Owners Jenni Morrison and Andy Stevens moved into the area in 2011 and are delighted that they chose to come to Broadway. After moving in to The Old Station House in September of that year a major refurbishment was undertaken prior to opening in time for the Cheltenham Festival week in March 2012.
Jenni comes from a strong customer service background having started as an air stewardess, progressing through training and management before moving on to senior management posts in travel related companies. "I decided to try bed and breakfast in a small way a few years ago and enjoyed it so much I wanted to try on a larger scale" says Jenni. "We travelled around staying in B&Bs looking for our ideal place and narrowed it down to the Cotswolds and then Broadway. We have been made very welcome by people from all walks of life here and have had lots of help and support from business people in the area. Now that we are up and running I'm really looking forward to playing a part in the life of Broadway."
Andy joined the Royal Air Force at eighteen and flew the Jaguar, mostly in Germany during the "Cold War". This was followed by a career in the airline business starting on the Boeing 737 and ending up flying longhaul on the B777. "When we started to look for a place I remembered that I'd liked the Cotswolds when I spent some time at RAF Kemble in the early seventies. I brought Jenni here and we both fell in love with the area. I've been hugely impressed by the quality of work and good humour of the great guys who have helped us to bring The Old Station House up to the standard we wanted. I'm especially excited about the rebuilding of the station and the return of steam to The Old Station House and hope we can contribute to the continued success of this great village"
Spike is our Siberian Husky and is very much part of the family. He doesn't bark and is not allowed into the B&B but if guests are "doggie people" he loves to meet them.