The oldest dwelling in Broadway, Abbots Grange was built in about 1320 as the summer manor for the Abbot of Pershore. The house is a unique place for adults to relax in an exceptional setting, exuding peace and tranquility with glorious, unrestricted views out over the Cotswold hills.
There are over 700 years of history to absorb here, perhaps while you unwind in front of the roaring log fire... or by candlelight after dinner?
We are delighted to be re-opening Abbots Grange on the 4th July in full compliance with government regulations and industry standard guidelines. You are assured of our best rates when you book direct plus a complimentary bottle of our superb house Champagne if booking two nights or more.
Read our statement from our General Manager Stacey Heeks:
Please note: Our complimentary champagne offer (above) is not included when booking our discounted 2 or 3 night midweek breaks. Terms & conditions apply.
Relax in the Cotswolds
Nestled in the lea of Broadway hill and standing in a little over eight acres of parkland grounds and gardens you will find the romantic Cotswold hideaway, Abbots Grange. Secluded, yet only 2 minutes walk from Broadway's 'picture perfect' village high street with its delightful array of independent boutique shops, restaurants and inns.
This magical monastic manor has all the comforts you would expect from an AA five star with gold 'highly commended' guest house. Bedrooms are equipped to a high standard with four poster beds, flat screen TV’s, and seating areas. Beds are dressed with the finest Egyptian cotton sheets to ensure a blissful nights sleep. Thick, fluffy white towels, bath robes and complimentary toiletries complete the en-suite bathrooms.
Complimentary, Wi-Fi with super fast broadband is available throughout the property and in all bedrooms.
People tell us Abbots Grange leaves an indelible impression on them and that this is the reason why so many choose to return. Perhaps the lyrics (written by the Eagles) are true of Abbots Grange - 'you can check out any time you like but, you can never leave'.