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Northernhay Gardens, Exeter

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Quayside lodging provides access to restaurants and pubs with a hip, urban vibe. Exeter's city center is dotted with both boutique hotels and hotel chains that are near shopping and museums. Consider a B&B near the Exeter Cathedral for a peaceful and scenic stay close to the city's main architectural attraction.
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  • In a quite often cacophonic world of noises, cars, traffic and ads, we do need to have a recharging place: Northernhay Gardens are it! Fabulous green, clean grounds, beautiful welcoming tress, peacefu...  more »
  • Exeter is so lucky to have this traditional park despite local authority cut-backs. The gardens are full of interesting plant species and smell gorgeous now that the roses and azaleas are out. The gar...  more »
  • Great views... see the prison and city views, and back of The Castle.Beautiful grounds. War memorial. Adjoins Rougemount gardens  more »
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  • Very pretty and well maintained gardens. I was surprised by the fact that the place was not overcrowded on the weekend. It does have a nice view if you go to the northern edge. Very green and full of flowers and trees. There's plenty of benches to sit on as well. Some statues and boards with data. Well worth a visit.
  • Nice little area to get away from the hustle and bustle of the town.
  • Beautiful gardens, a real shame that there are so many discarded glass bottles littering it.
  • Beautiful gardens and grounds
  • Lovely historical garden