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 wholly 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.
Our Powderham dining room is the namesake of Powderham Castle, an historic property on the far side of the estuary mentioned in the Domesday Book. With its sumptuous and luxurious banquette seating, the atmosphere is perfect for intimate encounters, a perfect setting in which to relax, indulge, enjoy.
Mamhead is an elegant dining room which can be transformed for your private dining event, a small conference, or a board meeting followed by the full Lympstone Manor dining experience, named after the views from the Manor which extend beyond the estuary to the Haldon Hills and Mamhead.
The Berry Head dining room is light, airy, and elegant, a sumptuous setting in which to enjoy Michael’s sumptuous and elegant cuisine. From Lympstone Manor you can Look down the coast and across Lyme Bay, the eye is drawn to Berry Head, a significant headland on the South Devon coast.