Find places to stay in and around Exeter in Devon. Choose from top hotels near Exeter Cathedral to accommodation in the surrounding area. Great access to Dartmoor National Park, The English Riviera, the East Devon AONB and the South Devon AONB.
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Top 10 Recommended Places To Stay in Exeter


Places To Stay in Exeter
PictureTheUK helps people discover places to visit and things to do within the UK. As such, we recommend hotels, self-catering properties, B&Bs etc based upon location and proximity to attractions. Each selection is positioned on a Google map so zoom in on the 'Satellite' setting to see its location.

Abode Exeter The Royal Clarence Hotel, Exeter
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Remarkable location in Exeter Cathedral Close by Mol's Coffee House. Some rooms offer views of Exeter Cathedral. In the heart of Exeter, the hotel is in an ideal location for a special weekend break.

Mercure Southgate Exeter, Exeter
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Located between Princesshay, Exeter Cathedral and Exeter Historic Quayside. Another superbly positioned city centre hotel with all of Exeter's major attractions on your doorstep.

The Rougemont Hotel By Thistle, Exeter
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Located by Exeter Central Rail Station. It's a short walk to Exeter Cathedral Close, Exeter Cathedral, Exeter's Underground Passages and Princesshay.

St Olaves Hotel, Exeter
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Another cracking location in the heart of the city. The hotel is just west of Exeter Cathedral. The House That Moved is to the south and Exeter Historic Quayside to the south east.

Cedar Lodge Hotel, Exeter
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Close to Exeter Central Rail Station offering great access to Exeter's attractions. Exeter's Underground Passages and Princesshay a short walk to the south east.

Jurys Inn Exeter, Exeter
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To the east of Exeter Cathedral and Exeter Cathedral Close, yet another superbly located place to stay in the heart of Exeter.

The Devon Hotel, Devon
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On the outskirts of the city, this is an ideal choice if you want to explore the city and its surrounding area. Very close to the M5, it offers access to East Devon, The English Riviera and Dartmoor National Park.

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Again, we'd recommend the Travelodge is you want to explore both Exeter and this part of South West England. Located by the M5.

Barton Cross Hotel, Exeter
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On the northern fringe of Exeter city. Provides great access to mid-Devon. Close to the National Trust's Killerton House and Gardens.

Melbury Guest House, Exeter
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Head north from Exeter's Underground Passages and Princesshay and you're at this guest house. Good location with Exeter's tourist attractions within easy reach.