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Such a gem of a place nestled like a secret world in the Devon countryside. Its incredibly intriguing to wander through the extensive sculpture park and see so many vast and varied - weird and wonderful testaments to creativity and artistry.
The staff and owners...More
Having moved to the area last year we finally managed to visit the gardens.
What a pleasant surprise - vast area with wonderful grounds full of sculptures, plants and beautiful surroundings. Incredibly tranquil and relaxing experience.
Topped off with a lovely tapas lunch.
Very quirky hotel. Great to walk through sculpture garden lot of interesting items also throughout the hotel. Easy parking. Hotel room is a bit tired, musty decor. Bed ok pillows hard. Took a while for water to come through in shower. Breakfast good, nice fresh...More
Almost found this by accident, and what a find!! Although the kitchen is closed on a Sunday evening (plenty of places in near Barnstable if you need) you'll get a great breakfast the next morning.
A comfortable bed, large clean rooms and a very usable...More
Broomhill is such a special place. Beautiful grounds with interesting sculptures. A gallery within the hotel with changing exhibits. The food is DELICIOUS ! The service brilliant. They now have a new restaurant area which is lovely and has an open kitchen.
Response from Jo-Broomhill | Property representative |
Sorry for the confusion - but we do allow dogs in most of the hotel rooms! There is a £5 surcharge per night. Hotel guests staying with their dogs are also offered private dining for breakfast and dinner should they wish... More
Sorry for the confusion - but we do allow dogs in most of the hotel rooms! There is a £5 surcharge per night. Hotel guests staying with their dogs are also offered private dining for breakfast and dinner should they wish to dine with their pooches.
For day visitors dogs are welcome in the gardens and you can also enjoy snacks, cream teas and tapas on the terrace if the weather is nice, and by arrangement we can find you a space indoors if the weather is bad.
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"Make time to have a good smooch around the beautiful sculptures"