Number 36

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Perfectly located to explore the delights of the Cotswolds with fabulous places to eat and drink just a short walk away, this homely retreat for couples or families alike is a gorgeous retreat. Whether you're staying a week or a weekend and it's handily just under two and a half hours from London. As soon as you step into the cottage, the calm energy amd warm welcome will immediately relax, bringing instant relief from the stresses and strains of every day life.


The cosy sitting room is just delightful - the original exposed beams, eye-catching bay window and gorgeous stone floor complement the delicate touches of grey and botanical green, whilst the cosy sofa settled in front of the inglenook stone fireplace with wood burner is perfect for cuddling up on after a long day out exploring.


Just off the sitting room is the lovely bright kitchen with open plan dining area. The kitchen boasts all the appliances you'll need to rustle up feasts, whilst the large glass bi-folding doors open up to the sheltered garden brings in plenty of light. During warmer months, you can push them open and enjoy a summer breeze whilst you cook and eat - totally idyllic!


In the master bedroom, you will be greeted by a sumptuous king-sized bed and by a symphony of soft whites and pastels. This stylish room exudes elegance and sophistication from the delicate Egyptian cotton sheets to the pretty charcoal details and the traditional bare wooden floor boards.

The second bedroom is a petite and cosy version of the former but just as heavenly and charming. The plump bed can handily be made as a spacious king or as a set of twin beds for flexible sleeping.

Please be aware that as the cottage is 500 years old, it's full of charming quirks which also means there are some low ceilings upstairs.


Take a deep soak under the walk-in shower complete with rainfall shower and handheld head. The tall ebony radiator will keep your towels warm and fluffy.

Outside space

Fold the bi-fold doors back and step into the enclosed garden where you'll find a sunny spot with a table and chairs for alfresco meals, whilst further down there's a fantastic seating area complete with fire pit - perfect for watching the sun go down, wrapping up in blankets and roasting marshmallows. After that, a bubbling hot tub awaits - total bliss!


Number 36 is baby friendly and a travel cot (please bring your own bedding), highchair and two stairgates can be provided on request.


A dog is very welcome at Number 36. We charge £35 per dog per week or short break.


Number 36 has WiFi so if you need to stay in touch with the outside world you can. There's a desk tucked under the stairs in the living room in case you need to work on your break although we don't recommend it!


There is parking at the rear of the property.


Perfectly set on the main road into Broadway, Number 36 is an ideal base from which to explore the local area. Wander from the retreat into the pretty Cotswold village, just a short stroll away from boutique shops, charming streets and delectable eateries. Please note, due to this unique setting you may experience noise pollution from the main road into Broadway.

In the Area

Broadway is a pretty village deep in the Cotswolds - the largest of England's Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Filled with honeycomb-coloured stone cottages and beautiful period properties, walk down Broadway's wide highstreets lined with chestnut trees and discover the village's hidden secrets. Pop into the independent and antique shops, take home some of the local produce home from the deli or indulge yourself to a scrumptious meal at one of the many pubs and eateries.

Being in the Cotswolds, you have a wealth of beautiful walks and grounds to explore, as well as many famous landmarks to see. Visit Broadway's very own tower which is over a thousand feet above sea level, explore the beautiful Hidcote Manor at Chipping Camden and step into the historic White Hart Royal at Morton-in-Marsh. You can make the most of the countryside at leisure with the Steam Railway which offers a round trip of 28 miles ,or if you're into your vehicles there is also the famous Cotswold Motoring Museum and the Jet Age Museum to discover. With plenty of manor houses, lavish gardens, animal parks and much more, you can easily lose yourself in this stunning region of England.

Tucked away in the chocolate box pretty village of Broadway in the heart of the Cotswolds, this beautifully restored dog friendly cottage dates back 500 years and boasts a plethora of original features - a lovely, cosy escape, complete with a wood-fired hot tub!

At a glance

From £932 for a long weekend or mid week break.

Sleeps 4 + cot | 2 Bedrooms | Dogs welcome (1 only)

Key features

Al Fresco eating

Enclosed garden

Fabulous restaurants and bars nearby

Family friendly

Courtyard Garden

Ideal Honeymoon spot

Travel cot and highchair

Dog friendly

Hot Tub

Walking distance to a pub

Wood Burner

Perfect For Couples


Country Houses

3 Hours From London

Boutique country chic

Super King Bed

check in / check out days

Short breaks:

  • Mid Week Breaks (Mon to Fri) cost 75% of the weekly rate.
  • Long Weekends (Fri to Mon) cost 75% of the weekly rate.
  • Short breaks are not available at Christmas and New Year.


  • A 13 deposit & £38 booking fee secures your dates.
  • Payment of balance is due 8 weeks before your holiday starts.
  • There is a charge of £35 per pet per week or short break
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We know how gorgeous our retreats are, but don’t just take our word for it – here’s what previous guests say about Number 36:

Great little cottage next to a fabulous village

Fantastic stay at a wonderful cosy cottage. The hamper that was included was wonderful with the freshest eggs/bread. Great location.

We had a lovely weekend very comfortable when we arrived there was a box of goodies wine bread milk butter eggs coffee from a local shop what a lovely thought

A beautiful cottage that is beautifully decorated with careful thought given to the interior decoration and the amenities you need to make it a relaxing and luxurious break away.

This was our first stay with Boutique Retreats, initially booked for May 2020. The team has been so lovely in helping us find a new, suitable date. The house was well-appointed and impeccably clean, and we absolutely adored the village of Broadway. Looking forward to our next booking!

Lovely warm cosy cottage, easy space to relax in . Pretty garden with good parking.

Beautiful house in the perfect location, I would highly recommend!

A delightful cottage, well appointed, cosy and extremely comfortable. Lovely touches on arrival from essentials in the fridge to a delicious cake and loaf!

We had the most wonderful time staying at number 36 Broadway. The accommodation was beautifully decorated and spotlessly clean and in the perfect spot to both relax and explore. We’d highly recommend a stay.

Lovely cottage, great location and we enjoyed our stay very much.

Superb Host. Beautifully furnished cottage.

Very good. A easy flat walk into the village. Excellent garden space.

We stay in self catering cottages several times a year, No. 36 ranks very very highly. It is beautifully appointed, just a stone’s throw from Broadway High Street with it’s great variety of restaurants and shops. The cottage itself is cleverly designed to make the most of the space. The dining kitchen has bifold glass doors which open fully onto a spacious garden great for children or pets. The two bedrooms are spacious with plenty of storage and extremely comfy beds. The owner was very helpful in recommending restaurant and places to walk We had a fabulous time

It was absolutely perfect, and so lovely to be able to stay somewhere so good with our dog.

Perfect for a family with one or two young kids - secure stairgates, cot, highchair at the property; a secure back garden and walkable into the village for toddlers. Would definitely recommend!

'Great stay, had everything we needed and Louise was very accessible and kind.' - December 2020

'Beautifully decorated cottage. Excellent proximity to Broadway. Owners extremely helpful and accommodating' - October 2020

'Lovely stay and the owner couldn’t have been more welcoming. A easy flat walk into the village. Excellent garden space' - October 2020

'Lovely cottage in a great location - owner was very helpful and provided some much appreciated local knowledge to make our stay even more enjoyable' - September 2020

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