Exeter, situated on the river Exe, is the capital city of Devon. Its history is both rich and long, as reflected in its varied visitor attractions including the Underground Passages, built in the 14th and 15th centuries to bring fresh drinking water into the city and the magnificent gothic Exeter Cathedral which has the longest uninterrupted medieval gothic vaulting in the world.
Highlights in Exeter include Roman City Walls and The Exeter Guildhall, which has served as the centrepiece of Exeter's civic life for more than 800 years.
The Exeter Red Coat Guides operate throughout the year and their free guided walking tours are the perfect way to explore Exeter. The award-winning Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Art Gallery (RAMM) has stunning displays, exhibitions and modern amenities. The Custom House Visitor Centre is located on the historic Quayside and was built in 1680 at the height of Exeter's woollen cloth industry.
Exeter’s cultural scene is exciting and varied for theatre lovers, music buffs, foodies and art enthusiasts, with a packed calendar of events and festivals.
For sports fans there is 'Sandy Park', home to 'Exeter Chiefs', for premiership rugby, St James’ Park for football and Exeter Racecourse for racing throughout the National Hunt season.
A working farm bordered by the River Tale which captures the magic of the countryside - sheep, cattle, free range chickens and working sheep dogs. An idyllic setting with excellent facilities.
Five spacious real log cabins, beautiful views across Exmoor, fully equipped kitchen, central heating with log burner, safe enclosed garden. Working dairy farm with sheep, pigs and poultry.
Set in a picturesque location convenient to M5 for overnight stop or ideal touring base. Delightful rooms, peaceful surroundings and beautiful views with easy access to everything Devon has to offer.
Relax in our heated swimming pool and slip into the tranquillity of rural life. Spacious comfortable cottage with indoor and outdoor play areas. Quiet but accessible location for Exeter and the M5.
Historic farmhouse accommodation at Canonteign in the Teign Valley on Dartmoor. Rooms offer all modern conveniences. Ideal location, close to A38 and local Devon attractions.
Two spacious cottages and a cosy retreat for two. Set in peaceful surroundings with stunning views, lovely walks and lots of wildlife to see. Ideally situated for visiting the coast, Exmoor, Dartmoor