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This hotel is in a lovely setting but for the price it's not up to scratch. We had booked for two nights but only stayed for one and went elsewhere.
For a start the hotel is up a very steep hill and only has a...More
Cannot praise highly enough... beautiful room, amazing gardens full of sculpture and works of art. Fabulous choice of very high standard food. I’m vegetarian and for once I was spoiled for choice :)
Just a wonderful wonderful place to stay x
What a stay! Lovely large room, with a homely atmosphere. It didn't feel like staying in a hotel more of a spacious friends house! Enchanting gardens full of unusual, colourful, art and sculptures. On our arrival we were asked if we wanted to book a...More
In the wilderness of good B&Bs in North Devon this hotel was a revelation. Set in a sculpture garden open to the public, the arts and craft theme continued inside, both in the public areas and the very stylish bedrooms. Dinner exceeded our expectations, with...More
The hotel itself is in a beautiful wooded setting, we went for a birthday lunch. The food is lovely, with lots of choice. However it would be worth going for just for the sculpture trails, so much to enjoy. This is how sculptures should be...More
Broomhill is a late Victorian hotel with six light and airy bedrooms.The Hotel lies in one of the most glorious valleys in North Devon surrounded by hundreds of acres of woodland and bound by its own stream. The ...MoreBroomhill Sculpture Park displays one of the largest permanent collections of contemporary art and sculpture in the South West.The Broomhill restaurant ‘Terra Madre’ has won the North Devon Food Awards five times due to its high standards and commitment in using the best of local produce. Terra Madre’s Mediterranean, Slow Food inspired dishes are created using fresh, organic, fair trade produce from neighbouring farms and the coast. Less
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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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"room3 - beautiful with a superb view.
Room 5 at the back of the hotel with my famly and it was great..."