A Restaurant with Rooms
Russell’s opened in 2004, following a painstaking restoration, which transformed this historic building into an elegant and contemporary ‘restaurant with rooms’.

A modern, airy restaurant with terrace and private dining room are located on the ground floor, with seven individually designed bedrooms within the same building.

Gordon Russell
Russell’s is housed in, and takes its name from the old workshop (pictured left) of the influential 20th Century British furniture designer, Sir Gordon Russell. Russell, who moved to Broadway with his father in 1904, spearheaded the government’s utility furniture scheme during World War II, opening a workshop in the current Russell’s building in 1923. Greatly influenced by the Arts & Crafts movement, he employed 200 highly skilled craftsmen in his firm over the next 60 years.

Visit the Gordon Russell Museum for more information about the life and work of Gordon Russell

How to find us
20 High Street Broadway
WR12 7DT
tel: 01386 853555

To see Russell’s on Google Maps please click here
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By air:
Birmingham Airport – 35 miles.

By rail:
Moreton-in-Marsh – 9 miles.

By road from the south-east:
Leave the M40 at Junction 8 and follow the A40 towards Oxford. Then follow the A44 leaving Oxford in the direction of Evesham. At Moreton-in-Marsh, continue on the A44 to Broadway.

By road from the north:
Leave the M42 at Junction 3 signposted Evesham/Birmingham/Redditch. Take the A435 Alcester road exit and follow the signs for Evesham. After about 10 miles pick up the A46 continuing towards Evesham. At Evesham take the A44 towards Oxford. After about 4 miles follow the signs to Broadway village centre.
By road from the south-west:

Leave the M5 at Junction 9 and take the A46 east towards Evesham. Follow for about 11 miles then take a right onto the A44, signposted for Oxford. Follow for about 4 miles and follow the directions to the centre of Broadway.

Russell’s is situated on the high street of the Cotswold village of Broadway.  Lined with immaculate lawns, horse chestnut trees, honey-stoned cottages, antique shops and boutiques, the village is steeped in history and charm.

Surrounded by magnificent countryside, Broadway is the gateway to the picturesque villages that are dotted around it including Burford, Chipping Campden, Chipping Norton, Moreton-in-Marsh, The Slaughters, Snowshill, Stow-on-the-Wold and Woodstock. Larger nearby towns for shopping and attractions include Regency Cheltenham, Cirencester, Oxford and Stratford-upon-Avon.

The village is a great base for a variety of shops of all types. A full guide can be found on The Beautiful Broadway website

Some of the most notable shopping can be found at Sue Parkinson, Cotswold Trading and Landmark. For a great selection of art we suggest you visit one of the three John Noott Galleries in the village or Trinity Fine Art.

OKA have recently opened a flagship home store in the village and is situated in one of the premier buildings on the High Street. For other homewares visit Broadway Cookshops.

Whilst you are in Broadway, pamper yourself or your partner at Lasting Impressions Beauty, Muse Hairdressers or Broadway Florist. If you want to shop further afield we recommend Daylesford Organic, Lapstone or The Cotswold Farm Store, all within a short drive of Broadway.

Broadway is the perfect base for walking with The Cotswold Way running through the heart of the village. We can direct you on circular routes or more long distance routes and arrange a picnic to take with you (arranged in advance).

Be sure to visit some of the most beautiful towns and villages which make the area so famous. You should certainly visit Chipping Campden, Burford, Bibury, Moreton in Marsh, Stow-on-the-Wold and Woodstock together with the prettiest villages of Stanton, Snowshill and The Slaughters. Nestling on the edge of The Cotswolds and well worth a visit are Stratford upon Avon and Cheltenham.

There are many fine properties to visit locally. Some of the most notable are Blenheim Palace, the seat of The Dukes of Marlborough. The  Palace and Gardens are open from spring until the end of October and the park is open throughout the year.

The National Trust Property, Snowshill Manor is situated in the next village and contains a fascinating and eccentric collection of artefacts from around the world.

Sudeley Castle was once the home of Queen Katherine Parr and is now the home of the Ashcome and Dent-Brocklehurst family. It is situated in the town of Winchcombe.

Broadway Tower is a local landmark, is a great walk from the centre of the village and benefits from stunning views as far as The Black Mountains.

Warwick Castle is a little further away but is one of the most visited tourist attractions in the country.