Whether you’re enjoying a weekend break with friends or visiting on business, Jurys Inn is the perfect base for your stay in Exeter. We know how important it is to find a hotel that’s comfortable and conveniently located, and here in Exeter we’ve made sure we tick all the boxes. So from the moment you step through the door of our stylish hotel, our friendly staff will make sure you feel right at home.
Our Exeter hotel is located on Western Way, just a ten minute walk from Exeter Central and St James Park train stations. We’re also close to the city’s many high street shops, restaurants and bars, so it’s easy to explore from Jurys Inn on foot.
Our hotel in Exeter has 170 stylish rooms, including standard doubles and superior rooms. Our rooms accommodate up to three adults or two adults and two children under 12, and includes:
If you need an accessible room, just let us know when you book. Our wheelchair-friendly bedrooms are designed to the highest specifications and include:
We also have accessible toilets in public areas of the hotel, and lifts to all floors.
If you want to relax after a tiring day in the city or back-to-back business meetings, our on-site bar is the perfect place to unwind. We’ve got a range of drinks on offer, along with tasty bar meals if you’re feeling peckish.
Our in-house restaurant serves up gourmet-style two and three course meals, as well as a kids menu for families, and we’ve even got a Costa Coffee bar where you can recharge with a flat white and make use of our free WiFi.
If you prefer to relax in your room, you can order food right to your door with our room service. A full menu is available from 12pm to 10pm, along with a smaller night menu from 12pm to 6am, with full details on the menu card in your room.
If you’re travelling to Exeter for business, we know how important it is to have first-rate facilities at the hotel. Here at Jurys Inn Exeter we have seven fully-equipped meeting rooms, along with bespoke packages for your meeting, event or seminar. So whether you need refreshments, lunch, or the help of our dedicated events team, we’ve got it covered.
Whether this is your first or fiftieth time Exeter, it always helps to have some extra inspiration and ideas for your stay. Here’s our Exeter team’s pick of the best things to do in the city, from shopping to historical sights, art galleries, parks and more.
If you love to shop til you drop, Princesshay shopping centre is home to more than 70 high street and designer stores spanning women’s fashion, menswear, food and drink, and home decor. Best of all, it’s only a seven minute walk from our Exeter city centre hotel.
We recommend: visiting this glass-roofed shopping centre when it’s a rainy day in Exeter.
Experience the city like never before by downloading the free hand-drawn maps from the Exeter Trails website. The curated trails take you on a walk to discover hidden gems, from cafes to independent boutiques, quirky sights and historic places to interest.
We recommend: the Creativity trail if you want to visit print workshops, yarn and button shops, and the iconic Exeter Phoenix arts venue.
Located just outside of the city, the National Trust’s Killerton House is a great place to visit for an action-packed day trip with or without the kids. On your visit you’ll discover the history of the 18th century estate while exploring the house and wandering through the impressive gardens.
We recommend: checking the National Trust website to find out what’s on at Killerton House during your stay in Exeter.
In the city’s historical West Quarter you’ll find Fore Street, a place full of unusual shops and independent cafes. From quirky homeware shops to vintage boutiques, it’s the perfect place to visit for a completely different shopping experience.
We recommend: Exploring the side-streets and arcades where you’ll discover yet more hidden gems.
Crealy Adventure Park
If you’re visiting Exeter with children, Crealy Adventure Park is the ideal place for a family-friendly day trip. The theme park has all kinds of rides and attractions to enjoy, from The Twister roller coaster to the dinghy water slide, Tidal Wave.
We recommend: booking your tickets online in advance for a discounted rate.
If you want to escape the hustle and bustle of the city centre, Belmont Park is the perfect place to unwind. For the children, there’s a restored sensory garden to explore.
We recommend: on a sunny day, taking a picnic and a ball for a kickabout.
Royal Albert Memorial Museum
Named ‘Museum of the Year’ in 2012, the Royal Albert Memorial Museum explores the history of Exeter and Devon with collections including decorative art, natural history and ethnography. The RAMM is just over 10 minutes from our Exeter hotel on foot.
We recommend: visiting the Behind the Scenes exhibition to find out how museum conservationists actually preserve artefacts.
If you’re planning on exploring beyond Exeter, here are some of the best sights and attractions within driving distance of the city.
For onward journeys to nearby towns and cities, our hotel in Exeter is ideally located just a 15 minute walk from Exeter Central Station and a 5 minute taxi ride from Exeter St Davids station. To help plan the next stage of your journey, here’s a snapshot of how long it takes to reach popular destinations from Jurys Inn Exeter.
Plymouth: one hour by car or one hour by train from Exeter St Davids station
Newquay: one hour 40 minutes by car
Southampton: two hours 35 minutes by car or two hours 10 minutes by train from Exeter St Davids, with one change at Westbury
Bristol: one hour 35 minutes by car or one hour by train from Exeter St Davids
London: three hours 45 minutes by car or two hours 15 minutes from Exeter St Davids to London Paddington