For a luxurious retreat in the beautiful city of Exeter look no further than this amazing Secret Hotel. The hotel houses every feature imaginable for a wonderfully comfortable and relaxing stay and so much more, with free parking for guests, a car rental desk, city tours and free WIFI throughout the hotel. Dine in the restaurant in the evenings and have a drink with friends in the bar, relax and be pampered in the beauty salon with a wide range of treatments available. Unwind in the hot tub and sauna or have swim in the indoor swimming pool. There is also a golf course where you can catch up with friends over a round of golf or simply practice your swing, whether you are staying for business or pleasure this fantastic 4 star Secret Hotel in Exeter is the perfect choice.
Exeter is a beautiful and historic city with a rich and interesting heritage with a 2000 year history that perfectly mixes with the contemporary aspects and a wonderful selection of cultural activities and attractions. Home to 2012’s museum of the year, the Royal Albert Memorial Museum featuring stunning landscapes by some of the most influential painters of the 19th century including Samuel Palmer. Get a first hand glimpse of the history of Exeter at the regular demonstrations put on at the Royal Albert Memorial Museum, where actors recreate and tell the stories of historical characters featured in the famous paintings displayed in the museum. Visit Exeter’s iconic Cathedral and explore the exciting underground passageways and take in the stunning architecture and interiors of this splendid 14th Century Cathedral and discover the true history of Exeter.
Make the most of the stunning surroundings and explore Devon’s breath taking coast line such as the Jurassic Coast, with it’s azure blue seas and dramatic cliffs and beautiful beaches including Dartmoor and Exmoor, that can be enjoyed year round with families, friends and couples alike.
Spend your evening relaxing and enjoying good company and good food in one of Exeter’s many mouth watering delicious restaurants from local and traditional Devonshire recipes such as the world famous Devonshire Pasty and traditional British pubs like The Rusty Bike and The Fat Pig as well as more exotic fare, there is certainly something for everyone.