Guests at this air-conditioned, 69-room, country house hotel will find themselves immersed in history, walking in the footsteps of Charles I and Oliver Cromwell, and can enjoy the ambience of days gone by in front of a roaring log fire. The hotel was built in 1532 and as well as a lobby with a 24-hour reception and check-out service, a hotel safe, currency exchange facilities and a cloakroom, the hotel features a bar and a restaurant. Guests may make use of the laundry and room services, as well as the car park and garage.
The hotel grounds are in an enchanting setting of rolling grasslands, birch groves and charming little villages. The Cotswolds is one of the most beautiful areas in the country. Known as the show village of England, Broadway's main street is lined with charming honey coloured cottages, built with stone from the local area. Amidst these buildings, in the heart of historic Broadway, the hotel has stood for over 500 years. It is around 35 minutes from the centre of Stratford-upon-Avon and Birmingham is just a 50-minute drive away. The distance to Birmingham Airport is around 62 km. Bristol Airport is approximately 116 km from the hotel, Cardiff Airport is approximately 102 km from the hotel, Coventry Airport is approximately 55 km away, East Midlands approximately 117 km away, Heathrow Airport is approximately 139 km away and Luton Airport approximately 150 km from the hotel.
The double rooms are on either the 1st floor of the East Wing or the 2nd floor of the main wing, both in the old section of the building. The classic double rooms are designed for 2 people and are full of character. They are equipped with an en suite bathroom, a hairdryer, a minibar (fees apply), a fridge and a hire safe as well as a direct dial telephone. The bedrooms are fitted with queen-size beds and unfortunately additional beds cannot be provided. Some rooms have beamed ceilings and non-working fireplaces.
The hotel offers a full English breakfast. For informal lunch and dinner the Goblets Brassiere is available, with a set menu option. For formal dining the hotel offers the Great Hall, with table d'hote (set menu) dinner. The menu changes daily.
American Express, Diners Club, JCB, MasterCard and VISA are accepted as methods of payment at this hotel.
Take the M40 and leave at exit 8. Drive along the A40 towards Oxford and stay on this road until reaching Burford. Take the A424 through Stow-on-the-Wold and then drive on the A44 to Broadway.
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