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The Lygon Arms was established as an inn in 1532
by the Whyte family, in the quiet village of Broadway.
During the time of the infamous King Henry VIII
it was known as the White Hart Inn.
In the last few years it has undertaken extensive
restorations, without forsaking the tradition
and antiquity that has made it the famous hotel
it is today. Boasting a luxurious spa - voted
one of the top ten in the country, having a restored
thatched roof cottage in its grounds as a private
annexe, state-of-the-art conference facilities,
salubrious accommodation and sumptuous cuisine,
The Lygon Arms is a favourite for country breaks,
relaxing weekends and corporate gatherings alike.