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30-32 Heavitree Road

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A high quality bed and breakfast with ensuite rooms - some with four poster beds. City centre location, near to rail, bus and coach stations as well as both hospitals and universities. Explore Devon and Cornwall from our friendly Edwardian home in Exeter near medieval city walls, Cathedral, and some of the best restaurants. Whether visiting Exeter on business, visiting relatives, or exploring the area you are sure to be impressed.All of the thirteen bedrooms are en-suite. Every room has been individually decorated and furnished with every attention to detail. Original period furnishings compliment the remote control televisions, individual heating thermostats, double glazing, direct dial telephones, hairdryers, and tea and coffee making facilities. Herbal teas are available on request.Enjoy a freshly prepared full English, vegetarian, or continental breakfast in the breakfast room. We do not serve evening meals, but there are an abundance of excellent eating places nearby which we can advise and recommend.Devon has an exceptional number of high quality tourist attractions. There is Dartmoor National Park to the centre and Exmoor to the North. The Devon countryside is so beautiful because of the mild climate and rolling hills that a wealth of historical houses and estates were established in Devon - most of these are now owned by the National Trust and can be visited by the public.Please Note: We are non-smoking premises. We only accept children over the age of 12 years. Well behaved dog are accepted on the premises. (A charge of £10.00 per night will be applied to the customer's bill). We do not accept Stag and Hen Group parties. Check-in time: 14:00 check-out time: 10:00

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