Broadway is a small village in the Cotswold village in Worcestershire which is also known as the ‘Jewel of the Cotswolds’ because of its outstanding natural beauty.
The main street or the broad way cantered on the Green has a line of red chestnut trees and honey coloured buildings which were built in the sixteenth century.
Broadway was a home to several artists including Mary Anderson, Elgar, Vaughan William and more. There are a number of hotels, lodges, pubs, Inns and restaurants for tourists wishing to spend some time here.
There are antique and art galleries, shops and tea rooms as well. One can take nature trails in the country park or enjoy a game of golf at the Broadway golf club.
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