The 5-star Lympstone Manor Hotel in South Devon is a Georgian-era manor house turned exclusive contemporary hotel that has realistic ambitions to become one of South West England’s very finest. It describes itself as a ”new generation’ country house hotel and oozes style and class; the superb interior design blending old and new with great panache.
The setting is tremendous too with gardens running all the way down to the Exe estuary and the Jurassic Coast, and to top it all it has a restaurant that achieved its first Michelin star within six months of opening.
They have a range of individually styled, soundproofed rooms and suites all with hand-crafted beds, temperature-regulating duvets, plush fabrics, and stylish furniture. Many come with balconies with estuary views and some of the suites have an outdoor hot tub on the private terrace.
The bathrooms are particularly fantastic at Lympstone with enormous rainfall showers, romantic roll-top baths, and luxury L’Occitane toiletries.
The hotel in general has an immaculate sense of style and there is much to learn here about interior design and attention to detail. Classic and contemporary art go hand in hand, warm, soothing colours abound and every room looks extremely welcoming.
Note: Lympstone Manor does not allow children or pets.
Check out all the details – prices, reviews, and more photos – on the booking page here.
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Lympstone Manor is particularly famous for its restaurant achieving a Michelin Star within six months of opening, an extraordinary achievement that tells you it is very much in good hands.
The chef and owner, Michael Caines MBE, has won numerous Michelin Stars and other accolades over the years and is now successfully getting to grips with running a kitchen and a hotel. He places a great emphasis on fresh local, seasonal ingredients and the menus, including a sumptuous 8-course tasting dinner menu, change almost weekly.
Wine is another great focus at Lympstone; they have two basement cellars with a total of 600 bins, and in 2018 work started on their own vineyard with 17,500 Pinot noir, Pinot Meunier, and Chardonnay vines being planted to produce classic English sparkling wines.
There is a pleasantly casual bar at the hotel too, you can also enjoy lavish afternoon teas and drinks out on the terrace on summer evenings to watch the pink sunsets over the estuary.
You will surely be tempted to wander down on foot or by bike (bikes are available at the hotel) and explore this lovely, and protected, piece of Devon coastline which has an enormous amount of bird species to be spotted.
You can organize a whole host of water sports here too; kayaking, canoeing, windsurfing, water skiing, and just good old-fashioned fishing, among others. There are a couple of golf courses nearby too and you can also arrange horse riding trips around the very scenic Devon countryside.
“Lympstone Manor an exceptional place to stay. My husband saw Michael Caines on Masterchef and the hotel. The dinner was the best food experience we have ever had. We ate the Estuary Tasting Menu. A comfortable bedroom called Gull overlooking the Exe estuary We shall definitely be back!…”
“After two days and four meals we felt like we were having our own private luxury house party. The food, the quiet efficiency and pleasantness of the staff, the stunning location, the beautiful bedrooms, the comfortable bar….”
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- Courtlands Lane, Lympstone