All of Boringdon Hall’s beautifully decorated rooms feature flat-screen LCD TVs, private bathrooms with luxury toiletries, and tea/coffee facilities. Rooms feature bright, modern decor, and some boast classic furnishings with carved wooden beds, antique furniture, and historic features.
The Gallery Restaurant at Boringdon provides a variety of traditional English cuisine in intimate, candlelit surroundings. Guests can relax at the Boringdon Bar, with its leather sofas, oak-panelled bar, and arched doorway. Recently awarded three AA Rosettes and is officially Plymouth's highest rated restaurant.
Traditional Afternoon Tea and Special Afternoon Tea can be enjoyed in comfortable sofas within the magnificent Great Hall, decorated with the coat of arms of James I, a grand stone fireplace, and suits of armour. These include an indulgent tier of sweet delicacies, scones and sandwhiches served with a range of speciality teas and coffees.
The hotel can help guests in arranging activities, including climbing, horse-riding, or scenic walks within Dartmoor National Park. The 18-hole golf course at Boringdon Park is also just a few minutes away.
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The Elizabethan House is a historic property laid out in the style of a merchant or sea captain’s home from the 1600s. The house is currently closed due to essential conservation work.
The Mayflower Museum explores the story of the voyage of the Pilgrims and their journey aboard the Mayflower.
The Mayflower is thought to have made a final unexpected stop at Newlyn Bay, Cornwall to take a supply of fresh water on board.
The oldest working gin distillery in England. The Pilgrims are thought to have dined here on the eve of the Mayflower departure.
Monument / Memorial
A monument to commemorate and mark the departure of the Mayflower ship from Plymouth in 1620.
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