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I came here to be honest not fussed about art but having walked around the gardens surprised myself with how thought provoking art can be.
There is some that I don't like (personal preference) and some that intrigued me that I didnt think would.
....wow, even if you don't fully understand "modern art" this place is a must. A walk sound the grounds are an experience!! The room (6) was lovely with garden views. The food was great - breakfast included the local trout farm produce - and the...More
Young lady at check in email welcome we felt so welcomed , explained time for breakfast , booked us in for dinner always makes it for me the welcome I receive ,food well all I can say is Greg Wallace eat your heart out this...More
We had a lovely night at the hotel. Such an unique place, great sculptures in the grounds and throughout the hotel. Lovely friendly staff & nice room. The food in the restaurant was absolutely fantastic. One of the best hotel experiences I've had
I visited Broomhill not having been for a few years. There is a great ambience here. It is for those who have an interest in Art and want something more than just a bite to eat or a really good meal. The food is a...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"