7. The Lygon Arms
The Lygon Arms was first recognised on the parish register in 1532, when it was originally known as The White Hart Inn. It has long been a significant part of the village's history and has become one of Broadway’s most iconic destinations. It is highly regarded as one of the best hotels in the Cotswolds and one of the top reasons to visit.
It’s guest book is impressive, Oliver Cromwell once stayed the night before the Battle of Worcester, whilst his adversary, Charles I also frequented The Inn. It’s distinctly Tudor appearance and unique period features blends with stylish contemporary comforts to give the Lygon an authentic Cotswold charm with a colourful history.
It’s a great place to stay and unwind, there is a health spa, including a sauna, jacuzzi and a gym. Even if you're not planning to stay at The Lygon, why not make a reservation for dinner in the luxurious Great Hall if you're visiting Broadway.
Keep an eye out for The Lygon Arms is definitely worth keeping an eye on over the next couple of years, it’s recently changed owners who are planning an ambitious renovation to turn it into one of the top hotels in the UK.