Broadway: The Jewel of the Cotswolds featured in Humphreys of Henley TV

As you walk down the beautiful tree lined Broad Way, after which the village was named, it is easy to see why you are in the village that has been named "Jewel of the Cotswolds".

The streets are lined with the stunning honey coloured Cotswold stone buildings, many of which date back hundreds of years and have lots of stories to tell.

The Lygon Arms hotel in the heart of the village is an old coaching inn that provided rest and refreshments for horses and humans en route from Worcester to London.

Dormy House Hotel and Foxhill Manor are beautifully situated in the Farncombe Estate just a few minutes drive from the village. And it is worth staying on one of these beautiful hotels so you can make the most of everything that there is to do: from Snowshill Manor to the Broadway Tower and walking the Cotswold Way to exploring the stunning gardens at Hidcote and Kiftsgate.