Lympstone Manor, Michael Caines’ glamorous south Devon retreat, continues to evolve as its 11-acre vineyard matures, and the six luxury shepherd’s huts, tennis courts and sculpture garden bed in.
However, beyond these developments and the stylishly luxe setting, the heart of the experience is the uber-chef’s exquisite cooking.
As a result of gutting the old manor house and starting from scratch, Michael was able to design the roomy kitchen and dining rooms to perfectly deliver his creative vision – and the result is an astonishingly special experience. His two-decade long Michelin-star run has continued unbroken, thanks to Lympstone being awarded its Michelin star within six months of opening.
Three elegant dining rooms provide a choice of atmosphere and aesthetics, while a worldclass wine cellar makes finding the perfect match for each course a breeze.
Five-star country house hotel luxury is interpreted via contemporary artwork, luscious fabrics, drop-dead-gorgeous wallpapers and sumptuous comfort.
And those staying the night can kick off their stylish supper with treats such as a dip in their own outdoor bath (with views of the gardens and estuary) and an aperitif from the in-room gin tray.