About Boringdon Hall Hotel
Stay in the historical Boringdon Hall and experience a past that stretches back as far as the Doomsday Book.
The name ‘Boringdon’ comes from the Saxon ‘Burth-Y-Don’ meaning ‘enchanted place on the hill’.
The grand Devonshire manor became crown property following the dissolution of the monasteries by Henry VIII in 1539.
The monarch later granted the property to his courtier Thomas Wriothesley, the Earl of Southampton, who was a royal favourite. Since then, Boringdon Hall has, of course, had a rather extravagant makeover, giving this stately pile a serious air of perfection, with devotedly designed interiors, 40 sumptuous rooms and suites, a well-stocked bar and two tantalising restaurants – the fine dining Gallery Restaurant, and the Great Hall where lighter bites and afternoon tea is served.
40 sumptuous rooms and suites, a variety of private events spaces, two restaurants, fire-lit lounges, enchanting nooks, manicured grounds and complimentary WiFi throughout. On arrival, guests are greeted by the Boringdon Concierge who will assist with your luggage and take it to your room. We also offer a complimentary Valet Service to all our guests.
Book your stay
By booking directly with Boringdon you’ll always receive the best room price along with a complimentary glass of Champagne per person. Simply use the BOOKDIRECT code when booking and remember to let us know if you are celebrating a special occasion.