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Nice hotel, great location. Friendly staff and room was clean althpugh could do with some tlc. Spotlight cover was hanging off and the bedside tables had water damage and were peeling and warped.
Conveniently situated by j29 of the m5, the hotel was clean, comfortable, friendly staff and a decent breakfast selection. It is not 5 star, but very good for a quick overnight stop.
Hotel is fine if you just need a basic place to stay. Close to Exeter City Centre and reasonable sized room. It just lacks some basic amenities that I would normally expect at a Mercure (mini fridge, gym, shower caps, tissues, moisturiser). Cleaning wasn’t thorough with clumps of hairs left on the ...
Hotel is well priced and about 20 mins walk to the town or sea front. My room was a self catering one and as such had lots of space. The decor is rather dated but perfectly functionable. Breakfast was a reasonable standard. Staff were very friendly and helpful. Lift not working but no big deal for ...
Booked for a gin making experience at Salcombe gin & wasn’t disappointed with the pub. Fantastic quality rooms fitted out in a modern style. Excellent location right in the town and a short stroll to the gin factory. All the staff were friendly and efficient. Great breakfast and decent pub food too. ...
Though the room was small, it had a comfortable 4 poster bed and everything I needed. The staff were pleasant and both evening meal and breakfast were delicious. Don’t expect something too fancy, as this 16th Century hostelry is more character than luxury. Very good value. The Wi-fi is intermittent, ...
Devon is one of the United Kingdom's most varied and interesting counties, with attractions both natural and cultural for all the family. The famous coastline of coves and bays, and great historic cities such as Exeter and Plymouth, attract tourists throughout the year, and they have a great range of different accommodation options to choose from when they get here. The elegant three star hotels in picturesque towns like Barnstaple, or indeed in the capital Exeter, make an excellent choice if you're looking for good accommodation at a reasonable price. There are many to choose from but any one of them will provide you with a great base for your holiday in this most fascinating of England's counties.
Devon's three star hotels provide you with all the facilities and services you need for a wonderful break here. Thanks to the county's excellent transport system you'll always be within fairly easy reach of attractions such as the stunning Arlington Court, magnificent Powderham Castle or the tranquil peace of Bicton Botanical Gardens. Many of the three star hotels you come across in Devon are in great historic centres like Exeter, where you'll have a whole collection of cultural attractions right on your doorstep. The facilities in many of these establishments include the likes of a fitness centre, and they'll all have reception and lounge-bar areas in which you can relax with refreshments. WiFi will be available in public parts of the hotel, and other standard services will include laundry and dry-cleaning.
Where high-speed broadband internet connectivity was once the preserve of the business community, it is now available across the board, and in Devon's three star hotels the leisure guest as well as the company rep will invariable have access to it. There are many excellent three star hotels to choose from in towns like Plymouth and Exeter, but even closer to the wilds of Dartmoor and Exmoor you'll find the local three star hotels make a great base for exploring the surrounding towns and countryside. If you enjoy all the comforts of home to get the day started and to return to at the end of it, then a three star hotel in Devon is the perfect option during your stay here.
What attracts most visitors to Devon is the great variety of landscapes and coastline features, and the sense that this is not an overcrowded county by any means. Thanks to the hidden valleys, coves and inlets which break up much of the coastline, Devon always feels rural and sparsely populated even during the high summer season. Boating and surfing enthusiasts come here from across the United Kingdom, and areas like Dartmoor are perfect for walkers and ramblers. Head up to the north coast and you'll find Europe's favourite beach at Woolacombe, right next to the remote beauty of Exmoor and the delightful funicular railway that links Lynton and Lynmouth. A three star hotel in somewhere like Clovelly would make the ideal base for seeing these and many other local sights.