The Area Broadway is nestled perfectly in Worcestershire - it's a part of the historic Cotswolds and the local economy relies heavily on a large influx of tourists each year.The fact that Broadway relies heavily on tourists is a good thing for locals - it's such a quaint, beautiful place that people just can't get enough of it.
Legend tells that the settlement began following the murder of St.
Werstan, a monk of Deerhurst, who fled from the Danes and took refuge in the woods of Malvern, where the above-mentioned hermitage had been established.
The contents cover Blenheim Palace, Warwick and Sudeley Castles, Tudor and Jacobean Manor Houses and Stately Homes.
You will also find Shakespeare's birth place and Roman heritage sites including the famous Roman Baths at Bath.
Not only does this selection of amenities ensures tourists have a pleasant stay, it also ensures that locals are well catered for.
One of Broadway's most striking features is the architecture - a large proportion of the local buildings are made from limestone and they date from as far back as the 16th Century.
CHOOSE FROM OVER 850 PLACES TO STAY IN THE COTSWOLDS COTSWOLD HOTELS BED AND BREAKFAST PUBS & INNS HOLIDAY COTTAGES FARM ACCOMMODATION COTTAGE LETTINGS CONFERENCES WEDDINGS DOG FRIENDLY LUXURY / EXCLUSIVE CAMPING HOT DEALSI can take you to the places that others never visit, which are slightly off the beaten tourist track, and I can respond to any individual interest you might want to follow up.
- or, if you prefer, I can create an itinerary based on my own recommendations.
Best of all , I can take you on our shared voyage of discovery in my rather special car.
The Cotswolds is an expanse of gently sloping green hills and ancient, picturesque towns and villages in south-western and west-central England.
It is a designated as an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the largest in the country, and its quintessentially English charm predominantly spans the counties of Gloucestershire and Oxfordshire, while also reaching into parts of Wiltshire, Somerset, Worcestershire and Warwickshire.