Exeter Court Hotel - Kennford Exeter EX6 7UX
Distance: 1.6 miles
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £73.0 | Customer rating: 5\6Check prices and availability
Exeter Court Hotel is ideally positioned to explore this part of the West Country and to accommodate your recreational needs. Located just 2 miles South from the end of the M5 motorway, ideally positioned for the city of Exeter with its shops and ancient cathedral. Exeter airport is also within easy reach, as are so many of the beautiful South coast resorts and the majestic splendour of the Dartmoor National Park. All rooms at Exeter court are on located on the ground floor and are situated adjacent to our main reception area; many have sofas or tables and chairs, allowing you to spread out and feel right at home. All are en-suite with tea and coffee making facilities and televisions. Free WiFi and car parking facilties are also available. After a busy day, our rooms provide every facility you need to unwind, get really comfortable and recharge for tomorrow. Once you've settled in at the Exeter Court, you'll find everything you could want right here a restaurant serving a tempting menu of homemade dishes, a friendly bar serving drinks and snacks and cheerful staff to help you with anything you need. And of course, in the morning there will be a delicious breakfast freshly cooked for you to enjoy choose from the full English or the continental-style or indulge yourself and try both. The resorts of Torquay, Babbacombe and Dawlish are easy to reach, and there is Buckfastleigh Abbey, The Dart Valley Railway, leafy lanes and quaint little villages. Plus of course, a full range of sporting activities on land, sea and air.
The Cridford Inn - Trusham, Trusham TQ13 0NR
Distance: 2.8 miles
Rating\Stars: 2 | Prices from: £215.0 | Customer rating: n\a\6Check prices and availability
They say that age is just a number well that number in question is 825 A.D. - that equates to almost 1,200 years of history; not under the same roof of course! Currently (and possibly) the oldest inn in the country and right in the heart of Devon, The Cridford is steeped in history and charm that makes this a destination venue right off the bat! To back-up that charm, an offering of over 100 gins, two restaurant areas, accommodation in quirky rooms and holiday cottages, then this inn really has it all. Since new ownership in 2016, the team have changed with chef Bill Keera in the kitchen who is Michelin trained. But don't be put off by the word Michelin - quite often it can conjure up connotations of small portions and fancy swirls of sauce. What you will get from Bill and his team is all the quality and flavour that local produce can provide, but with aportion size that will satisfy! Despite it's seemingly remote location, the inn is only 8 miles from the centre of Exeter. Open 7 days a week and with special monthly theme nights, pie & a pint every Tuesday for just £10, and a served Sunday roast available all day, the pub is truly the hub of Trusham village. The whole package is something of an experience, but with such close proximity to Exeter's shopping and the motorway, this little gem is going to be rediscovered all over again.
The Nobody Inn - Doddiscombsleigh, Exeter EX6 7PS
Distance: 3.3 miles
Rating\Stars: | Prices from: £125.0 | Customer rating: 6\6Check prices and availability
Welcome to the Nobody Inn and restaurant set in Doddiscombsleigh between the Haldon Hills and the Teign Valley about six miles to the south-west of Exeter and considered to be one of the best eating and drinking establishments in the area. With its low ceilings, blackened beams, inglenook fireplace, antique furniture and timeless atmosphere of unspoilt old world charm that you would expect from a 17th century inn.The extraordinary wine list describes, quite unpretentiously and often amusingly, over 250 wines from the very simple to the highly complex and from the everyday to the rarest. Also listed are around 240 whiskys - mainly malt and ever increasingly at cask strength. In the restaurant you will find a relaxed ambience full of style and comfort with its smart interior, crisp white napkins, and a evening menu offering food which changes regularly using Devon's finest produce. The team at The NoBody Inn have created an exciting and varied menu, which consistently delivers course after course of ever-changing range of meats, fish, pastas, risotto and vegetables are all served to suit all palates, using fresh ingredients, locally sourced where possible. The Nobody Inn's fine setting and exquisite menu mean that it is suitable for almost all occasions: romantic dinner for two, reunion with friends, family celebration or for private functions. With a well thought out extensive wine list to compliment our menu, exceptional selection of Whiskies and Cheese Boards, along with a high level of service, one can look forward to food cooked to perfection and an evening of something just that little bit special.
Chi Restaurant - Fore street, Kenton EX6 8LD
Distance: 3.7 miles
Rating\Stars: 4 | Prices from: £69.0 | Customer rating: 5\6Check prices and availability
Chi Restaurant & Bar is a family run restaurant offering excellent oriental cuisine and quality accommodation. It is located in the picturesque village of Kenton, just 8 miles from the centre of Exeter. It boasts an AA 4 Star Accommodation Rating and is only a few minutes walk away from Powderham Castle in the peacefull quiet village of Kenton. Chi's is an ideal base from which to explore Exeter and Devon. It is just 8 miles away from the centre of Exeter making it ideal for exploring Dartmoor and Exmoor or visiting Cornwall and the Eden Project. Exeter’s major attractions include the cathedral, historic quay & guildhall. The beautiful Crealey Park is also well worth a visit. It has ample car parking and is set in a beautiful enclosed landscaped garden. All Guests receive a 15% discount in the restaurant.
The Stowey Arms - Main Road, Exminster EX6 8AT
Distance: 3.8 miles
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £95.0 | Customer rating: 5\6Check prices and availability
The Stowey Arms is located in the village of Exminster, which lies on the Southern border of Exeter in Devon. Westpoint Arena is 3 miles away, and there is good access to the M5 motorway. Dartmoor National Park and the river exe are within easy driving distance. The inn offers 4 clean and comfortable en suite bedrooms, each with TV and tea/coffee making facilities. The property is full of character, with a friendly atmosphere which is accentuated by its welcoming staff. A cooked breakfast is offered with room price. Free private parking is offered on site. In a suburban village, this inn is 3.2 miles from Digby railway station and 4 miles from Exeter city centre. It's 6.5 miles from Exeter International Airport. Exminster is an ancient village associated with a Saxon minster or religious community, founded here in the 8th century and left by King Alfred the Great to his youngest son Aethelweard in his will of 889. In the 14th century, it was the seat of the Courtenay family, the Earls of Devon. William Courtenay, who was the Archbishop of Canterbury from 1381 to 1396, was born here. Exminster is a major part of the electoral ward of Kenn Valley. Its population at the above census was 5,906 Exminster Marshes, to the east of the village, are a major site for birds, especially migratory ones including the rare cirl bunting.