The Great Hall
At the heart of Boringdon Hall, the Great Hall is a grand yet welcoming space where afternoon teas, aperitifs and light lunches can be enjoyed in front of a roaring log fire. In the summer, the Great Hall comes beautifully alive as light streams in through the magnificent leadwork windows.
The Hall is adorned with tapestries, ornate carvings and oak panelling, which give it a distinctive and unforgettable ambience. The focal point, however, is of course the great mantle above the fire place which depicts the coat of arms of King James I. Bearing the date 1640, it is exquisitely ornamented with the figures Peace and Plenty. Overlooking the Great Hall you will find the Gallery Restaurant where you can feast on insanely delicious fine dining fares.
The Great Hall is at your disposal throughout your stay; it is the perfect space in which to settle with your favourite read, or to meet friends for a dreamy afternoon tea.
The Great Hall: Lunch, Afternoon Tea and Informal Dining Menu