We hope that you have a happy and enjoyable stay with us here at the Oakcliffe. The following summarises our provisions, if you have any queries Lorraine and Bill will be happy to help. For theconvenience of incoming guests, we require rooms to be vacated by 10.00 a.m. on the day of departure. Check-in can be from 11.00 a.m. In the event of damage to guest house property, we reserve the right to charge, to replace, repair or professionally clean all items concerned.
Situated in the heart of Devon's capital city, The Clock Tower Hotel not only offers easy access to Exeter's local attractions and amenities, such as Exeter's world renowned University, beautifulcathedral and fantastic shopping opportunities, but also makes a great base for exploring the delights of the counties exquisite natural beauty. We are also within easy reach of both St James Park and Sandy Park homes of the Grecians and The Exeter Chiefs, our local Football and Rugby teams.
Conveniently located just of the A38 Exeter to Plymouth and Exeter to Torquay road, the Exeter Court Hotel is full of charm and genuine smiles. Whether passing through on your way to Cornwall, inExeter on business, or having a holiday in Devon, you'll find contemporary and comfortable accommodation and friendly service at this hotel near Exeter. Let our trademark warm welcome, convenient location and superb facilities be the backdrop for your very special wedding in Devon.
Carl and Rose would like to welcome you to their traditional hotel, the City Gate, in the heart of Exeter. Just like the coaching inns of old, we provide a relaxed home-from-home for locals andvisitors alike - and if you're staying with us, you can be assured of all the comforts and luxuries you'd expect from the best modern accommodation.
St Olaves is a small, intimate, character hotel situated in the heart of the historic City of Exeter. You will discover the "oasis" of a hotel sitting resplendent in its own Walled Garden in theoldest part of the city, yet only 400 yards from the Cathedral itself. We have a total of 15 bedrooms including 2 suites. St. Olaves is an attractive Grade II listed Georgian mansion originally built in 1827 by the merchant James Goldsworthy.
St Andrews Hotel is well located within the historic city of Exeter, Devon and is situated close to the picturesque quayside and to the Marsh Barton Trading Estate in the Alphington district. MatfordBusiness Park is less than 1 mile away, which is convenient and practical for anyone looking to venture away on business. It is also close to St Thomas train station, a 15 minute walk to Exeter Cathedral and the Princesshay shopping precinct.
Welcome to our "contemporary wonderland" in the heart of Exeter. Take a step inside this iconic building, formerly The West of England Eye Hospital to see how this striking hotel unfolds. Historicwalled gardens create the backdrop for a very special experience. The newly created lounge, adorned with a Hugo Dalton wall painting opens out onto a terrace and garden, a place to be and enjoy the art of relaxation.
Our collection of luxury hotels across Devon and Cornwall includes eleven wonderful hotels and a number of restaurants. Each is unique and yet each offers the same exceptional service and care. BrendHotels is a family run company that has been a leader in West Country hospitality for over fifty years. Our extensive experience has given us a real understanding of how to make sure you have a wonderful stay at our luxury hotels, each of which is in a fabulous location.
The White Hart Hotel is a traditional old posting house at the centre of the small moorland town of Moretonhampstead set within the spectacular Dartmoor National Park. The Hotel dates back to 1639 andthis historic Grade II listed building is being sympathetically refurbished to provide all modern comforts within a traditional setting. Our comfy sofa-filled lounge has a roaring log fire where you can relax and combine the delights of a traditional cream tea with the convenience of free wi-fi.
The Turf provides a wonderful setting where you can relax and enjoy great food and drinks and friendly service from a family run pub. Clive and Ginny Redfern took over Turf in 1990 and, together withtheir sons James and Oliver, have continued to renovate and improve this fascinating timber framed slate hung listed building. This is a proper pub. There are no carpets, just pine strip floors making our pub ideal for muddy paws and muddy kids.