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Our Top 5 Favourite Views around Broadway

Posted by Luci Ackers on 5 March 2015
Related property: Buckland Court
Favourite sights around the Cotswolds

The Cotswolds are famous for being quaint and pretty and quintessentially English. When staying in Broadway make sure you don't miss out on some of the area's more spectacular views. Here are our top five favourite ones around the area.

Broadway Tower 

The tower is the second highest point in the Cotswolds and stands 65ft tall on an ancient beacon site. It was designed as a folly by Capability Brown and you can climb the spiral staircase to the top. On a clear day you can see for miles, over rolling greenery to the Brecon Beacons National Park.

St. Mary's Church, Fairford

This little Gloucestershire parish church was consecrated in 1497 and boasts the most complete set of medieval glass remaining in Britain. The village itself is worth a visit, with its river and pretty Cotswold stone houses, but it is the Church that steals the show. Its 28 beautiful stained glass windows are of excellent quality and in good condition; they were the work of the royal glazier, Barard Fowler, who also designed the windows for King's College Cambridge.

Chipping Campden

This small market town in Gloucestershire is a must visit if you want to soak up the classically Cotswold atmosphere. This ancient little town has many beautiful buildings and a range of architecture to see, but is also nestled in the midst of tranquil, green countryside. Wander the charming streets for some great photo opportunities and don't miss the ancient market hall. 


Stand at the top of Burford High Street and see the long gracious road, lined with antique buildings, stretching downhill toward the River Windrush. The shops and houses at either side feature mullioned windows and old gables. There is a lovely Tudor market house and England's oldest pharmacy nestled amongst the others.

Lodge Park and Sherbourne Estate

This National Trust owned estate makes a good day out, with lots to see and do and fantastic grounds to explore. Lodge Park is a magnificent building that is England's only surviving 17th century grandstand. It was first created in 1634 and has been modified over the years. The building provides great views out over its wonderful parkland from both the Great Room balcony and the roof viewing platform. 

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Luci Ackers

Luci Ackers

Luci loves getting out and about for a good cycle ride or easy-going walks in the countryside, and thoroughly enjoyed the time she previously spent working for the National Trust. Her love of writing started from a young age and on rainy days nothing beats curling up in a secret corner with a good book.

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