Savour. Relish. Devour.
Food and drink is at the epicentre of Boringdon Hall. An insanely delicious experience, dining at the exquisite manor house should not be underestimated. We specialise in intimate, classic, memorable dining, underpinned by discreet and attentive service. Take a look at our à la carte menu created by our new Head Chef, Scott Paton, or take a read of Scott's bio.
There are two places to dine at Boringdon. For fine-dining, the Gallery Restaurant is where our Head Chef, Scott Paton, showcases the finest dishes using locally sourced ingredients. The Great Hall, on the other hand, is where you can settle by the fire with a tempting afternoon tea, a cocktail or light lunch.
Dress Code: Smart
Last Orders: Food, 9:00pm; drinks 24hrs for residents.
Devour delicately handmade cakes, exquisite pastries, scones and other luscious sweet treats alongside elegant bite-sized finger sandwiches whilst sipping speciality Jing Tea.
Utterly hedonistic cocktails can be enjoyed in the Gallery Restaurant, in the Great Hall or the deliciously intimate Remy Bar. When dining with us, heavenly seasonal dishes are exquisitely complemented by our boutique wine list.
Worth getting out of bed for, our Devon Breakfast Menu features a selection of locally sourced ingredients served alongside piping hot cafetière coffee and fresh juices. Continental options are available.
Guests staying on a Gaia Spa break enjoy a nutritious spa breakfast in the exclusive Gaia Spatisserie. The Spatisserie also offers afternoon tea and dining for guests on spa packages.