Broadway is nestled perfectly in Worcestershire - it's a part of the historic Cotswolds and the local economy relies heavily on a large influx of tourists each year.
As you'd expect with an area that's so heavily reliant on tourism, Broadway is home to numerous hotels, B&Bs and public houses - as well as fine restaurants. Not only does this selection of amenities ensure tourists have a pleasant stay, it also ensures that locals are well catered for.
One of Broadway's most striking features is the architecture - a large proportion of the local buildings are made from limestone and they date from as far back as the 16th Century. That's no major surprise though when you consider the fact that Broadway was first settled around 5,000 years ago.
The location of Broadway makes it ideal if you need regular access to the UK's largest cities including Birmingham and London - it's just over two hours away from central London by road. There are a plethora of indirect trains that run between Broadway and central London too.
Broadway is frequently referred to as the "jewel in the Cotswolds' crown" - it's a beautiful place that's completely steeped in history.