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Box Cottage, sleeps 4, centre of Broadway

People4
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms2
Space 968 sq. ft.
Property type cottage
Minimum Stay 0 - 7 nights

Overview

About the property

Sleeps 4, centre of Broadway, walking, shops & restaurants

Those looking for a quintessential Cotswolds escape in every sense of the word need look no further than this delightful bolthole in the centre of the beautiful market town of Broadway; a small-but-perfectly-formed mews cottage for up to four guests, hidden in a quiet backwater just a stone’s throw from Broadway’s main shopping street.

With 200 years of history under its belt, this is real Cotswold-cottage living; a heritage-rich hideaway for holidaymakers looking to get under the skin of one of the Cotswolds’ most popular tourist destinations. Postcard-worthy exteriors greet you from the moment you step through the courtyard within which the cottage sits, with a stone carving on the wall dating ‘Aug 1, 1811’ giving you a good idea of the cottage’s impressive history. Inside, the cottage’s cosy, homely interiors blend the modern with the traditional, with plenty of nods to its heritage preserved in the exposed wooden beams, beautiful parquet flooring, original windows and Victorian equine artwork adorning the walls. Elegant yet comfortable, the real star of the cottage is its beautifully-maintained courtyard garden; a real treat for a cottage of this size and the perfect spot within which to unwind, sundowner in hand, after a day exploring the glorious Cotswold surroundings. Best of all, Broadway’s many boutiques, cafés and restaurants are all within a 2-minute walk from the front door.

The Living Space

Stepping through the traditional stable door directly into a light-filled hallway, glimpses to the cottage’s heritage are evident in the whitewashed stone walls and parquet flooring found throughout the cottage’s ground floor, evoking a real sense of country-living as soon as you step inside. The shared living space of the house is accessible directly from the central hallway, giving the cottage a flowing, spacious feel despite its smaller size. To the right, a snug dining room with table for four and views to the cottage’s pretty courtyard garden can be found, leading through into a modest but well-equipped kitchen that sits at the cottage’s front. Perfectly petite, the kitchen manages to squeeze in all you’ll need for a well-catered stay, including a double electric oven, dishwasher, freestanding fridge/freezer and plenty of kitchenware; there’s even a tiny tea making station tucked within a handy wall nook. Stepping back through the hallway you’ll find a cosy living room and the main living space of the house, boasting sink-in sofas in calming country-cream hues and bright dual aspect windows, including a handy French door leading directly out into the property’s pretty courtyard garden. The cottage’s history here once again comes to life through the parquet flooring, statement stone fireplace - complete with Victorian-era favourite Staffordshire Dog ornaments – and traditional equine artwork; a subtle nod to Broadway’s history as a key coaching hub of the Cotswolds. Modernists needn’t worry though, with a TV and WiFi on hand to ensure you stay well and truly up to date with the 21st century during your stay. The ground floor also homes a handy cloakroom WC, hidden away beneath the stairs.

Bedrooms

Upstairs, 2 well-proportioned bedrooms sleep up to 4 guests:

Bedroom 1

The master bedroom of the house can be found at the top of the cottage’s staircase, boasting the same bright dual-aspect outlook that the cottage’s living room enjoys. An eye-catching antique French-style double bed acts as the focal point of the room; an intricate masterpiece in mahogany, featuring delicate carvings and four miniature posts to evoke a real sense of occasion. A generously-proportioned room, there’s also a built-in wardrobe, dresser and dressing table at your disposal, plus attractive exposed beams and a delicate tapestry adorning the wall to further emphasise the elegant, French-style feel.

Bedroom 2

Across the landing sits Bedroom 2, with zip-and-link twin beds making it perfect for younger guests or adults who don’t mind bunking in together. Boasting the same refined, French-style theme of the Master, Bedroom 2 also benefits from beautiful bright interiors thanks to the dual-aspect windows overlooking the cottage’s frontage and beautiful private courtyard garden. It also homes a statement mahogany dressing table, built-in wardrobe and small sink behind the door; a Victorian throw-back that’s stood the test of time.

