Exeter is a
historic city in Devon, England. It lies within the ceremonial
county of Devon, of which it is the county town as well as the home
of Devon County Council. Currently the administrative area has the
status of a non-metropolitan district, and is therefore under the
administration of the County Council. The city is on the River Exe,
about 37 miles (60 km) northeast of Plymouth, and 70 miles (110 km)
southwest of Bristol. According to the 2001 Census, its population
in that year was 111,076, while the mid-2010 estimate was 119,600.
Exeter was the most south-westerly Roman fortified settlement in
Britain. Its Exeter Cathedral, founded in the early 12th century,
became Anglican at the time of the 16th century Reformation.
The city's transport hubs include Exeter St Davids railway station,
Exeter Central railway station, the M5 motorway and Exeter
International Airport connecting the city both nationally and
internationally. Although the city contains a number of tourist
attractions, it is not dominated by tourism.
Just one of our properties
Exeter Hotels offer four excellent bed and breakfast establishments
in the very heart of historic Exeter.
The Clock Tower Hotel is situated in the centre of the historic
city of Exeter, and close to all rail & bus links, as well as Exeter
University and all main shopping areas, the hotel is ideally
situated for exploring the Devon countryside and itís numerous
Number Twelve has been sympathetically refurbished into a
classic Bed and Breakfast establishment fusing modern & classical
design. Ideally situated for business or leisure, we offer quality
accommodation at reasonable prices in the very centre of the
historic city of Exeter in Devon.
St Andrews Hotel is well located within the historic city of
Exeter, Devon and is close to the picturesque quayside and to the
Marsh Barton Trading Estate in the Alphington district. It is also
close to St Thomas train station, a 15 minute walk to Exeter
Cathedral and the Princesshay shopping precinct.
The Georgian Lodge is a Grade 2 listed town house in central
Exeter which has been sympathetically refurbished into a classic bed
and breakfast establishment using modern & classical designs.
Tel: 01392 276784
St Andrews Hotel is well
located within the historic city of Exeter, Devon and is
situated close to the picturesque quayside and to the Marsh
Barton Trading Estate in the Alphington district. Matford
Business Park is less than 1 mile away, which is convenient
and practical for anyone looking to venture away on
It is also close to St Thomas
train station, a 15 minute walk to Exeter Cathedral and the
Princesshay shopping precinct.
We are just 10 minutes
easy drive from Junction 31 of the M5 motorway, which means
that you can reach us by car without having to contend with
City Centre congestion. Being ideally placed allows for easy
access to the Devon Countryside, for those of you wishing to
visit Dartmoor or the South Devon Coast. St Andrews Hotel is
situated on a regular and frequent bus route and Exeter
Airport is a 15 minute drive away. There are two comfortable
lounges for relaxation and reading.
Free parking is
available for guests in our large on site car park.
Free Wi-Fi internet
access is available in all areas. Our dining room is well
appointed and offers a full English or continental breakfast
to suit your requirements.
Tel: 01392 203302
Bed and Breakfast establishment that is strictly non-smoking. Free
Wireless Broadband facility.
Guest house accommodation with airy, clean and comfortable en-suite
rooms offered in the heart of Exeter, Devon. For the evening
entertainment there are many theatres, restaurants and pubs nearby
Our Bed and Breakfast is easily accessible from the Airport and M5.
Our Exeter Bed and Breakfast is situated near to a well known
landmark - the Clock Tower and yet in a quiet location next to a
recreation park. We are a small friendly, family run bed and
breakfast within walking distance of the varied attractions of the
historic City of Exeter, as well as the Cathedral, the historic
Quayside and Exeter University.
St David's Train Station and Exeter Coach/Bus Station are about half
a mile away. Exeter Central Station and the main shopping precincts
are a stroll away. Whether it is business or pleasure, our bed and
breakfast in Exeter aims to do the best to give you a value for
money stay that you will enjoy.
Four Chimneys is a beautiful Victorian House and garden nestled
amongst a small cluster of properties at the end of a country lane.
Situated near a boat yard on the Clyst River and surrounded by a
the rare birds and wild life will make for a wonderfully natural and
relaxed backdrop to your stay in this stunning part of Devon.
offer three spacious and comfortable double bedrooms for guests with
the following facilities: Private bathrooms - Colour TV - Tea &
coffee making facilities - Private parking
Poppy Room: Four Poster double bed with en-suite bathroom.
Rose Room: Luxury king size bed with adjacent bathroom &
Lily Room: King size Victorian bed with ensuite shower room.
Lilac Room: Double bed with ensuite shower room.
comfortable dining area offers a choice of breakfast menus to set
you up for the day!
After breakfast why not step out into our lovely private walled
garden, relax on the furniture and plan your day!
The Coach House
Originally built as a nineteenth century coach house, the property
has been adapted sympathetically to provide one single and three
twin-bedded rooms, all ensuite. Entry is by a ditally coded system,
affording guests complete freedom to come and go. There is ample
parking, for cars and larger vehicles. The coach house is non-smoking
bus service is every 20 minutes from directly outside to either
Exeter or Tiverton (via Cullompton and Bradninch to Tiverton).
By car, Exeter City can be reached in about fifteen minutes, as can
the airport and the main University campus.
Amenities include the National Trust Killereton House, with its
gardens and parkland. The park is open all year, and the house has
seven-day opening, and November and January are the only completely
closed times. There is a large antiques business opposite The Coach
House, where guests may enjoy shopping or browsing. Woodland walks
are also nearby.
Accommodation is flexible, as a single and twin-bedded room can be
available as a self-contained. Microwave, fridge, toaster, kettle,are within rooms.
Iron and ironing board. Tea, coffee, sugar
and milk are provided, as are bed linen and towels. We liaise with
Arlington House next door to accommodate larger numbers of guests.
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