- Adrenalin Games Paintball
- Saddles & Paddles
- Exeter Cathedral
- Royal Albert Memorial Museum
- Clip 'n Climb
- Powderham Castle
- Haldon Forest Park
- Devon's Crealy Great Adventure Park
- Paignton Zoo
- Becky Falls, Dartmoor National Park
- Canonteign Waterfalls and Country Park, Christow
- Pennywell Farm Activity Centre
- World of Country Life, Exmouth
- Underground Passages, medieval tours under Exeter
- Westpoint Exeter exhibition and events venue
- Exmouth Beach on the Jurassic Coastline
- Stuart Line Cruises boat trips
Closest Convention Centre: Westpoint Arena
Distance from Hotel: 1.86 MI/ 3 KM South East
Discover the rugged moorland, peaceful river valleys and pretty villages of Dartmoor National Park, 30 minutes' drive from the hotel. You can explore by car, on foot, by bike or even on horseback. Pick up a map at one of the park's Visitor Centres. Stop for tea in the charming thatched village of Lustleigh, or take in the views from Hound Tor, said to have inspired "The Hound of the Baskervilles".
The fossil cliffs of the Jurassic Coast are a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and only 30 minutes' drive from the hotel. You can hunt for ammonites and brachiopods in Seaton, Pinhay Bay or Budleigh Salterton, or visit the underground Beer Quarry Caves. Follow the well-marked South West Coast Path that the links the villages all along the coast to enjoy panoramic clifftop views.
Don't Go Home Without
You can take a free hour-long tour of Exeter's grand, 12th-century cathedral, in the city centre three miles from the hotel. Look out for the 15th-century astronomical clock, and look up to admire the impressive Gothic vaulted ceiling. Book in advance to climb the North Tower for great views over the city. Afterwards you can stop in for afternoon tea with scones and cakes at the Cathedral Café.
Book in advance to explore the fascinating medieval passages beneath Exeter city centre, a vaulted subterranean network that brought clean water to the city during the 14th century. You'll get the chance to see a film and archaeological artefacts discovered beneath the city, before popping on a hard hat to go underground. School holidays are especially busy, so book early if you plan a visit.