The Best Hotels in Broadway, the Cotswolds

Broadway Hight Street glistening on a sunny summers day
Broadway Hight Street glistening on a sunny summers day | © Robert Convery / Alamy Stock Photo
Bianca Barratt

Travel Expert

A town of delightful cottages surrounded by natural green beauty, Broadway is everything you want from a Cotswolds getaway. With its fair share of wonderful countryside stays, we round up our pick of the best hotels in Broadway.

The Lodge at Broadway


A simple guest room with multiple beds.
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Featuring the classic cosiness we’ve come to expect from historic Cotswold hotels, the Lodge is a small but perfectly formed boutique hotel in Broadway. Each of the rooms is spacious, bright and decorated in a simple country style. The bedrooms are complemented by plump white bedding, plenty of table lamps and paintings of wildlife, as well as far reaching views across the surrounding countryside. Bathrooms are modern and well kept, and you’ll get your own tea and coffee-making facilities.

The Broadway Hotel

Boutique Hotel

A guest room with images of flora on the wall behind the imposing red bed.
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This picture-perfect and dog-friendly hotel in Broadway overlooks the village green. Given that it’s 500 years old, the 19 bedrooms are a treasure trove of irregular sizes and intriguing character. The homely wallpapers and prints give them a cosy feel and even the smallest bedroom is large enough for two people to comfortably move around in. An equestrian theme pervades thanks to the hotel’s longstanding affiliation with Cheltenham Racecourse, with each of the rooms named after a winner of the famous event. A great bar and top-quality restaurant make the Broadway Hotel a popular destination on the High Street, giving it an electric atmosphere in the evenings. For an aperitif, opt for a Cotswolds Collins before feasting on dishes such as locally sourced pork tenderloin and lamb cutlet.

The Lygon Arms

Boutique Hotel

A luxury hotel room with private patio.
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This 14th-century coaching inn has welcomed everyone from Charles I to Prince Philip. After passing through the flagstoned lounge, with an original kitchen fire, guests will find themselves in the deliciously cosy lounge that boasts plush velvet sofas around roaring fires, ceiling beams and wood panelling. The cosiness continues upstairs, where tartan bedding, lounge chairs and historic paraphernalia make staying in one of the bedrooms an unforgettable experience. It’s not all old-fashioned, though – Nespresso machines and power showers feature throughout, and there’s an extensive spa with a Grecian-style jacuzzi to be enjoyed. Book a spot in the hotel restaurant, which resides in a stunning wood-panelled, vaulted-ceiling room, all low-lit by table lamps. Romantic and luxurious, it’s the perfect country bolthole for a weekend away.

Buckland Manor

Boutique Hotel

The grand country house exterior of a hotel in the Cotswolds.
Courtesy of Buckland Manor / Expedia

Set a mile and a half (2.4km) outside of Broadway, Buckland Manor offers the best of both worlds – all the charm of an English country house, with all the sleek finesse of a modern luxury hotel. Mixing old with new, each of the rooms is designed with flair – plush furnishings and rich colours complement the original features such as window seats, vaulted ceilings with wooden beams and old fireplaces. The bathrooms are marble-lined, with most featuring showers over baths and huge mirrors. When the weather’s fine, take a stroll around the 10 acres (4ha) of private garden with Oscar, the resident dog, or book a spot on the tennis court or croquet lawn. Back at the Manor, the restaurant is presided over by head chef Will Guthrie, who has transformed it into a culinary must-visit. Dishes are seasonal and refined, so expect to be served delights such as roast quail breast and loin of Toddington lamb.

East House


Welcoming you in like a long lost friend, your hosts at East House will greet you with a glass of champagne and a comfy seat by a log fire while they get you checked in – setting the tone for what will inevitably be a magical stay at this hotel in Broadway. In the bedrooms, you’ll feel as if you’re staying in a particularly glamorous country house with enormous beds and heavy drapery. Breakfast is a treat, served in the wood-panelled dining room and with a focus on locally sourced produce.

Dormy House

Spa Hotel

The exterior and driveway of The Dormy House
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A farmhouse hotel in Broadway with an elevated feel, there’s a big focus on wellness at Dormy House. There’s an enormous Scandi-inspired spa, two gyms and an indoor pool for getting your laps in, while treatments range from truffle-infused facials to classic massages and manicures – you can even pop into the thermal suite for a dose of cryotherapy. The hotel restaurant, the Potting Shed, is helmed by head chef Ryan Shilton who is no stranger to Michelin-star kitchens. Here, he ships up Anglo-inspired dishes with locally sourced ingredients, but if you’re looking for a low-key pint, you’re just a short countryside jaunt from Broadway town.

Additional reporting by Molly Codyre.

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