A sanctuary for the arts
Open daily 10am - 5pm
Lose yourself in an ancient woodland forest where art & nature coexist, evolving in symbiosis.
The sculpture exhibition has been active for over 25 years and currently showcases more than 150 pieces throughout the gardens.
As a gallery, we seek and support the contemporary artist: celebrating both the traditional and modern crafts, engineering and thinking.
Immerse yourself in this sanctuary for the arts.
Putting the art into artisan
Serving an evolving menu of locally-sourced ingredients featuring seasonal produce, inspired by nature.
Broomhill Dining is currently open Wednesday – Sunday. Our restaurant will not be serving food on Mondays and Tuesdays.
The restaurant also regularly hosts special dining events and, pop ups and experiences which can be seen on our event page.
Indulge yourself at Broomhill Dining.
BE | Inspired
The arts programme at Broomhill Estate is founded on three core principals:
1. To actively support and fund a community of distinctive and diligent artists.
2. To contribute to the conservation and rejuvenation of the natural environment.
3. To provide a space for people to be inspired and to develop skills.
With the commerce of art and leisure, the project can continue to deliver activities to sustain the three core principals.
Royal Society of Sculptors | Exhibition extended until December
We are thrilled to announce a partnership with the Royal Society of Sculptors with an inaugural exhibition at the estate. Featuring some of the UK’s leading sculptors.
This sculpture exhibition is set within 5 acres of woodland and water gardens.Each artwork has a bespoke planting scheme which embodies the ethos of our gardens ‘Function in Form’ as well as complimenting the artwork’s aesthetic and philosophies.
Learn about the artists and planting with documentation and audio tours provided at reception.
Unwind, switch off and recoup
Each of the seven boutique bedrooms has its own unique personality and ambiance inspired by arthouse and cult films including:
The rooms are set in a 1913 property, which is south facing with gloriously high ceilings. The property was refurbished in July 2021 and also now features a treatment room for ultimate relaxation.
The hotel also boasts a 50 seater restaurant and a number of immersive bars and lounges inspired by the arts. The cinema room features authentic Hollywood props from films such as: Highlander, Alien v Predator, Jumanji, Fight Club and more.
Make Broomhill Estate a chapter in your love story
Get married at Broomhill Estate
Broomhill Estate is a licensed wedding venue and you can book out the entire 103 acre estate for your special day including the sculpture park, 7 bed art hotel, annex properties, restaurant and lounges.
Start your love story at this sanctuary for fine art.
National Sculpture Prize
Out-thinking the future
The National Sculpture Prize has established itself as a cornerstone of the fine arts ecosystem, supporting and elevating emerging outdoor artists by providing a funded platform for creativity.
10 artists are shortlisted from a nationwide open call, each receiving £2,500 to help create their proposals.
The 2021 winners were announced on 1st November 2021. The overall winner has secured £15,000 and the “People’s Choice Award” winner secures £5,000.
When Hollywood came to Devon
From the silver screen to the South-West
As a sanctuary for fine arts Broomhill Estate houses sculpture, fine art, music, theatre and also showcases cinema as one of the arts to be celebrated. The film room features authentic cinema props from Hollywood films…can you guess what we have?
Make yourself at home
Broomhill Estate boasts a number of spaces available for for hire including for weddings, private parties, funerals, hen parties, private dining, lectures, seminars, conferences, away days, workshops and any other type of occasion. Available spaces include:
- 7 boutique bedrooms
- 50 seater restaurant
- Private dining rooms
- Event spaces
- Conference facilities
- 4 unique and characterful lounges
- A fully stocked bar full of local liquor
- 103 acres of ancient woodland and fields