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Crawford Hotel, Exeter, Devon

Crawford Hotel
107 Alphington Road
Exeter
Devon

EX2 8JD | View map

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Welcome to The Crawford Hotel. Enjoy the warm friendly atmosphere whether you are planning a short break, a meal or just coming in for a drink. Located near the heart of Exeter City, our location is ideal if your visit is business or pleasure. Situated on one of the main roads into the City, provides easy access for city centre shopping, a night on the town and major routes out of the city.
Ideally situated near Exeter's historic attractions and only 5 minutes from the M5. With only a 15 minute drive you could visit Beaches Moorland's English Rivera. Ideally situated near Exeters Historic attractions only 5 minutes from the M5. With only a 15 minute drive you could visit beaches Moorlands and the English Rivera.With a public bar and restaurant we are offer food served by our chef.Ideal for family's good gardens,Mc-Donalds close by also ten pin bowling,swimming pool and lesuire centre. All our rooms are non-smoking.

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