César award in 2006

On one of the longest, most picturesque High Streets in England, Andrew Riley’s restaurant-with-rooms occupies the former showroom of pioneering furniture designer Sir Gordon Russell. Next door is a museum dedicated to his work. ‘Excellent food; great value for money,’ says a returning visitor this year. Behind the historic Cotswold stone exterior, interiors are contemporary and chic. In the air-conditioned bedrooms, modern styling blends with original architectural features. ‘We enjoyed our huge suite, which had a whirlpool bath.’ A room in the loft (facing the high street and hills) has A-frame beams, a king-size bed, a seating area with two armchairs; a natural stone bathroom. There is an honesty bar on the landing. An iron and ironing board are available on request. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served in the L-shaped dining room (bare floorboards, exposed beams). Neil Clarke cooks a daily-changing menu of modern dishes, perhaps pressed head pig terrine, red wine-glazed salsify; Bibury trout, soused beetroot, saffron potatoes. Another comment: ‘Excellent in pretty well all respects.’ (Tom and Sarah Mann)
  • There is no garden, and it is rightly described as a restaurant-with-rooms, but most of its rooms are special in their own way. We stayed in two. They were clean, with excellent furniture, though we have had better mattresses. Though the building overlooks the main street we were unbothered by traffic noise. The breakfast is comprehensive and served accurately. Dinner has a short fixed menu and a carte. The presentation and quality of the food are exceptional. The long wine list has a choice of reasonably priced house wines. The staff take trouble to please.

    Tom Mann, 29/06/2015

  • Excellent in pretty well all respects. Our room was large, clean and light, with all the usual facilities . There wa s an honesty bar out on the landing. The restaurant, was excellent, with friendly, attentive service, and first-rate food.

    Richard Smith, 17/05/2013

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Local attractions

Blenheim Palace
Birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill
Hidcote Manor Gardens
Designed and created by the horticulturist Major Lawrence Johnston, the garden is made up of a series of rooms, each possessing its own special character.
Warwick Castle
Host to a variety of family themed attractions and events.

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Contact Details


The Green, 20 High Street BROADWAY Worcestershire England WR12 7DT


01386 853555

Further Information


7. 3 in adjoining building, 2 on ground floor.


all year, restaurant closed Sun night.


ramp, residents' lounge, bar, restaurant, private dining room, free Wi-Fi, patio (heating, meal service), unsuitable for disabled.

Background music

'ambient' in restaurant.


all ages welcomed.


not allowed.

Credit cards

Amex, MasterCard, Visa.


[2015] per room B&B £120--£300. Set menus £14--£22, à la carte £50. 1-night bookings refused weekends.