19. 1 on ground floor, 1-bed cottage a 2-min. walk away.
sitting room, bar, brasserie, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), garden.
all ages welcomed.
Amex, MasterCard, Visa.
 per room B&B £170–£240, D,B&B £234–£304. A la carte £38.
VisitEngland Three Star Hotel
Good Hotel Guide Review
‘Pleasing’ public rooms, ‘helpful’ staff, an ‘attractive’ garden and a ‘central position’ by the green make this Broadway character a show-stealer. The 16th-century stone house, part of the small Cotswolds Inns and Hotels group, ‘has a lot going for it’. Take cocktails, local ales and light meals in the racing-themed bar; in the ‘cool’ modern restaurant, try British brasserie dishes, perhaps roast halibut, Jerusalem artichokes, burnt aubergine purée (though guests in 2016 thought portions could have been larger). Follow ‘rambling corridors’ (‘a single journey can go down stairs as well as up them’) to the individually styled bedrooms, some overlooking the ‘pleasant’ back garden. Otherwise comfortable, ‘small to adequately sized’ rooms suffer from being ‘overburdened’ by scatter cushions and other accessories, several guests have found. Visitors who like to live large might prefer the newly refurbished, one-bedroom Bumblebee Cottage a short stroll away. ‘We enjoyed breakfast’: bloomer bread, home-made Drambuie marmalade, Cotswold honeycomb; ‘a good choice of well-prepared food’. (Tom and Sarah Mann, B and MB, and others)
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