Broadway is often called 'The Quintesstial Cotswold Village'. It is right at the edge of the Cotswold Region and consists of beautiful honey coloured houses giving a quaint feel of old english charm. The village is best known as 'The Jewel of the Cotswold's' and its very easy to see why. It is located a few miles from Evesham and between Cheltenham and Stratford-On-Avon and is about 100 miles from London.
Upon entering the village, the honey coloured stonework greets the eyes. It is a busy village with specialist shops, tea rooms, restaurants and bistro's. Even a thatched art gallery selling paintings by 'The Painter of Light' Thomas Kinkade. Broadway Tower is but a short drive away from the village. The folly tower stands 1024 feet above sea level and is open all year round to visitors. It was completed in 1798.
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