Bathroom

The cottage’s main bathroom can be found upstairs between bedrooms 1 and 2, with a double shower, attractive Victorian-style Chatsworth wash basin and wonderfully high ceiling, evoking a real sense of space within this family bathroom. Fully tiled with wood-effect flooring, a large window overlooking the cottage’s front floods the bathroom with light, boasting the same laid-back yet elegant style that can be found throughout the cottage.

What’s Outside

Hidden away in a somewhat secret courtyard just off Broadway’s main shopping street, Box Cottage is perfectly placed for those seeking the peace and tranquillity of a country escape, with the benefit of amenities on the doorstep. Pretty in equal measure inside and out, the cottage is accessed from the front through a kissing gate at the end of a quiet backwater, sitting pretty alongside a row of fellow mews cottages opposite an ivy-strewn dry-stone wall. The real gem of the cottage is its private courtyard garden, accessible via French doors leading from the staircase and living room. Encased by traditional Cotswold stone walls in typical courtyard style, this spacious outside area affords the cottage plenty of al-fresco dining opportunities thanks to a dedicated outdoor-dining set and charcoal BBQ sat beneath a beautiful Wisteria-strewn pergola; ideal for offering shade on sunny summer days. The perfect space to unwind in after a day exploring Broadway’s many boutiques, the courtyard is beautifully-maintained with plenty of greenery to give it a real English country garden feel.

Facilities

Parking on premises (one car)

Wireless Internet

Washing Machine

Dishwasher

Charcoal BBQ

Outdoor Dining Area

Iron

Telephone

1.5 Bathrooms

2 bedrooms

Amenities within walking distance

Local Amenities

Amenities are very much on the doorstep at Box Cottage, meaning you needn’t have to venture far for the essentials during your stay. The nearest convenience stores are in Broadway itself, with Warner’s Budgens and Nisa both within walking distance and stocked full of the essentials you’ll need for a well-catered break. The nearest major supermarkets can be found in Evesham (20-minute drive), where an M&S Simply Food, Tesco Superstore, LIDL, ALDI, Morrisons and Co-Operative Food offer you plenty of choice when it comes to stocking up. If you fancy taking the hassle out of your stay completely, we recommend planning ahead with a grocery delivery; Ocado, Sainsbury’s, Tesco and Morrisons all deliver to the cottage.

More Details

Property Manager
Becky Brooks
Member since: 2016
Speaks English
Response time:
Within a day
Response rate:
100%
Calendar last updated:
22 May, 2018

About Becky Brooks

A charming chocolate-box hideaway in a quiet pedestrian mews, tucked away just moments from Broadway’s independent boutiques.

Those looking for a quintessential Cotswolds escape in every sense of the word need look no further than this delightful bolthole in the centre of the beautiful market town of Broadway; a small-but-perfectly-formed mews cottage for up to four guests, hidden in a quiet backwater just a stone’s throw from Broadway’s main shopping street. With 200 years of history under its belt, this is real Cotswold-cottage living; a heritage-rich hideaway for holidaymakers looking to get under the skin of one of the Cotswolds’ most popular tourist destinations. Postcard-worthy exteriors greet you from the moment you step through the courtyard within which the cottage sits, with a stone carving on the wall dating ‘Aug 1, 1811’ giving you a good idea of the cottage’s impressive history. Inside, the cottage’s cosy, homely interiors blend the modern with the traditional, with plenty of nods to its heritage preserved in the exposed wooden beams, beautiful parquet flooring, original windows and Victorian equine artwork adorning the walls. Elegant yet comfortable, the real star of the cottage is its beautifully-maintained courtyard garden; a real treat for a cottage of this size and the perfect spot within which to unwind, sundowner in hand, after a day exploring the glorious Cotswold surroundings. Best of all, Broadway’s many boutiques, cafés and restaurants are all within a 2-minute walk from the front door.

