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All reviews quiet square city centre car park parking opposite lovely hotel cooked breakfast large bathroom top floor breakfast was excellent night's sleep pay and display train station bed was comfortable one night stay very pleasant stay booked this hotel full english
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Reviewed 17 June 2011

We only stayed one night in the Queens Court but were very impressed by the standard and comfort of the room and the peaceful location. Well suited for a brief stroll into Exeter and its sights we would stay here again and recommend it to anyone on a short stay. We drive down and had no issues parking in the small carpark nearby which seems quite cheap and for which the hotel issues a voucher for overnight parking so we felt this was very reasonable. If you like tapas do check out El Bocado about 10 minutes walk away which offers a truly excellent meal.

Stayed: June 2011, travelled as a couple
Thank JayneHTB
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Reviewed 13 June 2011

My wife booked this hotel as a little break for us and we were not dissapointed. The staff were very friendly and nothing wa to much trouble for them. We booked the restaurant for our evening meal, the food was excellent and the setting was lovely. I would highly recommend this hotel and we will be going back soon.

  • Stayed: June 2011, travelled as a couple
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Thank Timberdesign
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Reviewed 7 June 2011

We stayed at the Queenscourt for 3 nights and very much enjoyed our stay. Paul at the front desk was a wealth of local knowledge and really enhanced our time in Exeter. The rooms are a good size and the hotel facilities are more than adequate. Free parking in the lot opposite the hotel was a nice touch. The only small gripe is lack of free wifi but this may be addressed shortly.

  • Stayed: June 2011, travelled with family
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1  Thank DaveML
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Reviewed 2 May 2011

I stayed at the Queens Court on the off chance in a single en-suite room. It was at a good price, off the cuff with breakfast as an option. The room was clean ,tidy and uo todate with the interior layout having sky tv, ready hot water for the bath/shower unit with modern clean white ceramic fittings, nice textiles and furnishings with the usual tea/coffee available at your own discretion. The bar and dining room was bright and airey with modern furnishings and textiles. Good wholesome cooked breakfast and buffet breakfast at a good price. The hotel is in a pleasant location within easy reach of St.Davids train station and/or central train station at the basic standard rate in a taxi!

Room Tip: Central location between both train stations.
  • Stayed: March 2011, travelled on business
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1  Thank Caleb54
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Reviewed 25 April 2011

The Queens Court Hotel - Exeter

Upon arriving Exeter Railway Station, the walk to the hotel was pleasantly easy! Located about 3 minutes from the Railway Station, Queens Court Hotel is in a beautiful court surrounded by pretty Georgian houses and a massive Public Car park in the centre! The hotel is also a pleasant and safe walk away to the town centre and the Quay.
We got in just a little after 10.30 am and check in is not until 2 pm. Greeted by a cheerful receptionist who checked us in swiftly but had to leave our luggage as the rooms were not yet ready. We then head off to the Town Centre to join the 11 am Red Badge tour of Exeter - its Cathedral and City Wall! Made it just in time and just realised that it was a free tour! This was definitely a great way to begin our mini break as we had a passionate guide which oozed a lot of enthusiasm about Exeter’s history. Happy!

Went back to the hotel and happy to find out that our room was ready, the classic inspired rooms were surprisingly big with high ceilings, King Sized bed, well furnished and had a large bathroom! The hotel has a bar lounge and an in house Restaurant ‘The Olive Tree’. Decor for both the bar lounge and restaurant was opulent and has a great spacious layout! Our first night’s sleep was peaceful, especially having had a long bath that afternoon. The shower pressure was great and complimentary toiletries were a treat.

The next day, a scrumptious Easter Breakfast awaited us at the restaurant. The continental breakfast was divine with poached fig, syrup blanched apricot and varieties of fresh fruits were on offer. Of course, the regular cereal and 4 kinds of fruit juice was a delight. If that wasn’t enough, a cooked British breakfast was on offer, but I opted for the Salmon and scrambled eggs instead. Lavazza percolated coffee is just the right drink, to start a day trip at the Riviera. Heavenly Easter Breakfast indeed!
We came back to the room after a day at the Devon coastline and another thorough stroll at the Exeter Village as well as a closer study of the Cathedral. My partner and I decided to have dinner at the hotel’s restaurant - The Olive Tree one night. This was definitely one of our highlights on the little break. After ordering the trio of lamb for the other half, the Best of British (3 course meal) for me, we had a complimentary soup and home baked bread. My partner is not usually a fan of any soup but both of us just melted at the superb taste. What followed was an exquisite mains, with a zingy set of sorbet to finish it off (this had us wanting for more, especially the blueberry one). Kudos to the restaurants Chef for the great food, combined with a service oriented team, no wonder The Olive Tree has Two AA Rosette Award.

All in all, The Queens Court Hotel, Exeter was a delightful surprise which made our mini UK adventure a memorable one.

  • Stayed: April 2011, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank romanida
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