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Best Western Lord Haldon Hotel Very good 8.5 Just stayed one nigh on route to Cornwall. The receptionist was awesome, helping in suggesting some walks we could do and directions to a nearby pub.
The Devon Hotel Very good 8 Easy location for touring Devon. Excellent value for money. Friendly staff
Exeter Court Hotel Very good 8.3 Very comfortable, clean, friendly staff.
Fingle Glen Golf Hotel Very good 8.1 Excellent stay and thank you to all the staff
Abode Exeter The Royal Clarence Hotel Fabulous 8.6 Friendly staffl, modern and comfortable room, nice atmosphere, excellent food.
Clarion Collection Buckerell Lodge Good 7.9 the staff were so helpful,pleasant ,all the time .nothing was to much trouble.Food was very good,very good value for your money.Easy to go by bus to most places ,no need to use car .Maybe a problem with the stairs,but staff always willing to help .Thanks for a pleasant stay .
Gipsy Hill Hotel Good 7.6 The staff were so friendly and helpful
St Andrews Hotel Very good 8.2 Requested ground floor and had wonderful room wonderful helpful staff, clean room and great breakfast.
The Globe Fabulous 8.7 Everything, arrived early to attend Funeral in Topsham and receptionist offered us our room straight away. very helpful receptionist. Excellent room, spotless and modern room. Excellent location, lovely bar and good food. Next time will stay longer.
Great Western Hotel Pleasant 6.5 Every thing from the lovely always smiling staff to the free and fast wifi, the cleanliness and the best view.
Queens Court Hotel Very good 8 Breakfast was excellent, probably the best traditional English breakfast we've had in a hotel and in very conducive surroundings as well
The Magdalen Chapter Fabulous 8.7 Virtually everything.All the staff with whom we had dealings were, without exception, friendly, helpful and courteous. The old hospital building has been successfully transformed into a modern hotel without sacrificing the original features
Southernhay House Hotel Superb 9 Lots. Staff were very efficient and professional but created a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere. Room was lovely with a very comfortable bed. Nice bar for a pre dinner drink. Great location close to city centre. Breakfast was one of the best I have ever had.
The Telstar Very good 8.3 We were arriving late and the staff were very helpful to make sure we would be able to gain access to our room. Breakfast was perfect. Everything was great!
White Hart Hotel by Marston's Inns Very good 8.4 I really like inns, so to me the fact that you have the restaurant right under your room is a great pro. The parking is free and just behind the hotel, the problem is that some spaces are very narrow and it's not a great thing when it's your second day driving the british way. Anyway, free and easy. Loved the breakfast it was really good. The room was very pretty, overall it was a very nice stay!

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    A Host of History

    Set around the Exe River, affluent Exeter has played a part in English history from the Roman era to William the Conqueror to the Spanish Armada. Its most impressive structure is the cathedral, begun in the 11th century and boasting the longest stone roof in England.

    The surrounding green is a popular picnic spot, and the half-timbered buildings and red-brick façades of the neighbouring High Street house a host of shops. Even more are in the Princesshay and Guildhall shopping centres.

    The Guildhall itself is considered England’s oldest municipal building still in use, while nearby Parliament Street is one of the world’s narrowest streets. The remains of 11th-century St Nicholas Priory are now a museum, and there are more red-stone ruins at hilltop Exeter Castle (or Rougemont Castle), built into the Roman walls.

    Exeter Central Station is behind the castle, while St Davids Station is nearer the university. The large student population means that the city has good nightlife, and some bars are located by the Quayside, site of Custom House. The river flows past Topsham and Powderham Castle to enter the sea at Exmouth.

    To the east are Exeter Airport and the Westpoint Arena exhibition centre, both easily reached from’s hotels with spas, cheap apartments and guest houses with parking.

    Hotels that guests love in Exeter

    • Hotel in a very convenient location just off motorway & A30 with good access to Exeter city centre - just opposite park & ride and with nice pub/restaurant close by. Clean, comfortable hotel with good buffet breakfast included. Have stayed several times before and will happily stay in the future.

    • ~Great location with a council car park just opposite the hotel. ~Close to both St Davids and Central Station, City Centre and Northernhay Park. ~Really friendly staff ~Lovely breakfast menu - can't believe it's included in the price. This hotel beats the Premier Inn on every level!!!

    • I pretty much liked the location of the hotel. It only takes 15 minutes to University of Exeter, and 10 minutes to the city centre on foot. There are lots of cafes and restaurants nearby. The internet is fast and available in the rooms. Although in the first day, the heating was not working in the room, the staff was very helpful with giving me an additional heater.

    • A very well furnished and spacious apartment - so much better than staying in a hotel. Only a short walk to the city centre. Good free parking facilties. Very comfortable 6ft bed! Helpful greeters.

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