Broadlands Guest House
Broadlands Guest House is ideally located in Bourton-on-the-Water which is an extremely attractive Cotswold village situated on the banks of the river Windrush, 17 miles from Cheltenham and 31 miles from Oxford making an ideal base from which to tour the area.
The Cotswolds are looked upon as the heart of England. Few regions have such a unique architectural legacy as the Cotswolds with its charming villages built mainly in the warm yellow Cotswold stone.
There are many local attractions such as the world famous model village, The Pottery, Birdland Park and Garden, The Cotswold Perfumery, Model Railway Exhibition and Cotswold Motor Museum. Places of worship include Anglican, Roman Catholic and Baptist Churches and a Christadelphian Meeting Hall. Broadlands Guest House, with an English Tourist Council four star rating, is situated in a quiet street, a few minutes level walk from the beautiful village centre and its many attractions.
We offer double, twin-bedded and family room accommodation, tastefully furnished to a high standard in a friendly home from home atmosphere. All rooms have en-suite bathroom and tea/coffee making facilities, colour TV, hairdryer, radio alarm and free WIFI.
Breakfast is served in our beautiful Victorian Conservatory and for your comfort there is also a Guest Lounge. Outside there is a patio garden and private car park to the rear of the house. We trust that you will find Bourton-on-the-Water as delightful as we do and hope that your stay with us will be pleasant.
Bourton on the Water
Visit Bourton on the Water a charming English village in the heart of the Cotswolds. Regularly voted one of the prettiest villages in England, Bourton on the Water has a unique appeal to visitors and residents alike.
With plenty to see and do, Bourton on the Water offers a wealth of attractions and shops, restaurants and tea rooms, or simply for you to enjoy some tranquil time by the River Windrush with its beautiful bridges throughout.
Visit Gloucestershire from elegant spa & market towns to stately homes. Gloucestershire is home to the UK’s longest river and largest mature oak woodland, iconic film locations, walk in the footsteps of poets, and explore 4,500-year-old mines.
In addition to its county town of Gloucester, it has three lovely areas – The Forest of Dean, The Cotswolds and the Severn Vale.