The Lygon Arms is temporarily closed in line with standard procedures. They are working on the assumption of 12 weeks at present, but will of course assess this as time moves on and keep you updated.
It is with deep sadness that the hotel is temporarily closed… Keep checking the website for regular up-dates but hopefully it won’t be too long before the hotel can re-open. In the meantime you can email at [email protected] The Lygon Arms is tentatively accepting bookings for dates after the 1st of July 2020. For more information please see the latest statement regarding COVID-19.
What makes a stay at The Lygon Arms Hotel unique?
The Lygon Arms is steeped in history, influenced by the many characters who have stayed here, from Oliver Cromwell to Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. The hotel boasts a range of dining experiences leaving its guests spoilt for choice, from Eggs Benedict brunches, Italian dishes and wine late at night in the Wine Bar, to delicious celebrations in the Lygon Bar & Grill. Unwind in the new tranquil spa that is peacefully tucked away and slow one's life down whilst relaxing amidst the surrounding countryside.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at The Lygon Arms Hotel?
The Lygon Arms recently underwent a refreshing renovation and now houses a Vintage-cool and super smart feel which has only enhanced its inherent Cotswold charm. From traditional to quirky, there are rooms for all tastes, with Cosy Rooms to Master Suites in both the old house and new wing, guest will find hints of the past (wooden beams, panelled doors, stone-framed windows). Fine fabrics, original art and glossy white tiled bathrooms decorate each room with some Deluxe Rooms leading on to their own landscaped terraces and Junior Suites featuring a double bedroom with a double sofa bed, ideal for family stays.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Broadway area?
Lygon Arms is the perfect haven within the enchanting Cotswolds, it is located in the very heart of the Cotswolds and is an ideal spot from which to explore the surrounding countryside. A picnic in the fresh air, where kids can be let loose to enjoy The Cotswolds with no fear of offending anyone. Nearby there are a number of family-friendly attractions such as Adam Henson's Farm Park, Cotswolds Wild Life Park, Snowshill Manor, or stay local and swim in the newly refurbished pool or play croquet in the gardens. There is a whole host of things to do in the Cotswolds, guests will find a mixture of adult & children's activities.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
The Lygon Bar & Grill features an impressive vaulted ceiling, creating a relaxed and informal setting to enjoy seasonal British dishes that are paired perfectly with artisan wines. There family-friendly seven Lygon Lounges ideal for unwinding after a country walk, enjoy a delicious selection of country bread sourdough sandwiches, gourmet burgers and brunches. What could be more quintessentially English than afternoon tea in the Cotswolds? Freshly baked cakes and soft sandwiches are served against a backdrop of over 600 years of history. The Lygon Wine Bar is a relaxed eatery on Broadway High Street, serving delicious Italian dishes perfectly paired with Italian and European wines. All the while, the Cocktail Bar mixes and shakes up alternative fruity concoctions.
Enjoy healthier pastimes nestled in the idyllic Cotswold countryside lies the Lygon Spa, a haven of peace away from the hustle and bustle. Why not take a dip in the indoor pool covered by a retractable roof, perfect for summer days, or relax and enjoy a range of treatments designed to let one unwind and rejuvenate. Or why not detox in the sauna or steam room or work up a sweat in the gym before delighting in a salad from the Spa Kitchen and bar. All of which is encased by three acres of divine Cotswold greenery and beautiful gardens for guests to explore.