Swing in the style of Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grapelli at The Crown & Trumpet Inn.
Heralded as the 'heart of the Cotswolds', Broadway resonates a vibrant antithesis of tranquil exhilaration. Boasting a generous offering of unique local attractions, high fashion retail shopping and culturally diverse gastronomic experiences, it's a village to really indulge yourself in.
With a multitude of places to stay in Broadway, including self-catering cottages, hotel stays, bed and breakfasts and camping, there's something for every budget. The charming village caters for a diverse range of needs, so whether you come with the family or treat yourself to a long luxurious weekend, you'll always find what you're looking for.
Our aim is to bring together everything that's on offer, with the latest in local news and events, to ensure you miss nothing on your trip. You'll always find plenty of options to choose from - accommodation, shopping, places to eat, things to do, attractions, how to get to Broadway Cotswolds and much more.
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Broadway in the Cotwolds offers a huge variety of places to stay. Accommodation in Broadway can range from hotels to caravan sites, self catering cottages to bed & breakfasts.
If you are looking for a place to eat in Broadway you will certainly not be disappointed. The village caters for all tastes with British and international food in all price ranges.
Shopping in Broadway and the Cotswolds will certainly be a memorable experience with a large selection of shops ranging from antique and art shops to small independent gift shops.
Broadway and the surrounding area in the Cotwolds is brimming with things to see and do. Broadway's picturesque high street offers a wide variety of shops and many local attractions.
There are many local businesses and services located throughout the village serving the demands of visitors as well as residents.
Emma Heathcote-James, founder and face of The Little Soap Company, is one of the Cotswold's most celebrated entrepreneurs.
Blues Night: Cool Hand
Cool Hand play blues from the 1920s to the present day in their own inimitable style at The Crown & Trumpet Inn.
Broadway History Society Meeting
7pm in Broadway Methodist Church Hall. Sarah McCormick Healy will be giving a talk on 'The Arts and Crafts Movement in the Cotswolds'.
Jazz Night: Debbie Arthers & Roger Heeley
Bringing back the swing type music from well know material at The Crown & Trumpet Inn.