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Broadway store


Welcome to Broadway

As OKA Broadway was once a beautiful three-storey Georgian farmhouse, it enables us to display our range of furniture and accessories in inspirational room sets, making it feel as though you are visiting a friend's very well-appointed family home. People often ask if they can move in! Broadway features a substantial selection of OKA pieces, from lamps, cushions, rattan, tableware and other home accessories, to sofas, chairs, dining tables, cabinets, side tables and much larger furniture. From living room to bedroom, you will find all you could need to furnish your home. We hope to see you in Broadway very soon.
Jack Hubbert Broadway Manager
Jack Hubbert, Store Manager & the Broadway Team

Useful Information

As our Broadway store was a former house, there are a number of steps leading up to the entrance and also stairs inside the building.

Customer collections are convenient and easy with free parking on-site.

The nearest train station is Honeybourne, which is approximately a 15 minute drive away.

About the Area

Often referred to as the ‘Jewel of the Cotswolds’, the quintessentially English village of Broadway is steeped in history: the world-renowned luxury hotel, The Lygon Arms, has welcomed travellers since the 16th century and the magnificent Broadway Tower - a favourite scenic spot for walkers and visitors - dates back to the 18th century. Broadway is a lively village with a range of independent stores, designer boutiques, restaurants and hotels, making it perfect for a weekend break. It’s also a hub for the arts, hosting an Arts Festival every two years which showcases paintings, music, literature and drama in many of the beautiful local buildings.

"Lovely, friendly staff at Broadway, very helpful."

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