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Exeter

From £55 per night
0.1 miles

Situated in the centre of the historic city of Exeter, these fantastic serviced apartments offer peace and flexibility in the capital of Devon. Spacious and modern, West Street Mews by SITU offers business and leisure travellers alike a place to call home whilst exploring the South West. Each apartment has a comfortable living area and a fully equipped kitchen, whilst the bedrooms create a calming atmosphere for the perfect night's sleep. Many beds can be split creating two smaller singles at 2.6ft each, perfect for children sharing bedrooms. A welcome pack is provided to help guests settle in and a weekly housekeeping service is included. All guest have access to additional cleaning equipment and supplies upon request.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Exeter

From £95 per night
0.2 miles

Smythen Street Serviced Apartment is located in the heart of Exeter’s city centre. Guests have superb access to transport links with Exeter Airport located only a 15-minute drive away. As well as this, guests can find restaurants, shops and other amenities all within walking distance. This bright and open-plan apartment consists of two cosy bedrooms, a modern fully-equipped kitchen and a relaxing living area. A fresh bathroom which comprises of both a bath and a separate shower is also provided.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Exeter

From £120 per night
0.3 miles

This wonderfully rustic four-bedroom apartment is located close to the River Exe in Exeter. West View Terrace Serviced Apartment has a homely and characterful feel and includes a cute courtyard garden. There are wooden floorboards throughout much of the property and the lounge is a cosy space with a wall-mounted flat screen TV and a vertical radiator, along with attractive furniture and decor that gives a cultured, yet bohemian, feel. The fully equipped kitchen includes a well-made dining table.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Exeter

From £105 per night
0.3 miles

On a quiet residential cul-de-sac, a short walk from Exeter High Street, the Kimberley Road Serviced Apartment provides one bedroom accommodation for those coming to stay in Exeter on business. Up to four guests can stay, with the inclusion of a sofa bed, enjoying a range of great facilities and even on-site parking. Located within a period building in rooms with typically high ceilings and a lovely, individual feel, it makes a flexible and homely space for longer stays.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Exeter

From £155 per night
0.4 miles

In the Southernhay part of Exeter city centre, an area synonymous with accountancy, property and legal firms, Dean Clarke House serviced accommodation has three bedrooms and delivers an elegant setting for guests. This is an ideal facility for business travellers and has a gym, concierge, business facilities and on-site parking, as well as luxurious amenities in the house, such as the fully-equipped kitchen, fitted wardrobes and free-standing bath. The communal areas provide an opulent backdrop.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Exeter

From £48 per night
0.4 miles

Located within a short walk of Exeter's historic city centre and Quayside. A modern and fully equipped studio apartment, Charlotte Mews offers both business and leisure travellers alike a base whilst working or exploring the South West. A welcome pack is provided to help guests settle in and a weekly housekeeping service is included for those staying longer than 7 nights. All guest have access to additional cleaning equipment and supplies upon request.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Exeter

From £149 per night
0.7 miles

This renovated three bedroom property can accommodate up to seven guests in the centre of Exeter. Howell Road serviced accommodation is situated within an old cottage-style property that provides an overall quirky feel for guests during their stay. That said, it has all the facilities to ensure maximum convenience, including a fully equipped kitchen, laundry facilities, TV and Wi-Fi. Parking is also available on-site, although the property is well-situated for businesses and amenities.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Exeter

From £65 per night
0.8 miles

St. Sidwell's Serviced Townhouses offer contemporary two bedroom accommodation just a stone's throw away from Exeter's city centre. The ground floor offers a galley-style kitchen on entrance to the open-plan living area with a dining area and living space with a comfortable sofa and flat-screen television. There is a downstairs W/C whilst upstairs offers a shower room and two bedrooms, guests will find large double beds provided which can be split into twin beds on request.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Exeter

From £90 per night
0.9 miles

Situated in beautiful grounds, the Old Lodge serviced accommodation is an individual one bedroom property close Exeter University and Exeter St David’s Railway Station. All the rooms are of a good size and include a family bathroom, a fully equipped kitchen and an open plan lounge/diner, with a dedicated work desk in one corner and even a table football table. The bedroom includes a wardrobe and has doors that open out onto a decked garden. Two parking spaces are also available for booking.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Exeter

From £230 per night
1.4 miles

Amid the Victorian terraces of Exeter’s near-town suburbs, Stuart House serviced accommodation is a well-furnished property that feels very modern but boasts the high ceilings and bay windows of an older house. The property has an open plan living area that includes a kitchen and seating with a wall-mounted TV, and there is a beautifully presented garden with some decking and outdoor furniture. Each of the three bedrooms has its own wall-mounted Smart TV and there is also a family bathroom.

Min. Stay 3 nights

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About Exeter

Overview

Exeter is a friendly cathedral city in the heart of South West England. The city is also where our HQ is based, along with our fantastic range of Exeter serviced apartments.


About Exeter

Exeter and its 130,000 population are based in Devon in the South West of England. Its significance as the heart of the county is magnified by the intersecting River Exe. It is Devon’s largest and flows from the English Channel in the south right through to Exmoor to the north. The area furthermore segregates itself from the rest of the county thanks to the 2000-year-old city wall.

There is no mistaking that both Exeter and Devon are considered amongst the best places to live in the UK. A report produced by Arcadis found that Exeter outscored every other British city in terms of quality of life. This took into account aspects such as mortality rates, cost of living, the amount of green space and crime rate.

