For me Premier inns have one major thing going for them and it is what they advertise on TV,
The beds! They are exceedingly cosy particularly with the choice of various pillows. The TV in this Premier Inn is recommended too, having a large flat widescreen with HTML and USB connections and good reception, not always found in East Devon.
During my stay of 4 nights the room was not made up by the time I returned in the evening at around 5pm. The cleaner looked absolutely shattered and was obviously unable to cope. I didn’t ask her why and as there is usually no reception staff I never found out the cause of such poor service.
I not keen on the personless booking system for these hotels and the pre-payment of meals for the adjacent Brewers Fayre pub/restaurant.
The evening meals in the Brewers Fayre are OK if you like basic pub grub and there is also a themed buffet each evening. The breakfast are good if there are no shortages and the staff has arrived early enough to prepare it.
I will not be using this Premier Inn again for any stays longer than one night as there are many other establishments in this area that are comfortable and have character.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Convenient location, just off of Junction 29 of the M5. Parking is available for a discounted rate of £2.50 per 24 hours for Premier Inn guests. Ten minutes drive from Exeter International Airport and 20 minutes from Exeter St Davids train station and city centre. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Premier Inn Exeter (M5 J29) Devon