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Self-Catering in Exeter

The Coach House, Exeter, Devon

The Coach House
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Exeter
Devon

EX5 4PW | View map
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A nineteenth century coach house sympathetically adapted to provide comfortable guest accommodation. A twin and single room, both en-suite, with kitchen/diner provides self-contained accommodation , self-catering. There are other twin-bedded rooms, with continental type breakfasts, with varied items, such as muffins and crumpets, besides the usual staple.items. Evening meals can be obtained at the Merry Harriers, who provide a free collection and return car service at times of guests' choosing. Entry is coded and digital,affording guests complete freedom to come and go. Ample parking is provided for cars and larger vehicles. There is a fifteen-minute bus service to Exeter or Tiverton, and the journey by car to Exeter city centre tajes about fifteen minutes. The Coach House is convenient for the airport, and university Streatham campus. Apart from the many interesting features of Exeter, with its Cathedral and medieval Guildhall, the National Trust Killerton House and parkland is only a couple of miles away, and the house opens in February, with many additional events and children's activities throughout the year. Opposite the Coach House is Fagin's Antiques, affording the chance to browse or buy in the large premises. Woodland walks are also near.

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