Exeter

Exeter is full of historic buildings including its cathedral and guildhall, the city boasting no fewer than 15 conservation areas, with waterside provided by the Exe and the old canal. Itís also a thriving city with the buzz of a university, with hospitality, accommodation and entertainment in keeping... Read More

Exeter Events

January
Exeters Fine Art Collection
New Years Day Racing
February
Animated Exeter
Craft4Crafters
Exeters Fine Art Collection
March
Exeters Fine Art Collection
April
Crealy Great Easter Egg Hunt
Exeters Fine Art Collection
May
Devon County Show
Exeter Festival of South West Food and Drink
July
Antiques, Home and Collectors Show
Exeter Craft Festival
Exeter Summer Festival
Killerton Weekend
August
Local Art Show
October
Antiques, Home and Collectors Show
Crealy Hallowscream
Mansonís Guitar Show
November
Antiques, Home and Collectors Show
Christmas Shopping Fayre
Exeter Christmas Market
Firework Finale at Devons Crealy
December
Christmas The Devon Way
Exeter Christmas Market
Exeters Fine Art Collection
Santa at Devons Crealy Great Adventure Park
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Southernhay House

Southernhay House
Southernhay House Hotel is a conversion of a classic Grade II* Georgian townhouse into a chic, boutique hotel, bar and restaurant where people meet, eat and sleep.We offer the best we can find, in food, ... More | Double Room: From £150 | visit website
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Exeter Court Hotel

Exeter Court Hotel

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This 63 bedroom hotel could not be more conveniently located -- for holidaymakers who require a comfortable base to explore this part of the West Country, or business guests who ... More

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St Olaves Court Hotel

St Olaves Court Hotel

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St Olaves Court, famous for its restaurant and home-from-home atmosphere is 400 yards from Exeter Cathedral. This lovely Georgian building with just 15 ensuite rooms stands in its own walled garden ... More

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Thorverton Arms

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The Thorverton Arms is a 16th century coaching inn with an award winning restaurant and is located in the centre of the beautiful village of Thorverton in Devon. We are ... More

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Buckerell Lodge Hotel

Buckerell Lodge Hotel

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Buckerell Lodge hotel is one of Exeter's most stylish hotels, situated on the outskirts of the historic city. With five acres of tall pines and broad lawns, the serene gardens are ... More

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Gissons Hotel

Gissons Hotel

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Located just one mile south from the end of the M5 motorway and a short drive from Exeter Airport, this friendly hotel is ideally positioned to accommodate all your needs. Set within ... More

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Express by Holiday Inn Exeter

Express by Holiday Inn Exeter

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Welcome to the newly refurbished Express by Holiday Inn Exeter - offering great value accommodation, a stylish new look and a convenient location. 2007 has seen major changes at the hotel with ... More

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Gipsy Hill Hotel

Gipsy Hill Hotel

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Warm friendly hotel, excellent location set in 3 acres of beautiful gardens Whether travelling to Exeter in Devon for business or pleasure this is the hotel for you. Gipsy Hill Hotel prides ... More

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Chi

Chi
We are a family run business, serving fine oriental cuisine and fresh seafood. You will find us tucked away in the picturesque village of Kenton, approximately 8 miles from Exeter city centre & minutes walk away ... More | Double Room: £22.50 - £27.50 | visit website
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Brook Farmhouse

Brook Farmhouse
Brook Farmhouse is a delightful thatched farmhouse, in a peaceful valley in the heart of the Devon Countryside. We offer spacious accommodation with private bathroom. Brook Farmhouse is a short drive from the Cathedral City of Exeter and ... More | visit website

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