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The Lygon Arms, Broadway

High St, Broadway WR12 7DU, UK
The Lygon Arms Review
 
4 Star Rating
23 August 2018The Lygon ArmsTags: Broadway, UK, Luxury reviewsThe Bill: £360 per night
 

The Lygon Arms is a wonderful hotel that can be found located in Broadway in the Cotswolds. The building itself is certainly impressive, dating back to the 1300’s. Naturally, the building boats a wealth of history and charm, and you can even visit the suite that Oliver Cromwell inhabited the night before the Battle of Worcester in 1651. The history of this hotel is ingrained in everything from the building itself, to the carving of John Trevis’ name on the arch of the front door, and this of course continues in the service from the staff who know a wealth about the heritage of the hotel.

The building is simply stunning, and as we arrived, we were enthralled by the beauty of its façade. Once checked in and greeted as if old friends, we were escorted to our Courtyard Suite. The Courtyard Suites offer true Cotswold style and are all named after people who are somehow connected with The Lygon Arms, our suite was named Earl Beauchamp.

The Earl Beauchamp suite boasted a wonderful light, airy and spacious, open-plan layout. The suites are set on the ground floor of the hotel and overlook the beautiful terraced gardens. Our suite also boasted its own terrace complete with table and chairs, which offered a delightful spot in which to enjoy a morning coffee from the provided Nespresso machine. One of our highlights was also coming back to the room following dinner and sitting outside the front of our suite before heading to our bed, taking in the wonderful view of the beautifully illuminated outdoor space of the hotel. It was a great place to find peace, admiring the wonderful surroundings.

“We cannot fault our experience and cannot wait to return to this wonderful hotel."

The suite comprised of a wonderfully comfortable king-sized bed that provided the most gorgeous night’s sleep, as well as a living area complete with wide screen television, and beautifully appointed bathroom. The bathroom offered two wash-basins and a walk-in shower and separate bath along with an abundance of black and white photography.

Venturing outside of your suite, you will find plenty to keep you occupied at The Lygon Arms, including the spa. This is a must visit during your stay, offering a real sanctuary. The spa itself has its own private garden, of course, you can experience a range of indulgent treatments for those looking to pamper, but you can also pop in just to visit the 13-meter heated indoor pool with its impressive retractable roof, not forgetting the sauna and steam room, or the fully equipped gym, It really is a pleasure.

For the foodies, there’s certainly no shortage of dining options. First and foremost, the lounge areas are simply stunning, so you can grab yourself a sofa and a copy of the latest travel magazine and enjoy one of their bespoke cocktails from the bar, before dining in their main restaurant The Lygon Bar & Grill; which is a destination in its own right. Or for a more intimate option, you can explore The Lygon Wine Bar which serves food both during lunch and dinner along with a vast selection of the most impressive wines.

Broadway as a destination is quaint and full of character, it’s a charming place to explore if you have time during your visit. We cannot fault our experience and cannot wait to return to this wonderful hotel.

 
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