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Broadway Hotels and Guest Houses

East House
East House, 162 High St, Broadway, WR12 7AJ
   +44 (0)1386 853789
Single from: £185.00
Double from: £185.00
per room per night
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20 High Street, Broadway, WR12 7DT
   +44 (0)1386 853555
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Single from: £153.00
Double from: £345.00
per room per night
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The Broadway Hotel
The Green, Broadway, WR12 7AA
   +44 (0)1386 852401
Single from: £105.00
Double from: £338.00
per room per night
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Abbots Grange Manor House Hotel
Abbots Grange, Church Street, Broadway, Broadway, WR12 7AE
   +44 (0)20 8133 8698
Single from: £160.00
Double from: £160.00
per room per night
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Old Sheepcote
Old Sheepcote, Broadway, Broadway, WR12 7PB
   +44 (0)1386 711504
Single from: £195.00
Double from: £195.00
per room per night
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Dumbleton Hall Hotel
Near Evesham, Broadway, WR11 7TS
   +44 (0)1386 881240
Single from: £85.00
per room per night
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Other accommodation near Broadway

Though not as internationally renowned as the Broadway of New York City, the Cotswold village beneath Fish Hill over in Worcestershire most definitely has some of its own claims to fame and, as a result, has been called the "Jewel of the Cotswolds". This beautiful village is ornately decorated from above with shimmering, gorgeous chestnut trees and lush, green meadows that surround the city proper but it is within this jewel that the true essence of Broadway is revealed, with its many lavish hotels and classic architecture dating back to the 1500s. This stunning mix of the modern and the antiquated creates a fascinating look for the city as pebbled roadways run through enormous buildings both new and old. Grand suites stand side-by-side with humble, centuries-old inns and people of all kinds are welcome anywhere and everywhere.

Broadway got its start as a stagecoach town where travelers to and from London would stop to buy and trade goods and refill their necessary equipment. Broad Way literally meant a wide street and the through traffic was always at a high density as people rested up and went back on their way. During these days the city was already rising to prominence as a number of notable creative types began to shack up in Broadway and set about creating their masterpieces. William Morris, J.M. Barrie, Mary Anderson and John Singer Sargent all called Broadway home both before and after their worldly successes. Even further back in time, though, there is evidence that Broadway was home to some of the first human settlers in the United Kingdom. Stone tools and Mesolithic equipment has been uncovered in Broadway which proves that the city was a busy area during the era of hunters and gatherers, meaning that Broadway was an important thoroughfare even ten thousand years ago!

Today, however, very few people visit Broadway on their way to somewhere else. The city is a cultural epicenter for all things artistic and has been since the first celebrities of the city's stagecoach days set up shop. Many of the finest hotels in the United Kingdom are in Broadway, including the Barcelo Lygon Arms, the Swan Inn, and the esteemed Broadway Hotel. Such high class hotels also cater to the large horse racing following that occurs in Broadway, with many important races happening right in the city limits. The most impressive among these events is the famed Cheltenham Gold Cup and each year right before the race the hotels in Broadway fill to capacity immediately, as horse racing purveyors wait nervously to see who will take home the top honors.

Though Broadway has been populated for tens of thousands of years, the city has always managed to be an important and necessary part of the United Kingdom, whether as a stagecoach stopover or a museum-laden treasure trove of art and creativity. If you are planning a trip to London and have yet to see Broadway, you owe it to yourself to take one of the many trains into the impressive shopping district and peruse all that Broadway has to offer.

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We hope you find suitable Broadway accommodation. You can book cheap hotels, guest houses or Broadway bed and breakfasts from the list above. Enjoy your stay in Broadway hotels.

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