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The Heart of Devon: Exquisite Exeter

The historic city of Exeter lies at the heart of the beautiful county of Devon amidst coastal splendour and architectural treasures. It boasts an unrivalled selection of alluring landmarks, natural beauty and cosmopolitan culture houses guaranteed to leave visitors desperate to return.

Historical Majesty

Begin your historical odyssey in the beating heart of Exeter, Castle Quarter. In a verdant sanctuary away from the bustle of the city centre lies Exeter Castle, a Norman structure dating back to 1068 whose gatehouse is the oldest standing castle building in the entirety of Britain. Follow the City Wall Trail for an exciting insight into the history of the 2000 year old wall, which was the site of many historical events. Next, marvel at the Gothic splendour of Exeter Cathedral, an incredibly beautiful example of architecture that features prismatic stained class windows and a swooping nave. Red Coat Tours offer visitors free walking tours of the city, upon which guests will uncover legends, history and modern magnificence of the city. Many tours begin from the Cathedral Quarter and it's an ideal way to uncover the hidden treasures of the city; choose from tailored tours detailing everything from murder and mayhem, the woollen cloth trade and forgotten Exeter.

Metropolitan Magnificence of the High Street

Return to modern times with a visit to Exeter's vibrant and energetic high street. Wander the opulent interior of the Guildhall before indulging in some retail therapy at the Guildhall Shopping Centre, an expansive structure bursting with kaleidoscopic clothes stores and independent retailers. Break for gorgeously traditional cream tea in the Hidden Treasure Tea Room, drinking aromatic blends from delicate china cups while nibbling upon freshly baked scones covered in thick cream and sweet strawberry jam. A visit to the critically acclaimed Royal Albert Memorial Museum is the next activity upon your Exeter agenda; marvel at the Victorian splendour of the magnificent building before embarking upon a voyage through English history. Ascend the Roman Wall in order to enjoy panoramic city views and refreshing gusts of the ocean breeze. A tranquil stroll down the tree line street of Southernhay will reveal Exeter's Georgian elegance; the beautiful street features majestic townhouses and tranquil gardens in which to rest and rejuvenate.

Explore the Glittering Quayside

Exeter's Quayside is an eclectic wonderland of dynamic modern design, bespoke boutiques and historical charm. Hire a quaint row boat to float upon the idyllic waters, drinking in stunning sights and listening to the convivial sounds from vibrant bars and restaurants. Complete your visit to exter with the gastronomical delights synonymous with The Hunstman Inn. Enjoy an unforgettable dining experience in the ancient thatched cottage, enjoying refined, creative cuisine beside the smouldering logs of the fireplace. Sample the locally sourced lusciousness of hand reared beef, freshly caught fish and succulent pork loin in an intimate and inviting atmosphere.