One night stopover and got the last room available.We were expecting a cupboard, but scored a huge room with amazing water views.The bathroom was well appointed with a large bath and nice thick towels.We had dinner downstairs in the restaurant which was delicious and efficient despite most of Exmouth having their Xmas parties there that night.Breakfast was OK with cereals toast and hot English breakfast if desired. Although the street is very slightly out of town it has the most amazing and elevated view,and down the road are the houses of famous historical figures (poor Mrs Byron and her daughter to name one). A good choice.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The hotel is situated in a quiet, elevated position on the Exmouth's finest Regency terrace, once home to Lady Nelson and Lady Byron. Visitors are provided with breathtaking views over well-tended gardens of the Devon coastline; from the River Exe to Lyme Bay and the red cliffs of Orcombe Point. For over two centuries, this elegant hotel has offered guests a tradition of genuine hospitality - a tradition that has continued in its present role as Exmouth's finest hotel. Whether you are a business traveller or staying just for pleasure, the Royal Beacon Hotel will exceed your expectations. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Royal Beacon Exmouth
- Royal Beacon Hotel Exmouth, Devon