The Lygon Arms

At a glance

  • Activities


    ​There is croquet in the grounds of the hotel.

  • Child friendly

    Family Friendly

    Children are welcome at the hotel and to use the pool and facilities.

  • Scenery

    Scenic Location

    The Cotswold vistas are attractions in their own right – worth exploring further on foot or cycling.

  • Local attractions

    Local Attractions

    Blenheim Palace, Hidcote Manor Garden and Sudeley Castle feature amongst nearby attractions.

  • Romantic

    Romantic Weekend

    Thanks to the history of the hotel and the surrounding beauty of the area, The Lygon Arms makes for a romantic weekend away.

  • Leisure break

    Leisure Break Venue

    The hotel has a range of leisure facilities and treatments but is not a specialised spa.


The Lygon Arms

The Lygon Arms Broadway, Worcestershire,
WR12 7DU

15miles SW of Stratford-upon-Avon, 39miles NW of Oxford

Spa & Leisure

Surrounded by three acres of grounds, the hotel’s spa and leisure facilities are incorporated into the historic building and its setting thanks to floodlit tennis courts and a croquet lawn for finer weather, as well as a gym, pool, spa bath, sauna and steam room and the rather unique feature of a roof which can be opened on sunny days. Complementing the ultimately escapist vibe that the area invokes, their spa also offers a number of treatments and therapies using Decléor and Jessica products.

Please Note: The spa will be closed from mid May - 7 August 2017 due to refurbishment.

Hotel & Accommodation

The warm, Cotswold stone and chocolate-box perfect architecture of The Lygon Arms is the first thing that strikes you upon arriving at the hotel which dates back to 1532. The interiors meanwhile have been sympathetically restored, keeping original features such as flagstone floors, wood panelling and stone mullions alongside contemporary additions across public areas and 77 bedrooms thanks to designer Stephen Oberwegner.

The restaurant in the Great Hall retains the ultimate welcome of a historic resting place in the form of locally produced food and a menu that has been awarded two AA Rosettes. There is also a more casual dining experience in the form of Barrington’s Brasserie and a cosy bar area.