Crown and Trumpet Inn Broadway
Situated just behind the village green of BROADWAY this traditional 17th Century Inn, built in Cotswold stone, provides pub ACCOMMODATION with four rooms for MIDWEEK and WEEKEND breaks. Providing WiFi service. Serving pub LUNCH and DINNERS all through the week using locally produced ingredients to make seasonally cooked home made dishes.
Special Offer Examples:(Subject to availability)
Early Diners (6.00pm - 7.15pm) - Choose from a selection of meals and puddings.
Six of the Best - Select either Rump or Rib-eye Steak and add to it from a selection of extras.
Bottle of Wine - Buy 2 large glasses of wine and get the rest of the bottle for free.
SUNDAY ROAST with Cotswold Beef and Tewkesbury Mustard. CAMRA recommended we have also four exclusively brewed seasonal beers, for the autumn it is ´Wizard Brew´ followed by our winter beer ´Lords -a- Leaping´. Having an open fire in the bar with our own mulled wine and hot toddies in the winter and Pimm´s in the summer on our patio.
Monthly JAZZ and BLUES evenings as well as musical entertainment every Saturday evening. Hope to welcome you to the Cotswolds, We are also situated just off The Cotswold Way and it is a wonderful walking area and the Crown and Trumpet Inn is very central for touring Shakespeare´s Country and both the Cotswold and Malvern Hills.
"This is a lovely golden stone building, with a heavily tiled roof attractively set close to the church and the village green. Its a down-to-earth place, popular locally, with a cheerful and thriving atmosphere, and a cosily unpretentious beamed and timbered bar with dark high-backed settles and a blazing log fire, live sing-along music on Saturday evenings, darts and shove-hapenny."
"Broadway is a picture postcard village, full of honey-coloured stone buildings, of which the Crown and Trumpet is a fine example. This lively pub offers many regular attractions in the way of entertainment while every second Thursday is blues night, and music on Saturday evenings. There is a good selection of traditional pub games, including Evesham quoits. An excellent menu is served daily. Oak beams and a log fire provide a warm atmosphere in which to dine and sample the range of real ales. Broadway is popularly known as the Gateway to the Cotswolds and is within easy reach of many of the major tourist attractions."
From the Good Pub Guide
From the CAMRA Room at the Inn
Inside the Crown and Trumpet
"Evesham Quoits and Ring the Bull are still played at this lively 17th century stone pub behind Broadway´s audemars piguet millenary replica village green. Upholding traditional pub virtues is one of its strengths: landlord Andrew Scott dispenses mulled wine in winter, serves roast rib-eye beef for Sunday lunch and celebrates the local asparagus harvest hublot replica with a special menu devoted to this prized English crop. Throughout the year you can also sample a range of decent home cooked dishes with a few regional overtones - Evesham pie is beef cooked in a plum sauce."
rolex cellini replica Frequently Asked Questions:
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Q: What is your closest airport?
A: Birmingham Airport is about 45 minutes away from Broadway, London Heathrow Airport is about 2 hours away.
Q: What is the closest railway station?
A: The nearest Railway Station is Evesham which is located about 6 miles from Broadway. Taxi Companies are available to take you from Evesham to Broadway, traveling back London Paddington is about 2 hours from Evesham.
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