What’s more, the city ranks amongst the top ten for infrastructural performance. This sees Exeter score well in regard to ultrafast broadband access, public transport, and traffic congestion. Furthermore, the most recent safety report found that Exeter was also one of the top ten safest cities in England and Wales. Feeling safe and secure in a new place is vital for anyone. Results such as these mean new arrivals to the city staying in Exeter aparthotels are put at immediate ease.

HISTORY

Much of the appeal of Exeter also comes from its rich history. Historians first acknowledge Exeter as a Roman town born as early as 50AD. The land was used in a bid to become an administrative centre of the region. Throughout the trials and tribulations of the following centuries, it was the famous cathedral, built in the eleventh century that maintained Exeter’s powerful status.

The historic structure epitomises the city’s heritage. Demolished and rebuilt on several occasions throughout its 950-year history, today it still stands as one of the UK’s greatest cathedrals and finest examples of Gothic architecture. Naturally, the historic site attracts its own following of tourists, of which many opt to stay SITU’s Exeter furnished housing within easy walking distance.

Alongside the cathedral though, there are many other attractions which display Exeter’s fine history. History enthusiasts could visit the Royal Albert Museum, Exeter’s Underground Passages or even the Guildhall on the High Street. Therefore, it is worthwhile taking the Red Coat Guided Tour. These tours provide a great way for those staying in Exeter furnished short lets or short term accommodation to quickly learn more about the city’s past when they initially arrive.

BUSINESS & ECONOMY

The economy of Exeter rightly catches the eye of those looking to migrate. Exeter leads over Plymouth and Torquay as the largest urban centre in rural Devon, home to over 4,000 registered businesses. The city has also continued to be amongst the top ten cities for Gross Value Added, and this trend is only set to continue.

It is for reasons such as these that around 35,000 commuters located close to Exeter travel to the city every day. Many hope their newfound work will allow them to take advantage of the average city centre footfall of over 1.3 million people each month, as well as a recent £500 million investment into the area. It comes as no surprise that the city is listed as the fifth lowest in the UK for unemployment. Evidently, those choosing to stay in Exeter corporate housing have every opportunity of enhancing or changing their career path. This also, of course, applies to University of Exeter students looking at shared houses.

The commitment of mass employers to situate themselves here, such as the Met Office, Pennon Group PLC and Flybe, also proves the capability of the local business climate. Moreover, it encourages more and more businesses to relocate here. This has meant a significant population continue to opt to book stays in SITU's Exeter corporate accommodation boasting great city centre locations.

THE BEAUTY OF EXETER

Exeter is defined by more than just its booming economy though. Moving to Exeter also means moving to a city full of natural beauty. As well as the lovely historic sites we have already mentioned, Exeter's own unique attractions, such as the iconic Quay, help express the city's distinctive character. There are plenty of good places to eat and drink across Exeter, but it may be worth heading down to the Exeter Quay instead. Here, visitors can hire a kayak, go climbing or sailing, check out a variety of eateries or find a good pub or night club, all in one place.

There are plenty of green spaces across Exeter too. On the outskirts of Exeter city centre, there is Mincinglake Valley Park, Riverside Valley Park, the picturesque Pinces Gardens, Bury Meadow Park and many more. They mix well with Exeter's urban scene to create an environment blessed with diversity.

To fulfil your greater outdoors fix even further, you could travel a little beyond the city. Why not spend the day visiting the coastal towns of Dawlish Warren, Exmouth or Sidmouth? Each of these seaside locations are around a forty-five minutes drive away.

Alternatively, perhaps the most popular attractor of tourists to Devon is Dartmoor National Park. Covering almost 1,000 square kilometres, the Park has so much to offer for families, particularly those who are hiking enthusiasts. You may end up driving a few extra miles, but the day-out is completely worth it. It could involve starting with a lovely stroll along the beautiful moors before finishing with some food and drink in a classic Devonshire pub or restaurant.

Ultimately, Exeter is our hometown. This is where our journey began and where our head office is. Therefore, we provide the best Exeter aparthotels on the market in a city blessed with wonderful attractions, a blossoming economy and a rich history.

Transport

Exeter International Airport (EXT)

Just outside the city centre is Exeter International Airport (EXT), voted in recent years as the ‘happiest’ airport in regard to customer satisfaction. Most importantly, the airport handles the travel of around one million passengers each year to destinations all over the globe.

The airport is only a five-minute car journey from both the city centre and the M5 motorway. The city's train stations are no further than ten minutes away by car too. Furthermore, upon request, across our Exeter accommodation, airport taxi transfers can be arranged.

By Bus

Stagecoach South West is the main bus operator in Exeter, which accompanies National Express, the biggest operator of longer-distance coach services in the city.

If you are moving to Exeter as a keen bus-user, it is worthwhile investing in a PlusBus ticket. This ticket enables unlimited bus travel across participating operators’ (including Stagecoach) services across the entire urbanity of Exeter. We can also help visitors to the city choose Exeter serviced apartments which benefit from guests required bus route stops.

By Train

The city of Exeter is blessed with an array of functioning railway stations. Within the city centre, there is a collection of Exeter stations; St David's, St Thomas and Central. These stations run along the Great Western Railway and South Western Railway lines, which St David's also runs along the Cross Country route.

Outside the city to the east is Polsloe Bridge, Pinhoe, Digby & Sowton, Newcourt, Topsham and Cranbrook. Whilst Polsloe and Cranbrook run along the South Western Railway Line, the others run along the Great Western Railway line.