Boringdon Hall Hotel

5 star luxury hotel and spa in South Devon

Member since April 2018

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This luxurious manor house hotel in South Devon boasts a 5 star status and is home to the 3 AA Gallery Restaurant and Gaia Spa. Famous for its magically imposing nature and detailed history - both of which add to the magnificent character of the hall - the hotel is situated on the edge of the idyllic Dartmoor National Park.   Boringdon Hall is renowned as one of the finest spa hotels in the South West, and we can see why. 

  • 5 star property
  • Gaia spa
  • A choice of two restaurants including the 3 AA Rosette Gallery Restaurant
  • 2018 Condé Nast Johansen Best Destination Spa in the UK & Ireland
  • Original Elizabethan architecture
  • Locally sourced produce

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  • A welcome drink each in the bar on arrival (house wine, local beer etc - value £6.50pp)
  • Dinner for two each evening in the Mayflower Brasserie (allowance £30pp)
  • Full use of the spa facilities throughout your stay
  • Full breakfast for two daily
  • Stay 2 nights+ and receive a £30 spa voucher per room
  • Stay 3 nights+ and receive a £60 spa voucher per room

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Facilities at Boringdon Hall Hotel

Named 'the enchanted place on the hill', Boringdon Hall is a five star hotel famous for its magically imposing nature and detailed history - both of which add to the magnificent character of the hall.

The Devonshire manor became crown property following the dissolution of the monasteries by Henry VIII in 1539. The monarch later granted the property to his courtier Thomas Wriothesley, the Earl of Southampton, who was a royal favourite. Since then, Boringdon Hall has since had a rather extravagant makeover, giving this stately pile a serious air of perfection, with devotedly designed interiors, 40 sumptuous rooms and suites, a well-stocked bar and two tantalising restaurants – the 3 AA Rosette fine dining Gallery Restaurant, and the Great Hall where lighter bites and afternoon tea is served. 

Whether it's exploring the exquisite wine list in The Gallery Restaurant, sipping on a heavenly cocktail in the Secret Bar or refreshing with a Boringdon Gin & Tonic in the Great Hall, our well-considered menus are an experience for all the senses. 

Gaia Spa is a purpose-built wellness spa set within the grounds of Boringdon, a completely unique space for relaxation and reconnecting with nature, designed with the need for complete wellbeing in mind.

Boringdon Hall Hotel
Boringdon Hall Hotel
  • 40 Bedrooms
  • Health Spa
  • Indoor Pool
  • Four Poster Bed
  • Golf Course Nearby
  • Internet Connection in Rooms
  • Dogs by Prior Arrangement
  • 3 AA Rosette Dining

Good to know

  • Hotel check-in time: 3:00 PM
  • Hotel check-out time: 11:00 AM

Parking Facilities

Complimentary on site parking is available

Disabled Access

Please be aware access to the Gallery Restaurant is via a staircase.

The hotel does not have a lift.

History of the hotel

The history of Boringdon Hall stems from the Domesday Book, where one of the earliest mentions of a permanent construction was recorded, The name "Boringdon" comes from the Saxon "Burth-Y-Don," meaning "enchanted place on the hill."

Child Policy

Boringdon Hall is accepts children but family rooms are limited. Please check availability with our team.

Children are charged at £20 per child per night on a room only basis.

Breakfast for children is £8 per child per day.

Please note that use of the Spa including the swimming pool is for guests aged 18 and over. 

Dogs Policy

After a long walk in the countryside, both you and your dog can curl up in front of the fire in the Great Hall and relax.

Dogs are welcome in some Courtyard Rooms and a charge of £20 a night is applicable.  Please contact the team on 0333 2125 594 to check availability

The grounds

Boringdon Hall is surrounded by landscaped grounds and acres of parkland

The Rooms at Boringdon Hall Hotel

Stable room

Stable Rooms are situated in Boringdon Hall's newest wing. Designed to combine comfort and practicality, Stable Rooms are perfect for a relaxing spa retreat or cosy couple's getaway.

Stable room, Boringdon Hall Hotel

Boringdon Hall Hotel - Stable room

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Contemporary Courtyard room

Attentively styled, the Courtyard Rooms are situated in Boringdon Hall's newest wing. Designed to combine space, comfort and practicality, Courtyard Rooms are perfectly refined and pared back for a relaxing stay.

