Located a brief drive from Dartmoor, Boringdon Hall Hotel and Spa provides contemporary accommodation in Plympton. It also features a Jacuzzi, an indoor pool and a sauna.
Those staying at the hotel can benefit from the relaxation amenities, which include a beauty centre. Welcoming and helpful team members are available 24 hours a day.
All the rooms at Boringdon Hall Hotel and Spa feature a refrigerator and a mini bar.
Guests staying at the hotel can sit down to a unique dining experience at the on-site restaurant, ideally based for those who want to stay close by when looking for a bite to eat. Packed lunches are available for those heading off to explore the surrounding area.
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|Check in anytime after 3:00 PM, check out anytime before 11:00 AM|
|Cancellation/prepayment policies vary by room type and provider.|
Yes, guests staying at Boringdon Hall Hotel And Spa can enjoy a free breakfast.
Yes, Boringdon Hall Hotel And Spa has a restaurant on-site.
Check-in time is 3:00 PM and check-out time is 11:00 AM at Boringdon Hall Hotel And Spa.
Yes, Boringdon Hall Hotel And Spa offers free parking.
Yes, Boringdon Hall Hotel And Spa offers free Wi-Fi.
Boringdon Hall Hotel And Spa is located 7 km from the centre of Plymouth. Cann Quarry Canal is the closest landmark to Boringdon Hall Hotel And Spa.
Yes, Boringdon Hall Hotel And Spa has a pool on-site.
Boringdon Hall Hotel And Spa is 4.3 km from Plymouth. Boringdon Hall Hotel And Spa is 58.4 km from Exeter.
No, Boringdon Hall Hotel And Spa does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Awarded the Hotel Spa of the Year for Western Europe & Scandinavia, there is no better place to relax and rejuvenate. Gaining global attention and a renowned reputation, the hotel prides itself on hospitality and first-class service. You’ll feel like a star from the minute you enter the front door, with luxurious amenities and personalized concierge.
Embrace the glorious rustic history of the hotel and stay in a Four Poster Room. The signature feature is undoubtedly the old-fashioned vertical column bed, built with wood and boasting intricate carved details. A freestanding soaking bath sits alongside a stone fireplace, providing an elegant space to unwind. Perfect for a romantic getaway or solo trip, the rooms are available for roughly £155 (approximately $196).
No stay at the hotel is complete without feasting at Gallery Restaurant, a fine dining eatery that has received 3 AA Rosettes and widespread acclaim. Steered by head chef Scott Paton, who was crowned Best Chef by Food Magazine Awards, the restaurant offers either a 5 or 7 course menu. Accompanied by an extensive wine list, the sleek setting is the ideal spot to enjoy a memorable evening. Only open from 6:30 pm until 9:30 pm from Wednesday through Sunday, reservations are necessary.
Sprawl out in luxury at the Great Hall, an impressive bar that features oak details and a warm atmosphere. Natural light filters through the impressive building, with a breathtaking mantelpiece that dates back to 1640. Afternoon tea is served between 1:00 pm and 4:00 pm, providing the perfect opportunity to socialize and meet other travelers.
Located a roughly 50m drive from Exeter Airport, renting a car is a popular option for those arriving by plane. Major international rental agencies including Europcar, Budget, Thrifty, Hertz and Avis have counters located at the airport. An economy sedan like the Volkswagen Polo can be rented for roughly £34 (approximately $43) per day.
Regularly hosting interactive events such as murder mystery nights and cooking demonstrations, there is always something on to keep your entertained. The hotel also runs cocktail making courses, where you can join in the fun and learn the craft of mixing signature beverages.
Upon your arrival you and your faithful companion will be greeted by blankets, a sleeping bag, treats and waste bags in your room. Pet-friendly rooms can be booked that lead directly out to a courtyard, while common areas of the hotel such as the Great Hall are also welcoming to animals. With expanses of countryside surrounding the hotel, there is no shortage of bushlands and trails for walks and exploring. A fee of roughly £20 (approximately $25) is applied per pet, per night. (Prices checked 29/05/19).