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.
This fantastic hotel in the heart of Exeter is the ideal location to enjoy the sights and attractions of this enchanting city and its neighbouring verdant countryside typical of Devon. Guest rooms are serviced by daily housekeeping and come furnished to a high standard with high speed internet access and coffee and tea facilities. In the evenings guests can make use of the traditional bar and restaurant and should you need anything extra please don’t hesitate to ask the conscientious 24 hour reception. Should you need to work during your stay, rest assured that the hotel includes business facilities such as meeting rooms, a board room and fax and photocopying services.
Exeter is home to the spectacular Gothic Cathedral of St Peter, and with free tours it’s a great place to start your visit. Highlights include a 15th century clock influenced by medieval astronomy and the St James Chapel which was built to replace the original when it was destroyed in the Blitz. Once upon a time, houses were supplied with fresh water through a series of underground passages, and now you can take a guided tour under the streets of Exeter to hear the ghost stories that still haunt the townspeople. To discover more about Exeter’s history, be sure to pop into the Museum which focuses mainly on the city’s Roman past. If you’re visiting with children, the museum offers fun quiz sheets which they can fill in as they go round.
The Phoenix Arts Centre and Northcott theatre both offer a busy program of events throughout the year with the latter performing Shakespeare over the summer in Rougemont Gardens. Alternatively, Cavern Club and Vaults have live DJ’s to dance the night away to. For eating out Herbies is a famous vegetarian restaurant sure to tantalise the taste buds of even dedicated meat eaters. Alternatively, Michael Caines is a double Michelin starred restaurant serving up French fare and local dishes in the Royal Clarence.
If you’re feeling active, spend the day at Exminster Marshes Nature Reserve where you can hire bikes or venture out to Powderham Castle. For thrill seekers, why not kayak or canoe down the canal. Back in the city, fit in some retail therapy on the high street which has a great selection of both high street and independent stores. If you’re visiting during summer, be sure to poke your head in at the Slow Food Markets in the Exeter Quay- a great place to pick up some local treats or stock up for a gourmet picnic.