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Boringdon Hall Hotel

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Situated only five miles from Plymouth City Centre, this Grade I listed Elizabethan Manor House has been restored to its former glory and retains an air of tranquility and grace.

The hotel is set amidst 14 acres of grounds ideally situated to team building exercises, barbeques or refreshments with ample complimentary parking for delegates. Competitive field events; clay pigeon shooting and archery can also be arranged at an additional charge.

This unique venue will provide a backdrop of elegance for your event and the peaceful atmosphere away from routine distractions creates the perfect environment for concentration and creativity.

All of the 41 bedrooms are en-suite and well appointed, with adequate working areas and facilities that your delegates need for a comfortable stay away from home.

We will provide the services of our experienced conference team to assist with your planning and ensure all last minute requirements are met. When booking we realise that everyone has financial objectives to achieve and for this reason we will liaise closely with you to ensure all of your requirements are met..


Ratings/Awards: AA/RAC 3 Star
Number of Rooms: 41
Number Ensuite: 41

Price per Room:

Double: 130
Twin: 130
Single: From 90
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Awards: 1 AA Rosette

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