Broadstone has bags of sumptuous period detail; infinity lawns; character, poise and promise of English elegance. Where England becomes Wales, in the rolling hills of Herefordshire, Broadstone Court is a place where people become man and wife. You don’t have to get married to stay here, but you might feel like young lovers again. Young lovers who’ve brought all their friends and family to share in their story.
This is a place to meet on the terrace around the firepits. To fire pizza in the clay oven. To wander the rose garden, woods and orchard. To pull a book from the shelf and unwind within its pages. To leave only to revel in local arts and music festivals. Or to chill in chatty groups in the many lounges and catch up on your box sets.
Within the grounds of Broadstone’s 22-acre estate lies 5 acres of south facing luscious lawns, a David Austin rose garden, walled kitchen garden, orchard and woods. Nothing stirs here apart from the odd snuffling hedgehog or the occasional rustle of a woodpecker alighting from the trees.
Enjoy a little croquet on the lawns, or play your own test match. Explore the woods, kitchen garden and grapevines. Organise a treasure hunt for the kids or a picnic by the fish pond. In the evening, throw a cardie on, light the terrace firepits and get some pizza going in the clay oven.