Do any supermarkets deliver to Broomhill Manor Cottages?
Yes. Most of the major Supermarkets deliver including Waitrose (Holsworthy branch), Tesco, Sainsbury and Asda.
If you are arranging a delivery for the day you arrive, please try and book a slot from 4pm and then you can be here when the delivery arrives. Please let us know you have a delivery arranged – if you are delayed, we will show the driver to your cottage for you.
Here’s a full list of local supermarkets
Can you provide baby and toddler equipment?
Can we provide baby and toddler equipment??!! During the “toddler season”, we need an extra person to make sure all the correct toddler items are installed in each cottage! Items available include travel cots, high chairs, toddler cutlery/ plates/ bowls, stair gates (for cottages with stairs), bed bars, booster seats, potties, changing mats, sterilisers, baby baths, bath seats, bath mats, night lights, black out blinds, baby monitors, bouncy chairs and toilet seat inserts. If you have a particular item you need, please ask – there is every chance we have one!
All baby/toddler equipment is provided free of charge.
Please note: we do not provide cot bedding
Can we bring our dog?
There are six dog-friendly cottages which can each accommodate a maximum of two dogs, free of charge. If you are bringing your dog to a dog-friendly cottage, please let us know in advance – we provide a dog bed, dog towel, dog bowl and a doggy treat if we are notified in advance!
Please note, dogs are not allowed in dog-free cottages.
Are there any extras we have to pay for?
Broomhill Manor is a Premier Cottages Member, which not only provides peace of mind that you are booking a quality holiday cottage, but the Premier Promise also ensures that there will be no extra charges – no booking fees, surcharges, or cleaning costs and many items that are often charged as extras, are included as standard such as fuel, fire wood, BBQ gas, towels, toilet rolls, dishwasher tablets, detergent, wash up liquid, tin foil, clingfilm, bin bags.
See here for full list of What’s Included
Which cottages have hot tubs?
There are the five cottages with hot tubs at Broomhill Manor – Cormorant, Kingfisher, Nightingale, Woodlark and Sandpiper, sleeping between 4 and 6 people. Each hot tub is exclusive to your cottage and set in a private garden which also has a gas fired BBQ and seating area.
Do you provide towels?
Yes, we provide bath and hand towels for each person in the cottage. Please bring your own swimming/ beach towels. There is also a laundry on site for washing/ drying towels free of charge, during your stay.
What’s the best way to get to Broomhill Manor?
The easiest way to arrive is by car – please use code EX23 9AX for SAT NAVs or Google Maps. This will bring you in via the A39 to our main entrance.
PLEASE NOTE: our postal code will take you to Poughill and try to direct you up a gated track which is unsuitable for vehicles – to be avoided!
Please find driving directions here
There is a national rail service to Exeter where you can pick up a bus service or hire a car. The nearest airport is Newquay for internal flights, or Exeter for international arrivals.
Here is further information on alternative ways of getting to Broomhill Manor.
Is your swimming pool heated?
Yes, both the swimming pools are heated; the indoor pool is open all year round and is heated to 31°C. The outdoor pool is open from May half term to mid-September and is heated to 28°C.
Do you have WIFI?
Yes, WIFI access to our BT Superfast broadband service is available in each cottage and throughout the site, free of charge.
Are there things for teenagers to do at Broomhill Manor?
Most definitely! We have teenage twins ourselves and they have plenty to do at Broomhill Manor and in the local area – especially if your kids are active. See here for things to do at Broomhill Manor for older kids, sporting activities suitable for older kids, and read our blog on local water-based activities, for ideas on things to do. There is also additional information on the Visit Bude website about local events.
Are there things for toddlers to do at Broomhill Manor?
Yes, Broomhill Manor caters well for pre-school children – favourite things include pony rides, the heated pools, under 6 playroom, sandpit and play areas.
Take advantage of the tranquillity and natural beauty of the gardens and the local beaches to give your little ones a holiday to remember! Here are some of the things that our twins enjoyed doing at Broomhill Manor before school got in the way!
