"Beautiful character hotel with terrific amenities "
One of the very best hotel experiences I've ever had. Lots of character in the building, great variety of spaces (lounge, library, patio, lawn), fascinating indoor/outdoor pool. Restaurant was creative and excellent value. Some pleasing and surprising extras - free paper and minibar.
Traveller from Vancouver
The Magdalen Chapter sits centrally in Exeter neighbouring Southernhay the hotel lives within an iconic landmark Exeter …More
The hotel is Geogian and has character although it is in need of attention. The window sills look very tatty and the bannister is dangerous, it actually came apart as we ascended the stairs. The car park is very small and if there are no spaces you use the the pay and display car park opposite the hotel and its gate is locked at midnight. It is difficult to drive in/out without scraping the car on the bushes on both sides. They need trimming back more. The room size was reasonable and there was plenty of drawer space but only one chair to relax on. The bed was firm but the pillows were too hard for my liking. The wall clock had no battery. There was no shelf by the sink for toilet bags or electric toothbrush charger. There was a heated towel rail which was good but it would be better positioned on the wall instead of the radiator rather than over the toilet. The toilet roll holder was coming away from the wall. The shower door fell out due to the frame being loose, I managed to fix this. The extractor fan did not work in our room. I advise taking earplugs to avoid being woken by seagulls at 4am. Breakfast is good despite little choice of cereals. Staff are friendly and each day we were supplied with 2 bottles of water and biscuits as well as tea & coffee.
Traveller from London
St. Olaves Court Hotel has a total of 15 ensuite bedrooms including 2 suites. St. Olaves is an attractive Grade II listed …More
Devon’s principal town, Exeter is not only an historical city but also a lively student centre. Don’t miss the medieval cathedral, one of England’s finest, while the Royal Albert Memorial Museum houses one of England’s best provincial collections. Visitors can take a cruise from Exeter Quayside and visit the quaint port of Topsham. Bicton Gardens is a popular outing and Exeter is also handily placed for exploring Dartmoor and the English Riviera.
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