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Melbury Guest House
4 Queens Crescent
Exeter
Devon

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Welcome to the Melbury Guest House, Luxury Executive accomodation in the heart of the City Centre Melbury Guest House is conveniently situated, the peaceful prime location of the Guest House means your only walking distance from Exeter's famous new shopping complex and High Street. Exeter is also famous for it's thriving Night Life and choice of fine Dining with many award winning restaurants and cuisines to chose from. The Melbury Guest House has recently undergone extensive refurbishment. Every attention to detail has been carefully crafted to create a truly unique, cosy, comfortable, luxury home were mood & ambience are essential to this fine Victoran establishment of pure distinction. Our Luxurious rooms are furnished to the highest of standards with Antique furniture and the latest modern refinements including DVD + LCD Televisions, Power Shower, High Speed Internet, tea & coffee our in all the rooms, plus much more, our room rates start from only £50 per room per night inclusive of VAT. Business Relax in the sumptuous surroundings of the Melbury Guest House, enjoy Premium Business Accommodation at incredibly low rates with all the facilities you need to stay in touch with your Business. High speed internet access is available throughout the Guest House, relax in our peaceful meeting rooms or in the comfort of your own suite. Prime Location The Melbury Guest House is conveniently situated just minutes away from Exeter Airport, Exeter St David's Train Station and the Major Business Parks Marsh Barton and the Sowton Trading Estate.

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