Boringdon Hall Hotel & Spa is an award-winning 5* Elizabethan Manor House situated on the edge of Dartmoor and just ten minutes from the coastal city of Plymouth. Home to the award-winning Gaia Spa and the MICHELIN star and 4 rosette restaurant Àclèaf.
What makes a stay at Boringdon Hall Hotel and Spa unique?
Stay at 5-star Boringdon Hall and experience a past that stretches back as far as the Domesday Book. Boasting 42 individually designed bedrooms including Four-Poster Bedrooms and two suites, The Royal Suite and The Executive Suite. The MICHELIN star and 4 rosette restaurant Àclèaf is where Head Chef, Scott Paton showcases fine dining using only the finest locally sourced ingredients. Be tempted by visually stunning and highly executed dishes, this intimate dining den one of the most original places to eat in Devon. Gaia Spa is set within the grounds of Boringdon Hall. Inspired by the Greek goddess Gaia, the spa is a completely unique place of wellness in Devon, designed with the need for complete wellbeing in mind.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Boringdon Hall Hotel and Spa?
A 42-bedroom hotel famous for its magically imposing nature, detailed history and compelling character, it was named the ‘enchanted place on the hill' when it was originally built. With two restaurants overseen by award-winning Head Chef Scott Paton, a wellness spa including include an infinity pool, Hydrotherapy pool with outdoor swim through, heat experiences, including Finnish sauna, crystal salt steam room, aromatherapy steam room, laconium, herbal sauna and shower experiences, as well as a state of the art gym with Peloton Bikes, 12 dedicated treatment rooms, including two double rooms, deep relaxation room, beauty salon, spatisserie restaurant for nutritious dining, and outdoor areas for yoga and meditation.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Plymouth area?
Boringdon sits in an idyllic town meets country location, 10-15 minutes from the coastal city of Plymouth and just a few moments away from wild and beautiful Dartmoor.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Boringdon Hall specialises in intimate, classic, memorable dining, underpinned by discreet and attentive service. With various places to dine at Boringdon Hall, you can experience dining in Àclèaf, settle by the fire with a tempting afternoon tea, a cocktail, or light lunch in The Great Hall or casually dine in the intimate, more informal Mayflower Brasserie.