Exeter is an ancient city in Devon, England, rich in history and heritage. It is located on the River Exe, about 36 miles northeast of Plymouth and 65 miles southwest of Bristol. Known for its vibrant culture, stunning architecture, and buzzing food scene, Exeter is a city that effortlessly marries the old with the new. Its history dates back to the Roman era, as evidenced by the well-preserved city walls. The city's centrepiece is the Exeter Cathedral, also known as the Cathedral Church of Saint Peter, an impressive example of Gothic architecture that originates from the early 12th century.
Situated in close proximity to Exeter are a number of interesting towns, villages, and attractions. To the east lies the seaside town of Exmouth, famous for its long sandy beaches and as a gateway to the Jurassic Coast, a UNESCO World Heritage site. The charming village of Topsham, to the southeast, is a port town with Dutch-style houses and a vibrant waterfront. To the north, you'll find the city of Taunton in Somerset, known for its rich history and its location within the scenic Vale of Taunton. Dartmoor National Park, a large area of moorland protected for its natural beauty, is to the southwest and provides ample opportunities for hiking, cycling, and wildlife watching. Finally, a short distance to the west of Exeter, one finds the town of Crediton, a bustling market town rich in history and set amidst Devon's idyllic rolling hills.
3 Catherine Street
This hotel, by the IHG group is located in Exeter City Centre, just 4 minutes walk from the Exeter Central Railway station and very close to Exeter Cathedral and the shopping centre.
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