Exeter is a lively city in south Devon with a magnificent cathedral, historic quayside area with artisan shops and cafes, guided tours of the maze of underground passages and a wealth of bars, shops and restaurants. There is a good choice of excellent museums tracing the city’s lengthy history including an interesting medieval building The Tucker’s Hall, built for the Company of Weavers, Tuckers and Shearman which houses exceptional carved panelling, rare silver and a 4 feet long pair of fulling shears. Nearby Parliament Street claims to be the world’s narrowest street – less than 25 inches at its narrowest. The gatehouse and tower of Rougemont castle still stand in the city, surrounded by Rougemont gardens with a backdrop of Roman wall ruins - a tranquil haven. Exeter’s one time importance as a port is reflected in the Custom House, now the centrepiece of the Quayside, a fascinating complex of antique shops and cafes. Within a 15 minute drive of the city, there are some fabulous beaches at Sidmouth and Exmouth, and the start of the 95 mile stretch of Jurassic Coast, all of which provide ample opportunities for relaxation, sport and exploration. Exeter is an ideal south Devon base from which to explore pretty countryside and Heritage Coast.
|The Nobody Inn||
Award-winning 16th century country Inn serving delicious food, over 200 different wines, 250 whiskies and lots of local cheeses. Winning numerous awards for their drinks bible including The Trencherman's Guides "Best bar list 2017" & The British Pub awards regional winner! Pubs
The NoBody Inn is a 17th century inn full of charm and character where a warm welcome is guaranteed.
With its low ceilings, blackened beams, inglenook fireplace, antique furniture and timeless atmosphere of unspoilt old world charm that you would expect from a 17th century inn.The extraordinary wine list describes, quite unpretentiously and often amusingly, over 250 wines from the very simple to the highly complex and from the everyday to the rarest. Also listed are around 240 whiskys - mainly malt and ever increasingly at cask strength.
Teign View is a 2 bedroom detached bungalow within yards of the local shop and excellent pub. A light and bright holiday home in pretty countryside, with cathedral city amenities and good beaches within easy reach.Holiday Cottages & Self Catering
Right in the heart of Lower Ashton, within yards of the shop and excellent pub, a detached bungalow. Neat enclosed garden with patio (table/chairs, barbecue) and 6 steps down to a grassy area and sweet little summer house.
From the parking area, 2 steps up to the front door. Living room with TV/DVD and big window with view of the garden. Fitted kitchen/dining room (washing machine, microwave, fridge-freezer, electric cooker) with view over the garden to the valley, door to the garden and porch with plenty of room for walking gear and bicycles. Shower-room (suite). Two bedrooms – a...
|The Garden Flat||
This attractive garden apartment situated below the owner’s home and is part of a Grade II listed Georgian house, in a quiet tree-lined street in Exeter city centre, next to Belmont Park. This lovely lower ground floor apartment has its own private entrance making it an ideal city getaway for two, being a convenient base for exploring the city, discovering the famous Jurassic coastline or just visiting family and friends nearby.Holiday Cottages & Self Catering
This attractive garden apartment situated below the owner’s home and is part of a Grade II listed Georgian house, in a quiet tree-lined street in Exeter city centre, next to Belmont Park.
This lovely lower ground floor apartment has its own private entrance making it an ideal city getaway for two, being a convenient base for exploring the city, discovering the famous Jurassic coastline or just visiting family and friends nearby.
The entrance is approached from the rear of the house, via a private driveway, through the garden to the apartment and down a few steps to the lower...