The British Pathé film of Broadway (see below) was filmed in the summer of 1962. Life may be busier in Broadway today but not much has changed in the picturesque North Cotswold village. Broadway’s High Street is still lined with grass verges and majestic horse-chestnut trees still stand tall alongside the wide street running through […]
The Cotswold Village of Bibury: Whilst staying on one of our Cotswold Holiday Cottages in Broadway, one of the Cotswold villages we recommend visiting is the pretty picture-postcard village of Bibury. Bibury, once described by William Morris as the ‘most beautiful village in England’ is about a 5o minutes’s drive from our holiday cottages in
Cotswolds AONB Hare Trail 22nd May to 9th September 2018 Following a successful 2017 Cotswold Hare Trail which extended across the Cotswolds from Bristol to Broadway and Cheltenham to Woodstock with 80 large 5ft hares and 22 leverets on display, the 2018 Cotswolds AONB Hare Trail returns to the Cotswolds from 22nd May to 9th September.
The Wychavon Way which runs from the edge of the village green in Broadway to Droitwich Spa is currently being partially diverted along the Cotswold Way across our neighbouring field in West End lane. A flood alleviation bund (part of the Badsey Brook Flood Alleviation Scheme) is being built in the path of The Wychavon