Dining Rooms

Powderham, Mamhead and Berry Head: three stunning and wholly individual dining rooms overlooking the Exe estuary, Lyme Bay and the Devon coast. Each has its own style, contemporary yet at the same time, in keeping with the traditional design and proportions of a Georgian manor house.  With Michael Caines Michelin star cuisine served throughout, our discreet service means that you will be most comfortably looked after in each dining room.

Berry head

Berryhead is light, airy and graceful setting in which to enjoy Michael’s luxurious and modern cuisine. Named after the extraordinary view from Lympstone Manor, with clear views down the coast and across Lyme Bay, the eye is drawn to Berry Head, a significant headland on the South Devon coast. With sweeping drapes, crystal chandelier and cool tones the room is an elegant an graceful setting in which to dine in.

With Berry Head’s size and versatility, it can also be hired for private events or meetings, find out more on PRIVATE DINNING

Mamhead

ing its name from the outreaching views Lympstone Manor has over Haldon and Mamhead. Mamhead is an elegant dining room, from a table for two to a table for 12 this room gives an intimate setting for any experience. The room oozes luxury from champagne coloured chairs to taupe curtains, a unique art deco ceiling and candle effect Chandelier, the room is also one of the main rooms to feature our Fine Art @ exhibition, changing throughout the year to showcase our monthly artists.

To hire this room for a private function see more on PRIVATE DINNING

Powderham

With its sumptuous and luxurious banquette seating, the atmosphere in Powderham is perfect for intimate encounters in which to relax, indulge and enjoy. Adorned with beautiful hand-painted walls, presented with fragrant fresh flowers and intimate lighting. We use this special dining room for all occasions, providing an exceptional experience for our guests.

Named after the impressive Powderham Castle, an historic property on the far side of the estuary mentioned in the Domesday Book. On a clear day the castle nestled behind the treeline and Belvedere Tower on the hillside are visible from the manor.