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St Olaves Court Hotel
Mary Arches Street
Exeter
Devon

EX4 3AZ | View map

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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 - an oasis in the city centre.

The service is first-rate; one guest commented, "we found it by accident, but there was nothing accidental about the levels of service".

Central to the enjoyment of St Olaves is the excellence of the cooking. The candlelit restaurant - one of the best in southwest England - is renowned for its outstanding cuisine.

St Olaves Court Hotel is ideally situated for exploring the City of Exeter as well as the famous South Devon coastline, the beauties of Dartmoor National Park and visiting the famous National Trust gardens.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Star Merit
Best Loved Hotels of the World
Number of Rooms: 15
Number Ensuite: 15

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Restaurant

Name: St Olaves
Cuisine: English modern with French influence
Chef: David Ollivrin

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Credit Cards Accepted - not American Express
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Disabled Access - 3 Steps
Open All Year
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