Frequently asked questions

Find answers to common questions about Broomhill Estate
  • When is the sculpture park open?
    • Wednesday – Sunday | 10am – Sunset
  • Do you have to pay to visit the sculpture exhibition?
    Yes – Entry is £5 per person. Visitors can pay at reception or book online and visit reception in the hotel to get a map and a wristband.
  • Do I need to pay to visit the exhibition if I have a table in the restaurant?
    If you wish to tour the sculpture exhibition, you can purchase tickets at reception or book your tickets here. 
  • Can I just come for drinks?
    Yes, our bar is open 11am – 11pm Wed – Sat. If you aren’t attending the exhibition please access the hotel via the road.
  • Are dogs allowed?
    In some of the hotel bedrooms, they are allowed on leads around the gardens and in the lounges but not the restaurant.
  • Is there parking?
    Yes, we have a 60 vehicle car park. Visitors of hotel and restaurant, or who have mobility issues can park at the hotel car park. Follow signs on arrival.
  • If I am staying in the hotel do I need to buy tickets for the sculpture exhibition?
    No – one of the hotel guest benefits is free access to the sculpture park throughout your stay.
  • Are children allowed to stay at the hotel?
    Broomhill Art Hotel is an adult hotel.
  • Are children allowed to dine in the restaurant?
    We do not provide a children’s menu. Considering guest feedback, we only accept children of dining age in the restaurant, however, if there are unavoidable circumstances, please reach out to us to discuss. We are a very small restaurant and therefore do not have the capacity to accommodate non-dining guests.
  • Are dogs allowed to stay at the hotel?
    Yes. Room 8 has been specially designated as a dog-friendly accommodation. We welcome our guests and their furry companions to experience a comfortable stay with us.
  • I have dietary requirements – can you accommodate me?
    When making a booking, please inform us if you are vegetarian or have any dietary requirements as we need to know in advance so that we can prepare an appropriate menu. With a minimum of 24 hours notice, we can adapt to most dietary requirements.
  • Is the estate accessible for people with limited mobility?
    • The sculpture park lies in a woodland valley and only certain sections of the gardens (the lower meadows) are accessible, therefore we allow guests in wheelchairs to visit free of charge.
    • The ground floor of the hotel is accessible and includes the restaurant, bars, lounges and event spaces. Please call ahead so that we can be prepared.
    • The hotel bedrooms are on the 1st floor and not accessible to those in wheelchairs as the only access is via a staircase.
  • How do I access the estate by public transport?
    Bus route 301 click here to check times. 
  • How easy is it to manoeuvre a buggy around the exhibition?
    Much like with wheelchair access, only the lower levels are flat and stable land – we are in the heart of an ancient forest with wild woodland, which includes meandering paths, steps and slopes.
  • What’s on at Broomhill Estate, do you host events?
    Yes, we host a plethora of events, workshops and activities. Click here to see what’s on?
  • Who made all the art at Broomhill Estate?
    The collection features works from a range of established and emerging artists from around the world.
  • Is the art for sale?
    Yes – almost everything is for sale.