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The Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONBs) in middle England is an attraction for tourists the world over. A starting point for your explorations may be the village of Broadway. After appeciating its beauty and history proceed to tour the many Cotswold villages and towns or put on your walking boots and get into the hills.
Broadway was founded at the foot of Fish Hill, which was a principal stage coach "station". This rough, bumpy, muddy and slow mode of travel declined in popularity with the advent of the railways. With the lessening of the traffic came solitidue and peace and an alternative reason for people to visit this spot in the countryside. It became home to the Arts and Crafts movement after many artists and writers settled here. William Morris occupied the Broadway Tower, a folly built in the late 18th century by Lady Coventry. You can get a view of 15 counties from atop the tower on a clear day. Some well-known paintings by famous artists originated here including by John Singer Sargent. Visit the Gordon Russell museum situated behind Budgens.
It's easy to get to other famous tourist towns including Stratford upon Avon having Shakespeare Theatre, Warwick having a wonderful medieval castle, Bath, Oxford and Cheltenham. It's also just 2 hours drive from London.
Broadway itself has a chocolate-box image with its horse chestnut tree-lined High Street, period houses and Cotswold stone cottages that are the colour of honey.
You'll spent hours browsing the unique shops, boutiques and art galleries, dining in the restaurants and taking refreshments in the pubs steeped in history including the renowned Lygon Arms.
You'll find plenty to occupy you whether on a day trip or a longer stay. There is accommodation to suit all pockets from self-catering cottages and bed and breakfasts to famous luxury hotels.
Local restaurants and hotels use the fine produce grown or made locally including asparagus, soft fruits, plums and organic cheese.
Despite its visitor popularity, Broadway remains unspoilt and is not overly commercialised.
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