The largest Cotswold village set in Worcestershire. Nestling in the shadow of Fish Hill which is topped by Broadway Tower, this delightful village deserves a visit The broad High Street that so obviously on sight gives the village its name is bordered by a stream, this village was once a staging post on the coach route between Worcester and London. A wide range of craft shops, boutiques, and gift shops make this an ideal stopping off point during your visit to the Cotswolds. You will find tea rooms, bistros, cafes and inns all happy to provide refreshments for you.
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Nearby you can visit the beautiful village of Snowshill, with its Lavender Farm and the National Trust Property of Snowshill Manor, late home of Charles Paget Wade.
Broadway Tower visible from all approaches to Broadway buily by the Earl of Coventry for his wife Twelve counties can be viewed from the top of the Tower, which iss open to the public. The Tower was once the holiday home of William Morris. The architecture and spectacular views make the visit a must on your itinerary.
Broadway Tourist Information Centre
1 Cotswold Court
Worcestershire WR12 7AA
Tel: 01386 852937
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