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Steeped in medieval origins and set within a Grade I-listed manor house, Boringdon Hall Hotel offers an atmospheric place to stay, as well as a new state-of-the-art spa. Much of the present structure of the historic building dates from the 17th century, though there are 16th-century decorative details and some rebuilding done in the late 20th century. Original features include carved stone doorways and fireplaces. Situated on the edge of the idyllic Dartmoor National Park and just five minutes from Plymouth.

The Gallery Restaurant
This upscale restaurant offers a 3 AA Rosette fine dining experience and overlooks the beamed Great Hall with its intricate carved furniture and little crannies. Head Chef Scott Paton showcases only the finest dishes using locally sourced ingredients

The Great Hall
Settle by the fire with a tempting afternoon tea, a cocktail, or light lunch in the cozy surroundings of the Great Hall

Mayflower Brasserie
The Brasserie at Boringdon Hall boasts all-day dining and features fresh, seasonal cuisine in relaxed, contemporary surroundings. A mix of oak flooring, unique fabrics, and contemporary seating blends aspects of both the old and new and create a warm, welcoming ambiance.

On The Map: Plymouth is located on the southern coast of the Southwest Peninsula of England.
 
Plymouth is known as Britain’s Ocean City, and is one of Europe’s most vibrant waterfront cities. The town boasts a beautiful waterfront and harbour, and a rich, varied history. Evidence of Bronze Age activity has been found in Plymouth, followed by a Roman Settlement. Plymouth eventually became an important port and merchant trading town. In 1620, it was from Plymouth that the Pilgrim Fathers travelled across the Atlantic to the New World. They founded the Plymouth Colony, only the second English settlement, in what was to become the United States of America. Plymouth Hoe (The Hoe) is a large public open space, where Sir Francis Drake reputedly played his last game of bowls before engaging with the Spanish Armada in 1588. The Hoe is also home to the iconic red & white Smeaton’s Tower Lighthouse, Tinside Lido and Royal Citadel. Royal William Yard, constructed between 1825 and 1831 is considered to be one of the most important groups of historic military buildings in Britain. If you like to shop, you’ll be happy in Plymouth! Take your time wandering around the extensive range of independent and specialist retailers in the Independent Quarter, pick up unique pieces of art from the Barbican’s Historic Quarter, or enjoy shopping in Plymouth’s landmark shopping centre, Drake Circus.

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