Rohaven

Bed and Breakfast in Exmouth, Devon

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

176 Exeter Road
Exmouth
Devon
England
EX8 3DZ

Rohaven, Exmouth

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A friendly comfortable Bed and Breakfast situated just outside the town centre. Ample parking and close to Sea. Within close proximity of CTC RM Marine training centre.

Open all year round. City of Exeter 8 miles Airport 6 miles and M5 Motorway 4 miles.A warm welcome awaits.

 3 star rating

From: £70.00


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