Good Hotel Guide Review
With its medieval frontage, creaky-floor interiors and smart conservatory brasserie, The Broadway, named after its picturesque Cotswold location, is popular with both visitors and locals. Overlooking the village green, the half-timbering, honey stonework and latticed windows exude olde-worlde charm. Interiors don’t disappoint either: oak panelling, beamed ceilings and a minstrels’ gallery around the bar. It’s been sympathetically jazzed up with ‘bold and imaginative’ decor – leather stools, bright-patterned armchairs, striking wallpapers – and throughout there’s a horse-racing theme (jockeys’ colours, historic photographs) in homage to nearby Cheltenham. The modern glazed-roof restaurant offers an all-day menu of brasserie classics such as Barbary Duck, chargrilled Suffolk pork T-bone or Cornish cod loin. Bedrooms mix low-beamed ceilings and quirky shapes with bright colours and dashing feature fabrics and wallpapers, often equestrian themed. Breakfasts include fresh juices, locally-made preserves, pancakes and a full Cotswold grill to name but a few options on offer that will set you up for a day’s exploring. The hotel also has three 5* holiday cottages in the village centre.
19. 3 rooms on ground floor. 3 self-catering cottages nearby.
sitting room, bar, brasserie, in-room TV (Freeview), courtyard, garden and terrace (residents only), parking, EV charging, unsuitable for disabled.
ambient in public areas.
all ages welcomed, children’s menu, up to 12 in extra bed £20.
well-behaved dogs welcome in dedicated bedrooms (ring for details/availability) and in public areas, including bar dining.
Amex, MC, Visa.
B&B doubles/twins from £140, singles from £130. À la carte menu.
VisitEngland Three Silver Star Hotel, 2 Rosette Dining, Google Reviews 4.4/5