Full Description

The Living Space

Stepping through the traditional stable door directly into a light-filled hallway, glimpses to the cottage’s heritage are evident in the whitewashed stone walls and parquet flooring found throughout the cottage’s ground floor, evoking a real sense of country-living as soon as you step inside. The shared living space of the house is accessible directly from the central hallway, giving the cottage a flowing, spacious feel despite its smaller size. To the right, a snug dining room with table for four and views to the cottage’s pretty courtyard garden can be found, leading through into a modest but well-equipped kitchen that sits at the cottage’s front. Perfectly petite, the kitchen manages to squeeze in all you’ll need for a well-catered stay, including a double electric oven, dishwasher, freestanding fridge/freezer and plenty of kitchenware; there’s even a tiny tea making station tucked within a handy wall nook. Stepping back through the hallway you’ll find a cosy living room and the main living space of the house, boasting sink-in sofas in calming country-cream hues and bright dual aspect windows, including a handy French door leading directly out into the property’s pretty courtyard garden. The cottage’s history here once again comes to life through the parquet flooring, statement stone fireplace - complete with Victorian-era favourite Staffordshire Dog ornaments – and traditional equine artwork; a subtle nod to Broadway’s history as a key coaching hub of the Cotswolds. Modernists needn’t worry though, with a TV and WiFi on hand to ensure you stay well and truly up to date with the 21st century during your stay. The ground floor also homes a handy cloakroom WC, hidden away beneath the stairs.

Bedrooms

Upstairs, 2 well-proportioned bedrooms sleep up to 4 guests:

Bedroom 1

The master bedroom of the house can be found at the top of the cottage’s staircase, boasting the same bright dual-aspect outlook that the cottage’s living room enjoys. An eye-catching antique French-style double bed acts as the focal point of the room; an intricate masterpiece in mahogany, featuring delicate carvings and four miniature posts to evoke a real sense of occasion. A generously-proportioned room, there’s also a built-in wardrobe, dresser and dressing table at your disposal, plus attractive exposed beams and a delicate tapestry adorning the wall to further emphasise the elegant, French-style feel.

Bedroom 2

Across the landing sits Bedroom 2, with zip-and-link twin beds making it perfect for younger guests or adults who don’t mind bunking in together. Boasting the same refined, French-style theme of the Master, Bedroom 2 also benefits from beautiful bright interiors thanks to the dual-aspect windows overlooking the cottage’s frontage and beautiful private courtyard garden. It also homes a statement mahogany dressing table, built-in wardrobe and small sink behind the door; a Victorian throw-back that’s stood the test of time.

Bathroom

The cottage’s main bathroom can be found upstairs between bedrooms 1 and 2, with a double shower, attractive Victorian-style Chatsworth wash basin and wonderfully high ceiling, evoking a real sense of space within this family bathroom. Fully tiled with wood-effect flooring, a large window overlooking the cottage’s front floods the bathroom with light, boasting the same laid-back yet elegant style that can be found throughout the cottage.

What’s Outside

Hidden away in a somewhat secret courtyard just off Broadway’s main shopping street, Box Cottage is perfectly placed for those seeking the peace and tranquillity of a country escape, with the benefit of amenities on the doorstep. Pretty in equal measure inside and out, the cottage is accessed from the front through a kissing gate at the end of a quiet backwater, sitting pretty alongside a row of fellow mews cottages opposite an ivy-strewn dry-stone wall. The real gem of the cottage is its private courtyard garden, accessible via French doors leading from the staircase and living room. Encased by traditional Cotswold stone walls in typical courtyard style, this spacious outside area affords the cottage plenty of al-fresco dining opportunities thanks to a dedicated outdoor-dining set and charcoal BBQ sat beneath a beautiful Wisteria-strewn pergola; ideal for offering shade on sunny summer days. The perfect space to unwind in after a day exploring Broadway’s many boutiques, the courtyard is beautifully-maintained with plenty of greenery to give it a real English country garden feel.

