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Russell's of Broadway

Broadway, Cotswolds, UK

Russell's is set in the pretty village of Broadway, which is in the Cotswolds in the heart of England. It's 24km (15 miles) from Cheltenham, 25km from Stratford-upon-Avon and 10km (6 miles) from Evesham.

By Air
Birmingham, 70km away (43 miles) and Bristol, 110km (68 miles), are the nearest airports, but only served by a few airlines.
London Heathrow, 130km away (81 miles) and London Gatwick, 195km (121 miles) are served by most international airlines. For a list of airlines serving these airport, click the links at the bottom of the page.

From the Airport
You could either take the Airport Coach into central London and make your way here by train (see below) or you could hire a car and drive down the M40. It's about 2 hours from London Heathrow, 3 hours from Gatwick.

By Car
Russell's is an easy drive from the motorway along pretty country lanes. If you want to hire a car, see our car rental recommendations. There's free parking at the hotel.

By Train
London Paddington has regular trains to Moreton in Marsh and Cheltenham and from here you can jump in a taxi. See Seat 61 for more details.

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More on getting to the UK and getting around


  • Birmingham 70.0km BHX
  • Bristol 110.0km BRS


  • beach: 70.0 km
  • shop: 0.1 km
  • restaurant: 0.1 km
Save to favouritesPrintMailRussell's of BroadwayHoney-coloured buildings glow in the evening sun; the village green is immaculately clipped and dogs are basking on its warmth. This is England at its most glorious, most picturesque - and all we can think is, why don't we live here? The main street stretches up in front and within seconds Russell's appears on the left-hand side. Outside, cushioned garden benches sit under vast white umbrellas and and the flagged patio leads straight into the attractive restaurant. The former showroom of Sir Gordon Russell's furniture, the ground floor is roomy, light and filled with dining tables. Crisp white linens and a well-stocked wine wall set the tone; it's elegant but laid-back and the staff are warm and chatty. Out the back is an alfresco eating area, upstairs are the 7 [r:UK045:rooms]. These, owner Andrew explains, are not the main focus, but they're gorgeous nonetheless. Oak four-poster beds, exposed stone walls, chenille sofas and silk cushions. But don't get too comfy: [i!!dinner] awaits downstairs and it's even better...

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