Boringdon Hall Hotel

A Historic Hotel in Plymouth, Devon

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Colebrook Plympton

Boringdon Hall Hotel, Plymouth

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Situated on the edge of the idyllic Dartmoor National Park and just five minutes from the vibrant marine town of Plymouth Boringdon Hall Hotel provides a peaceful and tranquil refuge from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. The earliest mention of Boringdon Hall can be found in the 1086 Domesday Book and from that day forward Boringdon has chronicled a rich and fascinating history.

Retaining its traditional charm and historic character to this day Boringdon successfully combines the atmosphere of a bygone era with the comforts of modern day living. Offering the very best of English hospitality Boringdon Hall Hotel has a total of 41 ensuite bedrooms - ranging from majestic four-poster bedrooms with burnished oak panelling and exquisite antique furniture in the oldest part of the Hotel to comfortable standard rooms in the recently converted wings.

There is also an Executive Suite for those looking to combine modern accommodation with the charm of a historic building.

Each bedroom has its own unique ambience whether you are on a honeymoon short break or away on business we can help you find your perfect room. All rooms are ensuite and come fitted with flat screen LCD TVs and tea and coffee making facilities.

GALLERY RESTAURANT: Head Chef Ian Mustill and his team of chefs offer a variety of traditional English dishes to please every palette.

Attentive yet discreet service reminiscent of a bygone era allows guests to sit back and relax in the intimate candle lit surroundings of the Gallery Restaurant whilst enjoying the sumptuous delights on offer.

BORINGDON BAR: Enjoy the classic nature of this room with opulent leather sofas oak panelled bar and magnificent arched doorway. Perfect for a pre-dinner gin or a post-dinner cognac.

Stocked with a splendid array of whiskies and spirits alongside fine wines cocktails and local ales you'll find it hard to leave once you settle down here.

GREAT HALL: Characterised by the imposing coat of arms of James 1 and featuring a splendidly grand fireplace the great hall is a wonderful place to chill-out with a book enjoy a traditional afternoon tea or just sit-back and imagine the days of old. The Hall is adorned with tapestries suits of armour and oak panelling to give it a distinctive and unforgettable ambience depicting a wonderfully elegant era.

The Great Hall is the perfect place to relax after a hard day spent exploring the nearby Dartmoor National Park vibrant city of Plymouth or wonderful beaches of Devon. There's a wide range of activities and attractions nearby to suit many tastes whether it's walking cycling traditional pubs shopping galleries or a wealth or myths and legends that you are after - and that's to name just a few. With a host of efficient transport links both for access into and around Devon too visiting the local offerings has never been easier.

For the actively inclined Devon offers year round activities on Dartmoor to suit all ages and abilities. Whether you want to take a walk or cycle on the wild moors a gentle stroll through secluded woods or experience the thrill of climbing horse-riding or even canoeing Boringdon Hall can help you arrange it. Boringdon Hall is also within close reach of a number of quality Golf Courses.

The 18-hole links golf course at Boringdon Park is just a few minutes away.

DIRECTIONS: From Exeter via a38 - If travelling on the a38 Devon Expressway from Exeter ignore the first sign to Plympton and continue to next exit Marsh Mills. From Marsh Mills roundabout take the lane marked for Plympton.

Continue along Plymouth Road through 4 sets of traffic lights. At the fifth set of traffic lights a Texaco Petrol Service station will be on your left hand side. Turn left into Larkham Lane.

Continue along Larkham Lane. At the end turn right and immediately left into Crossways. Follow Crossways until the end of the road and turn left into Boringdon Hill.

The Hotel is situated up the hill about 300 yards on the left hand side.

3 star rating

From: £145.00

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  • Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout
  • 24 Hour Reception
  • Cots available
  • Wedding Licence
  • Car parking available onsite
  • Wi-Fi Available
  • Meeting Facilities
  • Restaurant
  • TV
  • Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room
  • Hairdryer in each room
  • Telephone In Each Room
  • Limited Hours Room Service
  • Limited room service for hot food
  • Wake Up Call Available
  • Ground floor bedrooms
  • In-room Broadband
  • Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
  • Private dining services
  • Bar
  • [Channels] News
  • [Channels] Music
  • [Channels] Childrens

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