Plan A Trip to the South West in the City of Exeter
The historical city of Exeter can be found in the county of Devon, in the South West of England. A trip here is great for those who enjoy city breaks as a large family or couple as there is much to see and do here. Choose from a wide selection of accommodation to stay in, from everything to cosy Exeter holiday cottages to luxury holiday apartments in the heart of the city, you will find something for you!
Explore the sights of the city
For those into sightseeing, your first point of call is the Exeter Cathedral. With phenomenal Gothic architecture and a unique Astronomical Clock, the cathedral is one of the most significant and eldest in the whole of England. For those in need of retail therapy whilst staying in holiday cottages in Exeter, make sure you hit the city centre's shops for a great selection of boutiques and stores. Here, you are bound to bump into the Clock Tower, a unique sculpture that has stood in the city since 1877. it is one of the most famous landmarks in the city. Head over to the Princesshay Shopping Centre for further shopping possibilities and it has the advantage of being indoors, so if it rains, you are safe! If you come to England for the shopping, the city of Bristol is only 70 miles away and has a large high street and of course, fantastic cider to try! Exeter is also only 40 miles from the great seaside city of Plymouth, which is perfect for beach holidays. A 30 minute drive later and you can find yourself on the coast in the beautiful location of Exmouth, so if you have rented a car during your holiday, make sure you drive over as you will enjoy the fresh air along the coastline here! Make sure you plan in advance what you want to see and do whilst in the UK.
For entertainment, especially for the kids, make sure you head over to the Clip'n'Climb. With a wide range of climbing activities available for all ages, it is fun for everyone whilst staying in Exeter accommodation. For those up for some exploration, head over to Exeter's Underground Passages for a guided tour into these ancient-old tunnels underground. Rich with history and many puzzles and games, it is perfect for a day out whether you are a large group, a family or as a couple!
If you are stuck for things to do in the evening, head back and put your feet up in your Exeter holiday cottage. Relax in one of the great properties available in the online catalogue and enjoy being away from the stresses of everyday life whilst staying in this great city.