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Contemporary Courtyard room, Boringdon Hall Hotel

Boringdon Hall Hotel - Contemporary Courtyard room

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Four Poster room

These beautiful rooms have been meticulously restored to offer some insight into Boringdon Hall's history - exquisite antique furniture, magnificent stone fireplaces and rich furnishings set the scene for an unforgettable stay.

Four Poster room, Boringdon Hall Hotel

Boringdon Hall Hotel - Four Poster room

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The Executive suite

With a spacious bedroom, separate lounge and a private terrace with heated Jacuzzi, the Executive Suite is a match made in heaven for those seeking a mix of style, privacy and tranquility.

The Executive room, Boringdon Hall Hotel

Boringdon Hall Hotel - The Executive room

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The Royal suite

The Royal Suite is quite possibly the only place in the UK where one can sit beneath the stars sipping champagne in a heated outdoor Jacuzzi, positioned within the original turret of an Elizabethan manor house.

The Royal room, Boringdon Hall Hotel

Boringdon Hall Hotel - The Royal room

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Gallery Restaurant

Awarded 3 AA Rosettes, food and drink is at the epicentre of Boringdon. An insanely delicious experience, dining at the exquisite Gallery Restaurant should not be underestimated. Specialising in intimate, classic, memorable dining, underpinned by discreet and attentive service.

Overlooking The Great Hall, the intimate and deliciously romantic Gallery Restaurant exudes warmth. The traditional beams, intricately carved furniture and cosy nooks are the perfect backdrop for the exquisitely presented fine dining delights that await.

Please be aware access to the Gallery Restaurant is via a staircase and is closed on Monday and Tuesday.


Opening Times

Breakfast
7 - 10am Monday - Friday and 7.30 - 10.30am Saturday - Sunday

Lunch
12.30 - 3pm Saturday - Sunday

Afternoon Tea 

1pm - 4pm Monday - Sunday

Dinner 

The Mayflower Brasserie – 6.30pm – 9.30pm
The Gallery Restaurant – Wednesday – Sunday 6.30pm – 9.30pm

Bar Menu 

12 - 9pm Monday - Sunday


Gallery Restaurant restaurant, Boringdon Hall Hotel

Mayflower Brasserie

This all-day dining space offers fresh, seasonal cuisine in relaxed, contemporary surroundings - the brasserie has a modern feel yet maintains the feeling of history, charm and elegance of the manor house. The oak flooring, beautiful fabrics and contemporary seating creates a warm, welcoming ambience with a stylish blend of the old and new.

The Mayflower Brasserie at Boringdon is the perfect backdrop for a casual lunch date, sophisticated social gathering or intimate celebration with friends and family.


Opening Times

Breakfast
7 - 10am Monday - Friday and 7.30 - 10.30am Saturday - Sunday

Lunch
12.30 - 3pm Saturday - Sunday

Afternoon Tea 

1pm - 4pm Monday - Sunday

Dinner 

The Mayflower Brasserie – 6.30pm – 9.30pm
The Gallery Restaurant – Wednesday – Sunday 6.30pm – 9.30pm

Bar Menu 

12 - 9pm Monday - Sunday


Wembury Restaurant restaurant, Boringdon Hall Hotel

Wembury Restaurant restaurant, Boringdon Hall Hotel

The Great Hall

At the heart of Boringdon Hall, the Great Hall is a grand yet welcoming space where afternoon teas, aperitifs and light lunches can be enjoyed in front of a roaring log fire. In the summer, the Great Hall comes beautifully alive as light streams in through the magnificent leadwork windows.

The Hall is adorned with tapestries, ornate carvings and oak panelling, which give it a distinctive and unforgettable ambience. The focal point, however, is of course the great mantle above the fireplace which depicts the coat of arms of King James I. Bearing the date 1640, it is exquisitely ornamented with the figures Peace and Plenty. 

Afternoon Tea served 12 - 4pm Monday - Sunday

Bar Menu served 12 - 9pm Monday - Sunday


Opening Times

Breakfast
7 - 10am Monday - Friday and 7.30 - 10.30am Saturday - Sunday

Lunch
12.30 - 3pm Saturday - Sunday

Afternoon Tea 

1pm - 4pm Monday - Sunday

Dinner 

The Mayflower Brasserie – 6.30pm – 9.30pm
The Gallery Restaurant – Wednesday – Sunday 6.30pm – 9.30pm

Bar Menu 

12 - 9pm Monday - Sunday


Gaia Spa

Gaia Spa spa, Boringdon Hall Hotel

Boringdon Hall Hotel - Gaia Spa spa

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Gaia Spa is a luxury spa set within the grounds of Boringdon Hall, on the edge of Dartmoor. Drawing inspiration from Gaia – also known as Mother Nature – the spa's interior and exterior encompass natural materials including wood, stone and glass for natural light in order to bring the outdoors in. Please note that guests must be 18 years or over to use the spa facilities including the swimming pool.

