Your Cotswolds Adventure Awaits...
at The Lygon Arms
Located in charming Broadway within The Cotswolds, The Lygon Arms is the perfect spot to switch off and relax. Steeped in over 600 years of fascinating history, our Cotswolds hotel has been host to royalty as well as notable rebellious figures throughout the centuries.
Staying true to its roots, the hotel's traditional honeyed walls promise a warm welcome. Expect roaring log fires in our cosy lounges, fantastic feasts from the restaurant, a relaxing spa and glorious guestrooms to tuck up in, including the famous Charles I suite.
7 Nights For 5
There is plenty to do during your Cotswold escape, which is why we'd like to offer you an extra two nights on us.
For the indulgent, soak away your stresses and relax in the spa, with full access to the swimming pool, steam, sauna, and Jacuzzi. For the adventurous, head out and explore Broadway and beyond, and after a day of adventure, The Lygon Arms will tempt you back into the warmth of this historical coaching inn with its roaring fires, and cosy lounges.
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An Oasis Of Calm
Nestled in the Cotswolds and just minutes from Broadway High Street you'll find our spa, radiating natural bliss with a myriad of relaxing treatments. Pop on that soft fluffy white robe and all of your stresses start to melt away. Spoil yourself with a treatment or lounge by the pool with the best kind of bubbles for guaranteed relaxation.
Christmas At Lygon
Gather your friends and family for festive celebrations they'll never forget. With its cosy corners, roaring log fires and historical gravitas, The Lygon Arms offers the perfect home-from-home warmth and the nostalgia of Christmas.
Things To Do
At Lygon and Beyond...
Located in Broadway, The Lygon Arms is the perfect base to discover our local area and beyond. Browse some of our favourite locations, events and activities below and plan your countryside adventure today.Discover More
History Of The Lygon Arms
A brief account of a very long history!
From the moment you cross the threshold of The Lygon Arms and look up, you know that you are passing back in time. For there, on the arch over the front door, is carved the name ‘John Trevis’ and the date ‘1620’. Who he might have been we can only guess; the owner, the stonemason, or perhaps, a local benefactor who wanted his name preserved for posterity, and 400 years on, it certainly has!