Year of development pays off for Boringdon Hall as it becomes Plymouth’s first five star hotel


Boringdon Hall has gained the status of Plymouth’s first five star hotel, after a year of new developments and improvements impressed the inspectors at the AA.

The 16th century manor hotel, which is privately owned, has gone through a period of investment, including opening a new spa and adding concierge and valet services in a bid to gain five star status.

The new Gaia Spa opened in September and recently the hotel also underwent a refurbishment, with all 40 bedrooms and suites being upgraded. The Gallery restaurant was also renovated and new head chef Scott Paton coming on board earlier this year.

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Laura Cameron, operations director, says: “I am thrilled for all of our team who have worked so hard towards this fantastic accolade.  Many people have spoken of the need for a five star hotel in Plymouth and Boringdon Hall is now here for those people to enjoy true luxury.  I would like to thank everyone involved at Boringdon for their professionalism and commitment.  We are fortunate to have some very passionate hospitality enthusiasts on our team and it has been a pleasure to work with them towards this goal. Boringdon is over 400 years old with a fascinating and rich history, but we are most excited about being part of the future in Britain’s Ocean City.”



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