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We booked this hotel as a last minute to spend a quiet weekend away from home (and without kids). Hotel offers beautiful surroundings with sculptures and paintings all throughout.
Hotel has a guest room with the library and the fireplace. Food was delicious - prepared...More
A great place to stopover for a night or two. Most relaxing and superb food using local ingredients. Bedrooms are more than satisfactory and pretty well equipped. Thye would benefit from more rigorous between guest checks for instance basin plug not present!
We're glad we went because it's another one to tick off the list. But, what on earth! We felt some of the artists were a bit laa laa. We really didn't understand a lot of the sculptures, particularly the ones in the competion area. Didn't...More
Another wonderful evening meal at Broomhill. Not only is the food well cooked, tasty and well presented, it is a wonderful combination of flavours and textures.
This is mainly slow cooked mediterainian (?) dishes and each course is a delight.
Only visited the sculptures in the gardens. Did look inside the main hotel and the food looked lovely. Sculptures in the garden were quirky but well worth looking at. We bought a family ticket at £10. It was something different and passed an hour! Glad...More
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"