Gaia Spa at Boringdon Hall

At a glance

  • Restaurant

    Recommended Restaurant

    The Gallery Restaurant has been awarded five stars by the AA and also has two rosettes.

  • Hotel spa

    Hotel Spa Venue

    There are a range of spa facilities and treatments available, however this is not a specialised spa.

  • Architecture

    History

    Steeped in centuries of history, walking into the place will make you feel like you’ve lived the thousand lives of British ancestors who have visited and lived here.

  • Scenery

    Scenic

    Combining the natural beauty of the South Devonian landscape with the man-made beauty of the architecture, everything about Boringdon Hall is scenic.

  • Romantic

    Romantic

    The lavish decor and history alone provides a romantic atmosphere, why not round it off with a wander around the secret archways of the building?

Location

Gaia Spa at Boringdon Hall

Gaia Spa, Boringdon Hall, Colebrook, Plymouth
PL7 4DP

Spa & Leisure

Priding itself on a unique spa experience, the Gaia Spa at Boringdon Hall is designed to realign and rebalance guests as they seek refuge in the modern spa and its wide range of facilities. These include an infinity pool, hydrotherapy pool, Finnish sauna, crystal salt steam room, laconium, herbal sauna, traditional steam room, rejuvenating shower experiences, fitness suite, beauty suite, meditation space, and relaxation room.

There are 10 single treatment rooms, and two double, for you to lie back and enjoy a treatment in total relaxation and feel confident in the highly trained hands of the therapists. The product houses used are ESPA, and Gaia’s own natural product range, and the treatments include therapies that are intended to nourish mind, body, and spirit.

Hotel & Accommodation

South Devon countryside is awe-inspiring as it is, and the landscape is only added to by Boringdon Hall. Elizabethan architecture dominates, complete with secret archways, stone towers, and character that hints at the rich history of the building – including some Royal connections dating back to 956. It’s an A Grade I listed country manor, complete with rooms, suites, and courtyard rooms that are a short walk from the manor house.

Dining at Boringdon Hall is easily described as an ‘experience’ more than just a meal. There are two restaurants; the five star fine dining Gallery Restaurant, head chef showcases British fare with locally sourced ingredients; and The Great Hall, where you are welcomed to cosy up by the fire with a cup of tea and light lunch.