|Heath Gardens Exeter Heath Gardens, Broadclyst, Exeter, Devon, EX5 3HL|
"Heath Gardens is a listed 17th Century thatched artisans cottage located on the outskirts of the village of Broadclyst, five miles from the centre of the cathedral city of Exeter. Broadclyst is an ideal location for exploring Mid and East Devon. The National Trust's Killerton House and Knightshayes are 5 minutes and 30 minutes drive respectively."
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Visit Britain 4 Stars
Heath Gardens is a 17th century artisan's thatched cottage situated on the outskirts of the village of Broadclyst, 5 miles from the cathedral city of Exeter. Part of the Killerton estate, Broadclyst is an ideal location for exploring Mid. and East Devon.
The National Trust's Killerton House and Knightshayes are 5 minutes and 30 minutes drive respectively. Dartmoor and the Jurassic Coast (World Heritage Site) are about 30 minutes drive and Exeter International Airport is also within easy reach.
Heath Gardens has been awarded 4 stars by the Enjoy England tourist board
per night per person
Single From £35.00
Double \ Twin From £27.50
All the bedrooms are spacious and have a southern aspect overlooking open countryside. The double room, with en suite bathroom, is located on the ground floor, the twin and family rooms, with en suite shower rooms, on the first floor. A hospitality tray with a selection of beverages is also provided.
All bedrooms have Freeview television and Wi-Fi internet connection.
The Local Area
Broadclyst village is completely surrounded by farmland and is ideal for walkers or cyclists. The National Trust's Killerton House and gardens, and Ashclyst forest are both a five minute drive
An easy five mile drive is the historic cathedral city of Exeter. At the heart of the city is the magnificent cathedral with its twin Norman towers and some of the finest Decorated Gothic architecture in the country. Medieval underground passages, the catacomb and Roman wall all add to the Exeter experience.
A ten minute walk from the city centre brings one to the Quay where the old warehouses have been converted into craft shops, antique galleries and restaurants.
For the more adventurous wishing to indulge in some serious walking is Dartmoor National Park. Lying roughly between Exeter and Plymouth its 368 square miles offer a mixture of high moorland, sheltered wooded valleys and beautiful lakes.
Exmouth, Devon's oldest seaside town is the nearest whilst further along the coast are Budleigh Salterton, Sidmouth and the pretty villages of Branscombe and Beer. These all lie on the ninety five mile long Jurassic Coast which in 2001 was made a World Heritage Site