It was my husbands 60th birthday and our 10th wedding anniversary. We were on holiday in Westward Ho! and I had found this hotel on the internet before we went so I booked lunch and afternoon tea. We had a great time, the food was excellent and the staff were very welcoming. We got there early and had a walk round the outdoor sculptures, free admission if you are eating there. A great location, so quiet and relaxing. After lunch we went to see more sculptures and the indoor art exhibition. We were the only ones for tea, but it had such a great selection and not boring sandwiches but lovely canape style savouries and lots of delicious cakes. A lovely day and we would thoroughly recommend it and the 3 course lunch is such a great price.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- 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 Broomhill 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. ... more less
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