Reviews of all these hotels in Exeter are available on the hotel homepages. This is an attractive Cathedral City with excellent transport links. The Central railway station, the M5 motorway and International Airport serve the city both nationally and internationally. Find a Exeter hotel or guesthouse for the Royal Albert Memorial Museum, the airport, the Medieval Underground Passages, Exeter Cathedral, Rougemont Castle and Dartmoor National Park.
21 New North Road Exeter Devon EX44HF
Central Rail Station is just a few hundred yards away from this budget bed & breakfast that offers an intimate but not obtrusive touch to management. This lovely period building in a quiet leafy street has been awarded a Grade II Listed Building status and retains much of the character of the original property. International Airport is just five miles away and the sleepy simplicity of the guesthouse accommodation available at the Braeside makes it especially suitable for pre-flight sleeps an ...
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|Name||Miles||Region||Rooms||Type ?||Type ?|
|Great Western Hotel||0.8||Exeter||35||50.00|
|Oke Lodge Hotel||0.5||Exeter||26||55.00|
|Lord Haldon Hotel||4.1||Exeter||23||110.00|
|Holiday Inn Express Exeter||2.7||Exeter||122||42.00|
|Mercure Southgate Hotel||0.1||Exeter||110||70.00|
|Rougemont Hotel by Thistle||0.4||Exeter||9||63.00|
|Arlington House Hotel||7.8||Hele||5||65.00|
|Gipsy Hill Hotel||3.1||Exeter||37||49.00|
|St Andrews Hotel||0.5||Exeter||17||58.00|
|Exeter Court Hotel||4.2||Exeter||63||49.00|
|Blue Ball Inn||3.1||Sandygate||4||64.95|
|Buckerell Lodge Hotel||1||Exeter||54||47.20|
|Barton Cross Hotel||1.8||Huxham||9||85.00|
|Telstar Guest House||0.7||Exeter||20||40.00|
|St Olaves Hotel||0.2||Exeter||14||9.00|
Exeter is a vibrant city bursting with a rich and exciting history. Visitors flock to the city every year to marvel at the citys magnificent Gothic Cathedral and Red Coat Guided Tours provide some terrific tours of the mysterious medieval Underground Passages. Room4U can provide some excellent deals on hotels convenient for visiting Rougemont Castle and Dartmoor National Park.
Queens Court is one of a handful hotels in Exeter within easy strolling distance of the Quay district. The hotel has a rich and dramatic history dating that goes all the way back to the mid 19th Century. This handsome and Grade II listed terrace is set on a leafy square a short walk from the University. The College and Exeter Central Train Station are also just a few hundred yards. This period town house hotel boasts all modern conveniences whilst maintaining many of the original attractive features of the late Georgian era. Also home of the Ovlive Tree Restaurant. A lovely boutique option with bags of class.
The ethereal beauty of the Devonshire coastline and the rugged charm of Dartmoor National Park, one of the last great wildernesses in Britain - makes this a multi-faceted destination.
If you are arriving by train then the Great Western Hotel could be the one for you. Youll find it located opposite the towns St Davids Railway Station, just a mile or so from the city centre. The hotel is good value for money and has been satisfying travellers for years. Whilst this property would benefit enormously from some modernization this is a budget option for those needing basic bed and breakfast for through trips in Exeter. Named after the Great Western Railway.
The Oke Lodge Hotel has to be worth a look if St Thomas Rail Station features in your itinerary. This 21 bedroom Bed and Breakfast hotel makes a nice budget option for catching that early connection or those wanting accommodation in Exeters Riverside area. Bright and cheerful, the Oke Lodge is just 500 metres from the delightful River Exe, the river from which the city gets its name. Free internet broadband is on offer and the hotel provides plenty of free car parking. Extended reviews of all these hotels can be found on the booking pages, helping you make a more informed decision on reserving Exeter hotels and cheap b&b lodgings.