Matford Belvedere

Bed and Breakfast in Exminster, Devon

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Deepway Lane

Matford Belvedere, Exminster

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This charming sandstone lodge is set in 25 acres with spectacular views over the hills of Devon offers comfortable Bed & Breakfast and is situated in an excellent location for business and leisure with ample safe parking for most types of trailers

Convenient for the M5, Exeter, Westpoint Exhibition Centre,Matford Business Park Dartmoor, Topsham and local beaches. Matford Belvedere's twin-bedded ground floor room overlooks the garden and surrounding countryside has colour television and hot drinks facility, with its en suite bathroom including bath and shower. Matford Belvedere's twin-bedded room overlooks the garden and surrounding countryside has colour television and hot drinks facility, The village of Exminster with good facilities is just 1 mile away.

The beautiful Cathedral and University city of Exeter. Powderham Castle, the historic home of the Earl of Devon, National Trust Properties, The beaches of Dawlish, Teignmouth, Exmouth and Budleigh Salterton. The estuary town of Topsham is a magnet for boating enthusiasts and bird watchers the wilds of Dartmoor and Exmoor.

Haldon Forest with its nature trails, walks and view points for birds of prey. The racecourses of Exeter and Newton Abbot Sea fishing from Exmouth. The local golf course in Exminster (which is 1 mile away).

There is an excellent choice of locally sourced food served at the village pubs, many within walking distance or at Kenton, Exeter and Topsham catering for all tastes and budgets Please note, maximum occupancy per room is 2 persons (for example 2 adults / 1 adult & 1 child)

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From: £55.00

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