Had a couple of nights here for a stay in Exeter. The room was nice and clean and the owners friendly. The bathroom we had was very small and if you're a size 14 or over you wouldn't fit on the loo without having to open the shower door. The breakfast was nice and the lady serving very courteous and polite. We were very luck to get a parking space outside the building as it was the last one so be ready to trawl the surrounding streets for a spot. Parking in Exeter is difficult at the best of times, but obviously not their fault.
Fine for a night or two.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Set just a stone's throw from the very heart of the city yet in a quiet, leafy location, the Braeside Guesthouse in Exeter, a period listed building, is ideally situated for a city break or business trip. All the major attractions of this bustling Devon city are within walking distance, including the cathedral, the modern Princesshay shopping centre, Exeter College and the University, as well as St David's and Exeter Central railway stations for regular local and intercity connections. With Exeter International Airport and the M5 motorway just twenty minutes away by car (junction 30), the Braeside Guesthouse in Exeter is ideally situated for travellers. The nearby quay and canal basin, famous as the set of the 1970s historic shipping drama, the Onedin Line, are home to numerous cafes and restaurants and the starting point for beautiful waterside walks. The quay provides cycle and boat hire facilities and a range of activities for the more adventurous at the popular Haven Banks outdoor education centre. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Braeside Guesthouse Exeter, Devon