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Found this lovely place scouring on the internet for a two night break so that we could do some shopping in Exeter. The hotel is situated in a fantastic location not more than 20 minutes away from Park and Ride facilities to get you into the city. The accommodation was clean comfortable and spacious. ...
The reception, bar and cleaning staff were very helpful, polite and very friendly. We were also lucky to get a parking spot outside the hotel, we then had taxi service which was not all all expensive.
The Southgate doesn't change from year to year, it's reliable, clean and the staff are friendly. Everything went smoothly, the room was good for an overnight stay and the gym and swimming pool were clean and everything was working. The only slight quibble would be the lack of food available in the ...
Pleasant staff, clean room, breakfast good. Did not have a evening meal. If you go in to Dartmouth in the evening remember to book taxis both ways as very few around.
Very attentive staff. Lovely room with a massive window & excellent view. Good choice at breakfast time. Evening meal was a deal - portions were rather small. A surprise to have to pay an additional £7 a night parking.
Great friendly staff. Comfortable stay. Close to amenities to walk to. Easy check in and check out.
A spa hotel in Devon, either inland towards Dartmoor or in one of the big urban centres nearer the coast such as Plymouth or Exeter, offers better and more specialised facilities and services than a regular hotel. A bit of pampering never did anyone any harm, and it will probably do you a lot of good to enjoy a healthy environment and some spa treatments on your break in this rich and varied county.
The premium spa hotels in Devon offer a range of treatments such as steam bath and sauna, and you'll have access to an indoor pool and sometimes an outdoor one too. Exercise facilities will be on-site with all the latest equipment, and you can call on the advice of a personal trainer in some spa hotels. Check out the facilities in the area you're interested in and see whether they have the ones you need. Some spa hotels offer yoga classes, for instance, whilst others specialise in homeopathic treatments.
The spa hotels of Devon come in all shapes and sizes, and tend to be on the outskirts of cities like Exeter. This has the advantage of allowing guests easy access to the city attractions and a good range of shopping opportunities. These hotels provide their guests with luxury guestroom accommodation, often themed and featuring such things as designer bathroom products, home entertainment systems and complimentary bathrobes. Gourmet dining is also usual, with show cooking and top chefs in some cases, along with a distinctly elegant and refined ambience throughout. If you're in Devon on business a spa hotel will allow you the space you need to relax both body and mind between hectic meetings and crucial deals or presentations.
Be sure to book ahead before arriving at a spa hotel in Plymouth or Torquay, or whatever your destination is. That way, you'll have the time needed to settle in before your treatments start. Timing is also important, and many spa hotel guests prefer to book treatments for the evening before they retire for the night.