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Lympstone Manor Exmouth - 3.6 miles away
‘The food is, of course, the highlight, closely followed by the extremely comfortable room, lovely surroundings and professional, friendly service.’
Southernhay House - Third Night Free Special Offer Exeter - 3.8 miles away
‘One of the loveliest hotel experiences I’ve had in a long time,’ writes a Guide inspector in 2019, of a stay at this ‘romantic’ Georgian town house, ‘on a pretty square’ a stroll from the cathedral.
The City Gate Exeter - 4.1 miles away
Abutting the Roman city walls, this style-savvy red brick old coaching inn (Young’s Brewery) has a lively atmosphere. Inside, a host of interesting curios including a vintage sewing machine, a ship’s masthead, and splashes of colour lend a quirky yet unpretentious vibe. Microbrewed drinks and traditional pub classics are served all day in the buzzy restaurant. In balmy weather, diners spill on to the large beer garden. ‘Boutiquey’ bedrooms are themed (water, wool, cotton).
The Nobody Inn Exeter - 7 miles away
Buried deep in the countryside, Sue Burdge’s inn is so much the model of an olde worlde Devon pub that it ‘could have been created by a set designer’.
The Cridford Inn Exeter - 8 miles away
Possibly the oldest inn in England, with a medieval wooden window pre-dating glass, this thatched village pub in the Teign valley is ‘a gem’.
Hotel Riviera Sidmouth - 10 miles away
Elizabeth Barrett (not yet Browning) would have known this ‘charming, traditional’ white stucco seafront hotel when she moved to Sidmouth in 1832 for the balmy climate.
The Pig at Combe Honiton - 13 miles away
‘A superb hotel,’ reports a trusted reader in 2019, of Robin Hutson’s Elizabethan manor at the end of a mile-long drive.
Orestone Manor Torquay - 13 miles away
In sub-tropical gardens with views over Lyme Bay, the D’Allen family’s hotel occupies a grand Georgian manor house, once home to John Callcott Horsley, designer of the first Christmas card.
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