Swimming Experiences

The calming indoor swimming pool heated to 30°C, offers guests a peaceful and relaxing swimming experience whilst the hydrotherapy pool features an outdoor swim through with countryside views. 

Experience Showers

Showers varying in intensity, temperature and sensory effects to start your journey before the other heat experiences Gaia has to offer.

Treatment rooms

Offering 12 dedicated treatment rooms (including two double rooms), designed and purpose built to the highest specifications, they create a sublime space to enjoy a truly effective treatment or ritual.

Deep Relaxation Room

Exclusively for people having treatments this calming space overlooks the wild flower meadow. A heavenly place to reconnect with ones natural self through meditation or simply by resting and relaxing. We also have a private relaxation room, an inner sanctum of peace and serenity that can be booked for your own exclusive use.

Gym

Fully air conditioned using the latest equipment, Gaia Spa users will benefit from a wide selection of cardio vascular and resistance equipment, plus the option of highly personalised workout schedules using free weights and pulleys. 

Heat Experiences

Gaia is elemental and our heat experiences bring together the elements of earth, fire, water and air, designed by relaxation experts to provide the beneficiary with a variety of options to enjoy.

Facilities include
Finnish sauna
Crystal Salt steam room
Shower experience
Laconium herbal sauna
Traditional steam room

Crystal Salt Steam Room

The steam room differs from the sauna with a softer heat of 48°C - 50° C and virtually 100% humidity. Infused with salt and essential oils, inhaling the salty air (known as halotherapy) has health benefits particularly for the respiratory system and skin. The room features a quartz centre piece which helps increase energy (chi) whilst bringing more balance and harmony to your life. 

Aromatherapy Steam Room

The benefits of steam rooms or showers have been known for thousands of years. The 40° - 45° C heat opens the pores to aid detoxification. The heat and humidity may bring health benefits ranging from aiding stress relief, to body cleansing, to soothing aching muscles or arthritis with the added benefit of essential oils to influence your mood. 

Laconium

The Romans invented the Laconium as a room to start the spa journey and is heated at 30°C - 35°C (this will not necessarily induce perspiration), raising the body temperature this tricks your body into thinking you are starting to get a fever, this in turn helps improve your immune system. The room temperature is achieved by heating the walls and benches allowing you to get great deep warmth penetration through your body when you relax on the benches with your feet on the foot stools. The experience is further enhanced with the injection of relaxing aromas along with the latest light colour changing system.

Herbal Sauna

Heated between 65°C - 70°C, blended with natural herbal and plant oils such as Eucalyptus and Lemongrass which can be inhaled or absorbed by the skin giving medical benefits as well as making you feel revived. 

Finnish Sauna

Enjoy the soothing experience of the traditional Finnish sauna at a room temperature of 80° - 95°C. The Finnish sauna has a  number of healthy effects on the body, it helps raise defenses against infection, has a strengthening effect on the immune system, it also has a positive effect on those who are suffering from varicose veins and subsequent cold showers activate the circulation. The sauna heat causes an enhanced blood circulation which may alleviate skin diseases. Relaxation of the muscles assists the recovery of problems related to the muscles and ligaments. The heat also has a positive and soothing effect on the respiratory tracts.

Tepidarium Style Loungers

There are two heated beds poolside which are curved ceramic loungers to relax on whilst a gentle heat permeates up through your body.


Boringdon Hall Hotel Location

Map & Directions

Address

Boringdon Hill
Colebrook
Plymouth
PL7 4DP

Complimentary on site parking is available


How to get here

By car:

Boringdon Hall Hotel is located close to the A38. From London and the South, the best routes are either the M5 South or the A303 - they are both much the same in terms of traveling time. Both roads automatically join the A38. Once on the A38, travel for thirty-four miles and take the exit onto B3416, signposted Plympton, Newnham. Boringdon Hall is just three miles from this exit.

 

By train:

The nearest station is Plymouth Train Station, just over 3 hours from London Paddington. The latest train times are available on the National Rail website. Plymouth Train Station is 6 miles from Boringdon Hall, which will take approximately 20 minutes by taxi. There is a taxi rank at the train station.


