drawn to the beauty and attractions of this quintessential English village.
Broadway is a lively and vibrant village with a superb range of unique shops and designer boutiques, 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 place for the stage coaches that travelled between Worcester and London – with the world-renowned Lygon Arms remaining popular with travellers and visitors
A couple of centuries later, Broadway emerged as an important centre for the arts – attracting such luminaries as JM Barrie, Vaughan Williams, Edward Elgar and American artists Edwin Austin Abbey and John Singer Sargent. These artists were attracted by the beauty of the village and its surroundings – in particular the Cotswold stone buildings – that somehow seem to become even more beautiful with the passing years.
Later still, Broadway played an integral role in the development of the Arts and Crafts movement – with William Morris a regular visitor and Gordon Russell establishing his furniture workshop in the village. Whilst the Gordon Russell workshops are now gone, their legacy remains in the village and there is now a Gordon Russell museum just off the High Street.
Broadway has so much to offer its visitors – whether on a ‘day trip’ or for those interested in soaking up all that the village has to offer during a longer stay. Broadway offers accommodation to suit every budget.
For many, Broadway also serves as a ‘base’ for exploring other parts of the Cotswolds and surrounding area. Stratford-On-Avon, Cheltenham Spa and Worcester are all within easy access.
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This page was last updated: 15 July 2020