Russell’s Of Broadway

20 High Street, Broadway, Cotswolds, Worcestershire, WR12 7DT, 01539 888025

Boasting an award-winning restaurant, beautiful country-chic bedrooms and a gorgeous village setting; Russell's of Broadway in the Cotswolds is the perfect place for an idyllic break.

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What we love heart
  • Gorgeous Bedrooms
  • Award-Winning Restaurant
  • Cotswolds Village Setting
Russell's of Broadway Overview

Located on the main street of the quintessentially Cotswolds village, Russell’s of Broadway, a fine restaurant with rooms in the Cotswolds, is hailed for its award-winning restaurant and luxurious accommodation.

As the 1920’s workshop of renowned furniture designer Sir Gordon Russell, the historic building is an architectural delight. Yet guests would have to wait until 2004 for the workshop to be restored and renovated into the laid-back restaurant with rooms that it is today.

Russell’s in the Cotswolds offers a choice of seven beautifully designed suites with natural stone bathrooms, complimentary toiletries and gorgeous views of the Cotswold countryside, the gardens, or Broadway village. You’ll find a wealth of characterful features, including exposed beams, stone walls and original leaded light windows, which add to the charm of the rooms.


Restaurant with Rooms in the Cotswolds

Once you’ve appreciated the centuries-old exterior, step inside and take a seat in the cosy yet contemporary restaurant. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are prepared under the expert guidance of head chef, George Santos.

Joining the Russell’s team in 2017, Santos unveiled his passion for modern British food with his inspired menu, prepared using only the finest local ingredients. You can also choose from a wonderful selection of old and new world wines to accompany the dishes at this restaurant with rooms in the Cotswolds.

Things to Do in the Cotswolds

As tempting as it would be to spend your entire getaway relaxing in your suite, grab your walking boots and get ready to explore. Head into Broadway village to browse the many antique shops or boutiques. Art lovers are in for a real treat as there are three John Norcott galleries in Broadway in addition to Trinity Fine Art.

Slightly further afield you can explore the magnificent Blenheim Palace and Gardens, Hidcote Manor Gardens, and Snowshill Manor – and, of course, you mustn’t forget to visit Broadway Tower, a landmark of which the locals are particularly proud.

Russell's of Broadway Rooms

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