Boringdon Hall Hotel, Devon

Project: Boringdon Hall Hotel, Devon

The grounds at Boringdon Hall Hotel, the seductive manor house in Devon, have recently been redeveloped. The premises boast a stunning new landscape consisting of beautiful paving supplied by world class manufacturer, Tobermore. Established in 1942, Tobermore supply a broad ranging collection of block paving, paving flags, kerbing and walling products to the commercial and private markets throughout the UK and Ireland.

The history of Boringdon Hall is exceptional. The grand Devonshire manor became crown property following the dissolution of the monasteries by Henry VIII in 1539. Luxury and style come together at Boringdon Hall, with exquisite Elizabethan architecture, imposing stone towers, secret archways, two tantalising restaurants and lavish four-poster suites which hint at the hotel’s rich history. The hotel is based at an idyllic location on the edge of Dartmoor and is an attraction for those seeking an indulgent, tranquil getaway. The hotel is also hugely popular for weddings, corporate events and seasonal galas, as well as holding expert baking and cocktail making workshops and an annual Winter Wonderland complete with an ice rink and festive activities which run throughout December.

With a beautiful new landscape surrounding the hotel, Boringdon Hall, is set for another very busy autumn / winter season. Tobermore's Tegula block paving in subtle, classic Slate was the perfect landscaping accompaniment to the historical hotel building in Devon. With a naturally weathered stone appearance and displaying a timeless elegance, Tegula evokes vintage style and charm.