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Welcome to Melbury Guest House

Address: 4 Queens Crescent, Exeter, EX4 6AY

Telephone: 01392 204 351 01392 204 351

Hotel Description

Whether you are on a company meeting or family trip, hotels really are a popular choice in which to stay. However, there are plenty of people that still prefer guest houses over posh and costly hotels. For years, Melbury guest house continues to offer great service and value, combined with a warm cosy atmosphere, attention to detail & personal touches, charming & affordable. Our Location is perfect for visiting the City, fantastic for shopping, close to all public transport, Restaurants Bars, Museums, Underground passages Exeter’s University & Law courts, all within walking distance. Melbury House is now self catering guest accommodation. Guests have use of a fully equipped Kitchen communal guest lounge dinning room & outside courtyard.

Our Facilities

  • Parking Facilities
  • City Centre Location
  • Ironing Service
  • Bridal Suite
  • Internet Services
  • Wifi Available
  • Luxury Accommodation
  • City Breaks

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Great room in a charming house. Host and facilities were perfect for our short stay in Exeter.

- 30th May, 2017
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Perfect Stay
Simply a perfect stay. 11/10. Clean, tidy and stunning house. Close to the high street, parking was easy to find outside (even the day I finished work early and arrived before parking restrictions ended, I was given a parking permit free of charge.. All you have to do it ask. Would strongly suggest booking this place right away. Already booked a future two stays here.

Toby - 30th May, 2017
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Would Definitely Recommend
We had a really lovely stay here! Great location, beautiful room and lots of utilities made available! Would definitely recommend to people looking for somewhere to stay without breaking the bank!

Becka - 30th May, 2017
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Excellent stay, fully recommended. Also included parking.

Andy - 30th May, 2017
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Wish We Were Staying Longer
We stayed here for one night and only wish we were staying longer. The stay at this guesthouse was simply superb and I've never slept so well in my entire life. The bed was so incredibly comfortable. Would definitely recommend and stay again.

Laurence - 30th Apr, 2017
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Attractions - Melbury Guest House

The University of Exeter - University

The University of Exeter - University

Distance 0.6 miles (0.96 km)
The University of Exeter, established in 1955, is a public institution situated in Devon, England with 14,255 students (2007-2008) all over its three campuses. Exeter has three campuses: Streatham and St Lukes (both of which are in Exeter), and Tremough in Cornwall. The University conducts specialized courses in Archaeology, Business Management, Classic Ancient History, Computer Science, Drama & Dance, Economics, English, French, Geography, German, Italian, Mathematics, Statistics, Physics, Astronomy, Psychology, Religious Studies and more.

Exeter St Davids Railway Station - Railway Station

Exeter St Davids Railway Station - Railway Station

Distance 0.77 miles (1.23 km)
Exeter St Davids station is the most important of seven National Rail stations in the city of Exeter in southwest England. It was opened in May 1844 by the Bristol and Exeter Railway (B&ER), although operated at first by the Great Western Railway, which absorbed the B&ER in 1876. Today the station is owned by Network Rail and operated by First Great Western. The station currently has six platforms: five are bi-directional through lines, while the sixth is an east-facing bay normally used only for stabling trains. The station is served, in order of frequency, by Wessex Trains, First Great Western, Virgin Trains, South West Trains, and Arriva Trains Wales.

Exeter Centre - Town Centre

Exeter Centre - Town Centre

Distance 0.78 miles (1.24 km)
Exeter is a stunning city and is the regional capital of the South West and gateway to the regions magnificent coast and country ensuring its place as one of the most popular tourist destinations in the UK. A confident, exciting city, Exeter welcomes visitors all year round to share its captivating 2000 year history. Exeter was established as the most westerly Roman outpost in around AD50. Parts of the Roman walls still stand. When it was captured by the Normans in 1068 Exeter was one of England's largest towns. The ruins of the castle built by William the Conqueror from distinctive local sand stone now form part of the Rougemont (red hill) Gardens.

Exeter Golf And Country Club - Exeter - Golf

Exeter Golf And Country Club - Exeter - Golf

Distance 2.67 miles (4.27 km)
Welcome to Exeter Golf And Country Club. We have a lively and competitive section which includes the Ladies, Seniors and of course an active and growing Junior section. Exeter Golf And Country Club was designed by the famous James Braid, Situated in the beautiful grounds belonging to the magnificent mansion which is now the clubhouse. Braid found the rich Devon soil perfect for golf and he took great care to leave some of the fine old trees intact. The Oaks, Limes, Redwoods and Horse Chestnuts helped him to lay out a magnificent golf course. It is an 18 hole par 69 (72 ladies) course. Over 6008 yards for men and 5552 yards for ladies. Other facilities include a large practice putting green, a chipping area and a grass driving range for use with your own balls.