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Location & Local Attractions

Dartmoor National Park

Encompassing nearly 400sq miles of rugged, breathtaking moorland, Dartmoor never feels crowded. Purple, heather clad moorland, wide open landscapes, rushing rivers and obscure stone tors shape the landscape. Pack your walking boots to explore rolling valleys, bogs and wetland, waterfalls, eerie forests and lonely ruins by foot. Cycling, fishing, horse-riding and white water kayaking are also available.

Location: 4.4 miles from Boringdon Hall and 15 minutes by car.

Passionate about walking? Join one of the many walks led by Moorland Guides.

 

Boringdon Park Golf Club

With 18 holes of stunning golf, sculpted to embrace the natural contours of the land, golfers love the challenge this course poses. Boringdon Park Golf Club has been constructed to a high standard, and the greens have been built to USGA specification.

Location: Located in Plympton, 1 mile from Boringdon Hall and 5 minutes by car.

Passionate about golf? Boringdon Hall is also close to a bounty of other courses including St Mellion.

 

Shopping

Tavistock to the north of Plympton is a charming town with a good range of boutiques and high street shops as well as a pannier market. The South Hams is also particularly gifted with its pretty villages and wide estuaries – Dartmouth and Salcombe being the most famous. Kingsbridge, to the south of Boringdon Hall, has a lovely cobbled fore street, lots of independent boutiques and a friendly, relaxed vibe. Drake Circus boasts over 70 top named UK brands in retail and food, perfect for a day out with friends or family.

Location: Various, all within 60 minutes' drive from Boringdon Hall.

Passionate about shopping? Head down to Plymouth Barbican for gorgeous shops and local seafood.

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Boringdon Hall Hotel Reviews

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PT, Berkshire, stayed: April 2019

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Lovely Spring Spa Break at a stunning location

Rosemary H, Devon, stayed: March 2019

Beautiful hotel with such history ! The location is very convenient for visiting Plymouth and Dartmoor.
Spa was gorgeous (facial by Gemma was one of the best l have ever had anywhere) - will definitely come back for a Spa Day with girlfriends. Husband reported mens changing area was very small and cramped though.
Food at Gaia Spatisserie was excellent and imaginative, however would have liked to see a lot more
vegetables served in the Mayflower Restaurant and the service was very slow.
All staff were very helpful and professional and some great little touches made the stay special.

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John S, Avon, stayed: February 2019

Had an excellent stay at this hotel to celebrate my wife's birthday. Everything to a very high standard. The spa was especially good and my wife had a pedicure treatment which she thought was very good, the spa was well run, lots of different saunas and steam rooms, two pools and all very clean. The restaurant on the evening and the breakfast was again excellent. No complaints at all.

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DA, Devon, stayed: January 2019

A very relaxing stay in lovely surroundings

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A totally luxurious hotel

AM, Somerset, stayed: January 2019

Right from booking our trip and throughout our stay nothing was too much trouble. The staff were knowledgeable and helpful at all points. The facilities were second to none and the spa is amazing. My husband and I enjoyed our stay and came away from our trip feeling relaxed and refreshed.

The food was spectacular: the flavour combinations were perfect and the portion sizes were not excessive.

We would not hesitate to recommend this hotel.

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Extremely disappointing

Anon, stayed: November 2018

Our room key never worked we had to return to reception every time we wanted to go to our room.
20 per night for a dog the least I would have expected would be a few dog treats.
Service in the Mayflower and at breakfast appalling. The staff constantly have their back to you, so you have to actually get up from the table to attract them. The venison had run out so had the wine we wanted.
At breakfast they take forever to take your order for hot food again you have to go and look for staff.
The courtyard rooms and corridors linking to main building are in serious need of updating.
Spa had too many groups of hen party type ladies, chatting animatedly in the relaxing areas.

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Restful and rejuvenating break

WT, Hampshire, stayed: October 2018

Everything we could have wished for and needed to make it a wonderful and relaxing four night break. Delightful Elizabethan Manor House with lots of nooks and crannies to quietly read the paper or a book after a hearty breakfast. The spa was one of the best we have visited. I really enjoyed my before breakfast swims and my ultra pampering spa treatments. All the staff, without exception, were excellent, helpful and friendly without being intrusive. Lastly, but certainly not least, the food was amazing in both restaurants. We looked forward to our evening meal throughout the day! We left feeling rested and rejuvenated and we will certainly be returning. We have already recommended Boringdon Hall to several friends.

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