Things to Do

Eating

When it comes to eateries in Broadway you’re truly spoilt for choice, with a wide selection of independent cafés, restaurants and pubs to enjoy within walking distance of Box Cottage. For those in search of a real treat, Russell’s of Broadway is the ideal choice; a Michelin-guide favourite serving up sophisticated, modern British cuisine along Broadway’s high street. The renowned Lygon Arms, located just a few doors down from the cottage along the high street, is also a great choice for more formal evening meals, with the Lygon Bar & Grill offering a selection of locally-sourced dishes in a stunning Tudor dining room setting. For more laid-back all-day dining, Number 32 Broadway offers a fantastic menu spanning brunch- early supper, serving up a selection of light bites, pizzas and sharer-boards with a contemporary-cool feel. Russell’s Fish and Chips is also a must-visit for those in search of a slap-up meal with a distinctly refined feel courtesy of the team behind Russell’s of Broadway, as is Broadway Deli; a treasure-trove of local delicacies, fresh goodies and store-cupboard essentials, with a small café serving up daily breakfast, lunch and afternoon treats. No visit to Broadway would be complete without a jaunt up to the famed Dormy House, an award-winning boutique hotel with fantastic foodie credentials, with afternoon tea in The Garden Room a must for those in search of an elegant way to while away the hours. For afternoon tea with a more relaxed feel, look no further than The Tea Set – sister to its namesake tea room in Chipping Norton- located just off the high street.

Walking

The Cotswolds’ miles and miles of picturesque walking routes are on your doorstep here at Box Cottage, with The Cotswold Way running directly through Broadway itself to connect you to the likes of nearby Chipping Campden, Snowshill and Winchcombe, dependant on how far you’re willing to travel on foot. We’d recommend the brisk walk from Broadway’s High Street to Broadway Tower, designed in 1799 for the sixth Earl and Countess of Coventry, where your hard up-hill efforts are rewarded by magnificent views said to stretch to up to 12 counties wide. For those keen to continue their Cotswold explorations on foot, you can follow the Cotswold Way towards Snowshill on a 7-mile round trip, where the beautiful 15th century Snowshill Manor is well-worth a visit at the half-way point; as is a hard-earned rest stop at the Snowshill Arms.

Must-Sees

The north Cotswolds is crammed-full of attractions sure to keep visitors happy no matter what the weather, with Broadway itself full of must-sees within walking distance of Box Cottage. History-buffs will love The Broadway Museum and Art Gallery (5-minute walk), a community museum which tells the town’s history through art, as well as Broadway Tower (35-minute walk); a spectacular monument atop an ancient beacon site overlooking the town from its 65ft vantage point. The National Trust property Snowshill Manor is also just a 7-minute drive for those in search of a stately day out, whilst Batsford Arboretum (25-minute drive) offers a picturesque breath of fresh air amidst glorious woodland for those looking to stretch their legs. Slightly further afield, Cotswold Lavender (10-minute drive) is an absolute must during the warmer months with fields upon fields of vibrant purple lavender to explore, including a distillery where the lavender is harvested for essential oil each summer. Distillery fans will also love Cotswolds Distillery at Stourton (30-minute drive) where you can get hands-on with the intricacies of whisky and gin making; the perfect day-out for fans of a tipple or two. For younger guests, Broadway boasts its own Activity Park where hours of fun can be had playing in the great outdoors, with Cotswold Farm Park and Cotswold Wildlife Park just a 20-minute and 40-minute drive from Box Cottage respectively.

Getting There

With the amenities of Broadway on the doorstep, Box Cottage is well-equipped for those travelling without a car, albeit a nice bonus for those wishing to explore slightly further afield in the Cotswolds. For those travelling by rail, Evesham (18-minute drive) are Moreton-in-Marsh (18-minute drive) are the nearest stations with good links to major cities including London Paddington, with regular buses connecting Broadway with each. Taxis are available from each station but we would recommend pre-booking if you’re arriving outside of traditional working-day hours.

