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All reviews sculpture garden well worth a visit every corner car park stream running art gallery mobility issues walk up lovely setting small lake tapas north devon wooded valley couple of hours interesting sculptures spend an afternoon for sale
Stayed one night at art hotel for something different to do for husbands birthday.It was an offer including free entry to sculpture gardens.We found the staff and chef very friendly and helpful.The restaurant and bar area were very inviting and dinner and breakfast was fabulous.Thoroughly...More
We saw a garden similar to this in Ireland quite a few years ago so were interested to see what this was like. Knowing it was open wed to sat we went on a weds morning. The signs are confusing as in big red capital...More
We visited recently with my daughter and two grandsons (aged 5&7) and we all really enjoyed wandering about the grounds spotting and debating the various sculptures. I would say it was a couple of hours well spent interspersed by a very good tapas and cream...More
Our holiday let recommended this, and so glad we went. Dog friendly, you park at the bottom of the hill and walk up. Very good value, once you have paid in the hotel you walk round the woods to view the sculptures and then cross...More
So we are not art lovers by any means, but neither are we a couple who don’t appreciate art after going to many galleries before but this is just not what you expect.
The leaflet in the holiday guide locations looks sophisticated and it looks...More
This is a must. Sculptures are located in various parts of Broomhill Grounds and are amazing. Skill and creative ability of most of the Sculptures is appreciated by the fact you get so close to them. Variety is never ending and walking around the Garden...More
The Tapas dishes really don’t reflect real Spanish food at all. I’d suggest the chef visits Spain and samples the dishes for himself, to work alongside real Spanish chefs and learn how to cook and present real Tapas food. Not authentic, not adventurous, not impressed.
Yes there are some but mainly down by the pond. Very up hill and down dale if you want to explore every bit.....which is worth it. I would usually advise taking a folding stool or one of those shooting stick type of things... More
Yes there are some but mainly down by the pond. Very up hill and down dale if you want to explore every bit.....which is worth it. I would usually advise taking a folding stool or one of those shooting stick type of things. On the other hand I have breathing problems and have to stop for breath often but managed these gardens with very little problem.