"The room was just about the worst I've ever stayed in. Whilst it wasn't dirty the décor was so far gone that it really felt dirty...."
"Very close to station and a 10 minute walk to city centre, this hotel provides an inexpensive overnight stay (for a city B&B). The reception..."
"Basic and functional hotel. Great for somewhere to stay when visiting Exeter...."
"The picture of this hotel is extremely flattering to say the least! This is a very tired and run-down hotel needing a good paint and upgrade..."
About the hotel
Ideally located 150 yards from St David’s Station and close to the city centre, makes Great Western Hotel your base for exploring historic Exeter and Devon Countryside. The Hotel offers two traditional bars where prints and memorabilia of a bygone steam age era creates a warm and welcoming atmosphere in which to enjoy a selection of up to 9 real ales. We are a 2-star Hotel with all amenities which offers an ideal ‘halt’ for travellers by road or rail.
- Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout, Cots available, Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room, Hairdryer in each room, Telephone In Each Room, Interconnecting rooms available
- Car parking available onsite
- Wi-Fi Available, Meeting Facilities, Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
- In Room Entertainment
- TV, Satellite TV, Radio
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- 14:00 22:00
- Up to 8 years old
- The price shown is based on the occupancy and dates you have searched for. Prices and availability are subject to change based on the arrival date, number of nights and occupancy searched for. All prices are inclusive of all local taxes.
- Pets are not allowed
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32% would recommend it to a friend
Great Western Hotel Room 17
The room was just about the worst I've ever stayed in.
Whilst it wasn't dirty the décor was so far gone that it really felt dirty....
Great Western Hotel
Nobody at reception, so I had to enter the bar area, which was like something from a Sheffield sitcom- bad carpets and drunk old men.
I waited for the barman to finish serving and provide me with a key. I was told my bedroom was on the first floor and lugged my bag up the stairs to that floor, which was also the storey with the pub toilets. The room was small with peeling paint, but generally clean. The decor was a continuation of downstairs- psychedelic carpets and flock wallpaper. However, it was near the station and cheap.