PARKING Parking is in Back Lane, Broadway, after the "residents only" formal sign on the left, as one approaches the end of Back Lane, you are welcome to park along the hedgerow, even in front of the gate on the LEFT hand side. (Not the kissing gate) on the right.

Facilities

Parking in Back Lane

Wireless Internet

Washing Machine

Dishwasher

Charcoal BBQ

Outdoor Dining Area

Iron

Telephone

1.5 Bathrooms

2 bedrooms

Amenities within walking distance

Local Amenities

Amenities are very much on the doorstep at Box Cottage, meaning you needn’t have to venture far for the essentials during your stay. The nearest convenience stores are in Broadway itself, with Warner’s Budgens and Nisa both within walking distance and stocked full of the essentials you’ll need for a well-catered break. The nearest major supermarkets can be found in Evesham (20-minute drive), where an M&S Simply Food, Tesco Superstore, LIDL, ALDI, Morrisons and Co-Operative Food offer you plenty of choice when it comes to stocking up. If you fancy taking the hassle out of your stay completely, we recommend planning ahead with a grocery delivery; Ocado, Sainsbury’s, Tesco and Morrisons all deliver to the cottage.

Helpful Addresses/Links

Walking

Cotswolds Walks- www.cotswolds.com/things-to-do/activities/walking-in-the-cotswolds

Broadway Walks and Attractions- www.broadway-cotswolds.co.uk

Eating

Russell’s of Broadway - 20 High St, Broadway WR12 7DT | 01386 853555

Lygon Bar & Grill- High Street, Broadway WR12 7DU | 01386 852 255

Number 32 Broadway- 32 High Street, Broadway WR12 7DT | 01386 306670

Russell’s Fish and Chips - 20 High St, Broadway WR12 7DT | 01386 858435

Dormy House- Willersy Hill, Broadway WR12 7LF | 01386 859910

The Tea Set- 1 The Huntings, Church Close, Broadway WR12 7AH | 01386 859090

Supermarkets

Warner’s Budgens- Russell Square, Back Ln, Broadway WR12 7AP

NISA Local- 3 Bibsworth Ave, Broadway WR12 7BH

Tesco Superstore- Worcester Rd, Evesham WR11 4XF

Morrisons- Davies Rd, Evesham WR11 1FN

The Co-Operative Food- 72-74 High St, Evesham WR11 4PA

LIDL- 2 Broadway Rd, Evesham WR11 1BH

ALDI- 4 Swan Ln, Evesham WR11 4PA

M&S Simply Food- 3 & 4, Evesham Shopping Park, Evesham WR11 4AB

Taxis

Broadway

AJW Private Hire - 07930 868552

Blue Cabs - 01386 858031

QB Cabs - 07850 888565

Delta Taxis - 07798 767688

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Facilities

Accommodation and facilities for this holiday cottage in Broadway in Wychavon District

