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Broom Hall Inn
Bidford Road
Broom

Bidford On Avon
Warwickshire

B50 4HE | View map
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The Broom Hall Inn is a sixteenth century building of great historic interest. Set in a rural location away from main roads yet within easy reach of Stratford-upon-Avon; Evesham; Warwick and close to the Cotswolds; Coventry; Birmingham and the National Exhibition Centre are all less than forty minutes away.The Inn is set back within its own gardens and is fronted by a number of splendid trees; including a rare Hulme oak which is of considerable age. There is a carefully enclosed beer garden and terrace with ample free parking. The fully licensed hotel is privately owned and guests are given a warm welcome in the atmosphere of a traditional English Country Inn.The Inn with its open log fire in the lounge bar is a regular haunt for locals and with the extensive menu people travel from far and wide to sample the traditional pub food. The newly refurbished restaurant hosts a popular carvery every Sunday. Broom is an ideal base for holiday makers with nearby Stratford; famous foremost for being Shakespeare’s birthplace; Warwick and its historic castle and Cheltenham with its racing Festival. No visit would be the same without a tour of the beautiful Cotswolds; arguably the prettiest area in England.

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