Are your facilities available for anyone to use?
No – with the exception of the horse riding, which is available to visitors, all the facilities, including the swimming pools, spa treatments and bar, are exclusively available to Broomhill Manor Guests.
When does the outdoor pool open?
The heated outdoor pool opens for May half term and is available throughout the summer until mid-September.
Do we need to book horse riding in advance?
Horse Riding can be booked during your stay, although if you are a particularly keen rider, you may want to book in advance to make sure you are able to enjoy as much riding as possible!
You can contact Jo Cook the Stables Manager via email, message via the Broomhill Manor Stables Facebook page or phone her on +44 (0)7886 434740
How do we arrange the In-Cottage dining service?
You can order Nicky’s fabulous home-cooked meals in advance by contacting Broomhill Manor or you can email Nicky directly. You can also order during your stay (minimum 24 hours’ notice required), although for large orders, we would recommend ordering in advance. All meals are prepared to order using fresh local ingredients and served to your cottage in oven-proof dishes with cooking instructions. It couldn’t be easier to enjoy delicious home-cooked food in the comfort of your cottage, with minimal effort!
We send you Nicky’s latest menu 6 weeks before your holiday – many items are such favourites that they tend to stay on the menu irrespective of the season. Here is a sample menu which also has a selection of puddings and vegetarian options.
Can you provide a baby sitter?
Yes, we can provide a baby sitter during the day or in the evening. Ideally a couple of days’ notice is required or you can arrange in advance of your holiday by calling us or emailing your requirements.
Do we need to pre-book spa treatments?
You can pre-book by emailing us before you arrive, or you can arrange while you are here by contacting our beautician Hazel directly on 07789 517316. (Please note, Beauty Treatments are available exclusively to Broomhill Manor guests)
Hazel’s beauty treatment menu can be found here
We are celebrating a special occasion while we are staying with you. Can you arrange a cake?
Yes, we can. Please contact us with your requirements.
The Local Area
Can you walk to the beach from Broomhill Manor?
Yes you can and you will be spoilt for choice with all the sandy beaches here – a beach for every day of the week! Both Summerleaze and Crooklets beaches are within a 25-minute walk from Broomhill – as is Bude town itself. If you prefer to drive, it will normally take you 5 minutes to drive to the beach/town and there are large carparks at both beaches. It is likely to take longer to drive to the beach on sunny summer days, whereas, walking is not subject to summer delays!
Are there places to eat out near Broomhill Manor?
Yes! Since moving to Bude 12 years ago, we have seen the variety and quality of restaurants grow each year. There are now many excellent places to eat out – whether looking for something special, such as an elegant meal at The Beach; something simple, such as Fish & Chips to eat on the beach, or something in between.
Most places are family friendly – some are dog-friendly too. There are many takeaways and some local restaurants will deliver – and don’t forget your gas BBQ or Nicky’s home-cooked meals which are prepared to order and delivered to your cottage ready for the oven! Many dining options available to you!
Is there a pub nearby? Can we walk there?
There are two good local pubs within walking distance – both serving good food and both child and dog-friendly.
The closest is the Preston Gate which you can walk to within 15 minutes, down the bridal path to Poughill. The pub is fairly small with a limited selection of food, but they offer a very friendly atmosphere, sometimes with live music and the menu incudes many pub favourites such as fish & chips, ham & eggs, and a weekly steak night.
The Tree Inn is slightly further away (20 minutes’ walk). It is an interesting pub, full of character and with a history that goes back to the English Civil War. The gastro menu changes regularly based on seasonally available ingredients and their Sunday lunch is an institution in these parts! You can also dine or enjoy a drink in their lovely courtyard – perfect on a sunny day!
Both have live music most weeks and regular special events.
Are there any local tourist attractions?
How far are you from the Eden Project?
The Eden project is 40 miles from Broomhill Manor. It will generally take just over an hour to get there (subject to summer traffic!) It is a good day out, although very busy in the summer, especially on days when the weather looks a little mixed!