Property Type:
  • cottage
Floor Area:
  • 968 sq. ft.
House Rules:
  • Max. occupancy: 4
  • pets not allowed
Location Type:
  • rural
  • town
  • village
Theme:
  • Adventure
  • Family
  • Historic
  • Romantic
  • Tourist Attractions
General:
  • Hair Dryer
  • Heating
  • Internet
  • Iron & Board
  • Linens Provided
  • Living Room
  • Parking
  • Towels Provided
  • Washing Machine
Kitchen:
  • Dishes & Utensils
  • Dishwasher
  • Kitchen
  • Microwave
  • Refrigerator
  • Hob
  • Toaster
Dining:
  • Dining Area
  • Dining Room
  • seating for 4 people
Bathrooms:
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 1 family bathroom and one toilet on the ground floor.
Bedrooms:
  • 2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 4
  • 1 master bedroom with King size bed that can be split into twin singles. 1 twin room
Entertainment:
  • DVD Player
  • Stereo
  • Television
Outside:
  • Balcony
  • Terrace
  • Barbecue
Attractions:
  • arboretum
  • autumn foliage
  • churches
  • library
  • live theatre
  • museums
  • playground
  • pond
  • recreation centre
  • restaurants
  • ruins
  • winery tours
  • zoo
Leisure Activities:
  • bird watching
  • eco tourism
  • horse riding
  • scenic drives
  • sight seeing
  • walking
Local Services & Businesses:
  • ATM/bank
  • Babysitter
  • fitness centre
  • groceries
  • hospital
  • laundrette - serviced
  • massage therapist
  • medical services
Sports & Adventure Activities:
  • cycling
  • equestrian events
  • fishing
  • fly fishing
  • freshwater fishing
  • golf
  • golf pass optional
  • hiking
  • mountain biking
  • tennis
Notes:
Those looking for a quintessential Cotswolds escape in every sense of the word need look no further than this delightful bolthole in the centre of the beautiful market town of Broadway; a small-but-perfectly-formed mews cottage for up to four guests, hidden in a quiet backwater just a stone’s throw from Broadway’s main shopping street. With 200 years of history under its belt, this is real Cotswold-cottage living; a heritage-rich hideaway for holidaymakers looking to get under the skin of one of the Cotswolds’ most popular tourist destinations. Postcard-worthy exteriors greet you from the moment you step through the courtyard within which the cottage sits, with a stone carving on the wall dating ‘Aug 1, 1811’ giving you a good idea of the cottage’s impressive history. Inside, the cottage’s cosy, homely interiors blend the modern with the traditional, with plenty of nods to its heritage preserved in the exposed wooden beams, beautiful parquet flooring, original windows and Victorian equine artwork adorning the walls. Elegant yet comfortable, the real star of the cottage is its beautifully-maintained courtyard garden; a real treat for a cottage of this size and the perfect spot within which to unwind, sundowner in hand, after a day exploring the glorious Cotswold surroundings. Best of all, Broadway’s many boutiques, cafés and restaurants are all within a 2-minute walk from the front door. The Living Space Stepping through the traditional stable door directly into a light-filled hallway, glimpses to the cottage’s heritage are evident in the whitewashed stone walls and parquet flooring found throughout the cottage’s ground floor, evoking a real sense of country-living as soon as you step inside. The shared living space of the house is accessible directly from the central hallway, giving the cottage a flowing, spacious feel despite its smaller size. To the right, a snug dining room with table for four and views to the cottage’s pretty courtyard garden can be found, leading through into a modest but well-equipped kitchen that sits at the cottage’s front. Perfectly petite, the kitchen manages to squeeze in all you’ll need for a well-catered stay, including a double electric oven, dishwasher, freestanding fridge/freezer and plenty of kitchenware; there’s even a tiny tea making station tucked within a handy wall nook. Stepping back through the hallway you’ll find a cosy living room and the main living space of the house, boasting sink-in sofas in calming country-cream hues and bright dual aspect windows, including a handy French door leading directly out into the property’s pretty courtyard garden. The cottage’s history here once again comes to life through the parquet flooring, statement stone fireplace - complete with Victorian-era favourite Staffordshire Dog ornaments – and traditional equine artwork; a subtle nod to Broadway’s history as a key coaching hub of the Cotswolds. Modernists needn’t worry though, with a TV and WiFi on hand to ensure you stay well and truly up to date with the 21st century during your stay. The ground floor also homes a handy cloakroom WC, hidden away beneath the stairs. Bedrooms