I had to stay in Exeter an extra night and I booked the same day,
the hotel has great surrounding and good facilities.
the room are clean and simple a little on the small side. Overlooking the dining room causes a bit of disturbance with light in the night.
ROOM SERVICE very good.
Staff at reception helpful and friendly but the nicest was the staff at breakfast.
We stayed at the hotel when we went to Exeter for our daughter's graduation. The hotel was full of graduate families! The staff coped well and were very helpful with booking taxis up to the university for the morning. Mind you we were there for the very first of a whole week of ceremonies - they will all be exhausted by the end of the week! Very nice hotel. My husband and daughter used the spa facilities and said it was very nice - I stayed in the room to watch the Wimbledon final! One word of advice - if you are booking for a graduation - book as soon as possible. I waited for the dates to come and out and booked as soon as I knew when it would be. Excellent location in the centre of the town, very near the Cathedral.
"Beautiful character hotel with terrific amenities "
One of the very best hotel experiences I've ever had. Lots of character in the building, great variety of spaces (lounge, library, patio, lawn), fascinating indoor/outdoor pool. Restaurant was creative and excellent value. Some pleasing and surprising extras - free paper and minibar.
Traveller from Vancouver
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Although the hotel is very close to the airport we were not troubled by any aircraft noise. The breakfast which was included in the price was wonderful! Very convenient for travel & for exploring the surrounding area.
Nice hotel. A little jaded in places. Staff pleasant with service for breakfast good. Coffee and tea luke warm with toast cold and brought a little late.
On the hole a nice hotel. We would stay there again.
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Devon’s principal town, Exeter is not only an historical city but also a lively student centre. Don’t miss the medieval cathedral, one of England’s finest, while the Royal Albert Memorial Museum houses one of England’s best provincial collections. Visitors can take a cruise from Exeter Quayside and visit the quaint port of Topsham. Bicton Gardens is a popular outing and Exeter is also handily placed for exploring Dartmoor and the English Riviera.