Broadway Tower & Park is a family-owned Cotswold destination set within a 50-acre estate of parkland, allowing visitors to experience great English heritage in an inspiring location. Your ticket includes all you need for a memorable day – Tower Museum with roof platform, the Deer Park or walking…
This secuded historic structure boasts some of the most amazing views over the Vale of Evesham. With Broadway and Chipping Campden just below it you can't get much more cotswolds than this. 15-20mins by car.
“A great farm park with a wide range of animals, indoor & outdoor space. Picnic area and on site cafe to enjoy, easy to make a whole day of it!”
“With all the laidback charm of a true Cotswolds country pub, at the Horse and Groom we pride ourselves on our friendly service, award-winning food and drink and sumptuous B&B accommodation in individually styled bedrooms. Located in the heart of Bourton-on-the-Hill, here you can retreat for a leisurely meal, stop by for a drink and stay over for a relaxing break. Our light and airy bar is well stocked with real ales and wines and the beautifully restored dining room, with its log fire blazing in the winter makes a welcoming setting in which to enjoy our exquisite classic British cuisine with a modern twist.”
“Daylesford, if you have not been before, is a wonderful Organic Farm Shop, which has a fantastic Restaurant / Cafe, a Fabulous Fresh Farm Produce Shop, a Florist, a Spa (which offers an amazing Yoga / Pilates space and fabulous for Massages / Facials in their Haybarn Spa - booking is essential). Open during Day times throughout the year and occasional evenings and events throughout the year. Daylesford Festival in the Summer is one not to miss !. Approx 10 miles from Blockley. Fantastic walks around the Daylesford Estate too (owned by the Bamford Family).”
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“If I find a spare moment this is a great place to stop and lose yourself. The gardens are a joy at any time of year, children love playing hide and seek. There is also a tennis court with racket and balls for a fun knock around. Usual National Trust Tea Room. Can be very busy on Bank Holidays ”
“The famous gardens at Hidcote are well worth a visit from Spring through to Autumn. Beautifully designed, they have a great cafe there too and you have to pick up one of the old fashioned tennnis rackets and have a game on the old court!”