Upstairs, 2 well-proportioned bedrooms sleep up to 4 guests: Bedroom 1 The master bedroom of the house can be found at the top of the cottage’s staircase, boasting the same bright dual-aspect outlook that the cottage’s living room enjoys. An eye-catching antique French-style double bed acts as the focal point of the room; an intricate masterpiece in mahogany, featuring delicate carvings and four miniature posts to evoke a real sense of occasion. A generously-proportioned room, there’s also a built-in wardrobe, dresser and dressing table at your disposal, plus attractive exposed beams and a delicate tapestry adorning the wall to further emphasise the elegant, French-style feel. Bedroom 2 Across the landing sits Bedroom 2, with zip-and-link twin beds making it perfect for younger guests or adults who don’t mind bunking in together. Boasting the same refined, French-style theme of the Master, Bedroom 2 also benefits from beautiful bright interiors thanks to the dual-aspect windows overlooking the cottage’s frontage and beautiful private courtyard garden. It also homes a statement mahogany dressing table, built-in wardrobe and small sink behind the door; a Victorian throw-back that’s stood the test of time. Bathroom The cottage’s main bathroom can be found upstairs between bedrooms 1 and 2, with a double shower, attractive Victorian-style Chatsworth wash basin and wonderfully high ceiling, evoking a real sense of space within this family bathroom. Fully tiled with wood-effect flooring, a large window overlooking the cottage’s front floods the bathroom with light, boasting the same laid-back yet elegant style that can be found throughout the cottage. What’s Outside Hidden away in a somewhat secret courtyard just off Broadway’s main shopping street, Box Cottage is perfectly placed for those seeking the peace and tranquillity of a country escape, with the benefit of amenities on the doorstep. Pretty in equal measure inside and out, the cottage is accessed from the front through a kissing gate at the end of a quiet backwater, sitting pretty alongside a row of fellow mews cottages opposite an ivy-strewn dry-stone wall. The real gem of the cottage is its private courtyard garden, accessible via French doors leading from the staircase and living room. Encased by traditional Cotswold stone walls in typical courtyard style, this spacious outside area affords the cottage plenty of al-fresco dining opportunities thanks to a dedicated outdoor-dining set and charcoal BBQ sat beneath a beautiful Wisteria-strewn pergola; ideal for offering shade on sunny summer days. The perfect space to unwind in after a day exploring Broadway’s many boutiques, the courtyard is beautifully-maintained with plenty of greenery to give it a real English country garden feel. Facilities Parking on premises (one car) Wireless Internet Washing Machine Dishwasher Charcoal BBQ Outdoor Dining Area Iron Telephone Baby Cot 1.5 Bathrooms 2 bedrooms Amenities within walking distance Local Amenities Amenities are very much on the doorstep at Box Cottage, meaning you needn’t have to venture far for the essentials during your stay. The nearest convenience stores are in Broadway itself, with Warner’s Budgens and Nisa both within walking distance and stocked full of the essentials you’ll need for a well-catered break. The nearest major supermarkets can be found in Evesham (20-minute drive), where an M&S Simply Food, Tesco Superstore, LIDL, ALDI, Morrisons and Co-Operative Food offer you plenty of choice when it comes to stocking up. If you fancy taking the hassle out of your stay completely, we recommend planning ahead with a grocery delivery; Ocado, Sainsbury’s, Tesco and Morrisons all deliver to the cottage.

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Fantastic location, lovely cottage all home comforts

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Four of us stayed here for Easter weekend, two adults and two teenage daughters. The directions provided to the cottage were spot on so we had no difficulty in finding it. The location is excellent, just off the main street in Broadway but it is really quiet. It's an ideal base to explore the Cotswolds. The cottage itself is very well equipped, with even tea and coffee provided. A thoughtful touch were the washing tablets and provision of dishwasher tabs also. The HIVE heating system is excellent keeping us very cosy on a very damp weekend! The bedrooms are very comfortable. The garden outside is a perfect size and I'm sure really lovely to sit out in the summer. We had a very pleasant couple of days here and would recommend it highly.

  • Review Submitted: 05-Apr-2018
  • Date of Stay: March 2018
  • Source: Bolthole Retreats
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