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Lovely walks from here, Broadway Tower has a fabulous view from the top. Cafe and children's play area.
Broadway Tower & Park is a local tourist destination set in 50 acres of parkland. An iconic landmark on top of the beautiful Cotswold escarpment, it was the brainchild of 18th century landscape designer 'Capability Brown'. The tower houses exhibitions on three floors about the history of its…
Stunning views of Broadway and surrounding, Lovely cafe and a bit of history, this also lies on the cotswold way so if you fancy some walks then there is plenty to choose from
On a clear day you can see 17 counties! This is a must - fabulous views and also more great food and shopping at this venue!
The Tower has a William Morris & Arts Crafts exhibition Loely well kept park with refreshments
On the second highest point in the Cotswolds, the Tower was completed in 1798 and was the brainchild of the 18th Century landscape designer, “Capability Brown” with the help of architect James Wyatt.
William Morris used this extraordinary folly on the Cotswold Ridge. You too can enjoy its spectacular views, architecture and setting.
An iconic landmark in the area with great views of the surrounding Vale.
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“Stunning gardens, loads of history in a beautiful part of the world. The Ebrington Arms is a couple of miles down the road if you're out walking, excellent for a pint and a bite!”
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