Boringdon Hall Hotel, Plymouth, Dartmoor National Park

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Boringdon Hall Hotel, Plymouth, Dartmoor National Park

Why stay in this location and hotel?

This is a special place.

Located between the southern border of Dartmoor National Park and the South Devon coast, Boringdon Hall Hotel provides easy access to a wealth of different experiences.

Yomp high moorland or walk along the stunning South Devon coast. Ride a bike through remarkable National Trust valley woodland or spend time in the museums and shops of a fascinating city. Cross the county border in to Cornwall. Take a boat across Plymouth Sound or up the River Tamar in to an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. There are National Trust properties, famous prehistoric sites, a National aquarium and even a zoo. Boringdon Hall is great for a weekend break but given the wealth of different experiences on offer here, we'd recommend booking in for a longer holiday.

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To help you choose Boringdon Hall Hotel for its location, we've listed some of the local attractions below. Cherry pick for a short break. Try to visit all if you're on holiday in Dartmoor.


The Dewerstone

North of Boringdon Hall Hotel, on the edge of Dartmoor National Park, is The Dewerstone. Its crags rise at the mouth of a steep-sided valley cut by the River Plym. Amazing place.


Drake's Trail

One way to get to The Dewerstone is via Drake's Trail. This is a long distance cycle trail that connects Plymouth to the Dartmoor gateway town Tavistock. You can hire bikes in the local area. Try Plymouth Bike Hire.


Dartmoor Zoo

Dartmoor Zoo is located to the east of Boringdon Hall Hotel. It's a great day out, especially if you have kids.


Saltram House

The National Trust's Saltram (National Trust) is a short drive south west of Boringdon Hall Hotel.

Nearby, visit Buckland Abbey (National Trust). Buckland Abbey, once home of Sir Francis Drake, is a little further away.


Walking moors and tors

Given its location, Boringdon Hall Hotel offers great access to Dartmoor's high south plateau and the magnificent Burrator Reservoir.


Drizzle Combe Stone Rows

Between reservoir and high moor is English Heritage's prehistoric Drizzle Combe complex. It's one of the National Park's best prehistoric attractions. Explore Drizzle Combe Stone Rows


National Marine Aquarium

The National Marine Aquarium is situated on Plymouth's waterfront. There's a cinema sized tank that's mesmerising.



Plymouth Barbican. Next to the aquarium is Plymouth Barbican. The Pilgrim Fathers and Charles Darwin sailed from here. It's a remarkable place. Pop into the visitor centre. There are lots of shops, restaurants and pubs to enjoy. Also visit Plymouth Gin.


South Devon beaches

Boringdon Hall Hotel is close to the South Devon coast. Try Wembury Beach. Further away, visit Bigbury-on-Sea Beach.


South West Coast Path

Make sure you walk a stretch of the South West Coast Path. The Wembury area, again, is superb. Head east from Wembury Beach to the Yealm Estuary and Noss Mayo/Newton Ferrers.


They say: 'Situated on the edge of the idyllic Dartmoor National Park and just five minutes from Plymouth, the 4-star Boringdon Hall Hotel features fantastic historic interiors and elegant rooms.' View availability and read more.

Address Colebrook, Plympton
Telephone -
Area More information on Plymouth
Sleeps Unknown
Bedrooms 41
Pricing £48 - £260 Per Person Per Night
Pets No
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