Location of Windrush House
Windrush House is situated in Broadway, Worcestershire.
Broadway lies centrally between Oxford and Worcester, about 90 miles northwest of London and 40 miles south of Birmingham, England. The village is easily reachable by road or the local train stations in Evesham, Honeybourne or Moreton In Marsh. Windrush House has ample free parking for your visit.
This page contains all the directions you need to find us
How do you get to us?
By road from London/South East: take the M40 motorway westwards then turn off for Oxford (Junction 8). Take the A44 around Oxford and then the A44 to Evesham. You will pass through Woodstock, Chipping Norton and Moreton-in-Marsh. You approach Broadway down Fish Hill, which offers magnificent views as you descend it. At the bottom of the hill, turn left at the roundabout into the village. Continue until the next roundabout where you turn right onto the High Street. Continue along the High Street past the shops and village green and once around the bend you will find us on the right.
By road from the North: If arriving via the A46, at Evesham take the A44 heading to Oxford. Follow the Broadway village signs and you will enter the village along Evesham Road which becomes Station Road. You will find Windrush House on the left almost opposite the B4632 turning to Winchcombe.
By road from the North or the South West: If using the M5 exit at Junction 9 take the A46 towards Evesham. At the roundabout take the B4077 (the 2nd exit) heading towards Stow-on-the-Wold. At Toddington turn left at the roundabout onto the B4632 to Broadway. At the T junction when you enter the village turn left then immediately right into our drive.
By train: Although Broadway itself does not have a rail station you can get trains to either Evesham or Moreton-in-Marsh which are 7.5 and 9.5 miles away respectively. To get to Windrush House from either station you can get a taxi at the station or we can let you have a number of a local taxi to pick you up. There is a limited bus service from either station.