Queens Court Hotel Exeter Queens Court Hotel, Bystock Terrace, Exeter, Devon, EX4 4HY

"The Queens Court Hotel Exeter offers a warm welcome to both business and leisure guests."

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Queens Court Hotel

Queens Court Hotel, 26K
Bystock Terrace, Exeter, Devon, EX4 4HY
Telephone: 01392 272709
Fax: 01392 491390
AA 3 Stars
2 AA Rosettes for food



Welcome to the Queens Court Hotel, Exeter

The Queens Court Hotel Exeter offers a warm welcome to both business and leisure guests.

Our Hotel is popular with both male and female travellers who appreciate the relaxed atmosphere and our friendly service. There's a comfortable bar lounge and a pretty patio that's perfect for pre-dinner drinks. The Rosette Olive Tree Restaurant Exeter is particularly attractive, and the food superb - with every dish carefully prepared by our talented Head Chef and his team.

The Queens Court Hotel Exeter offers a warm welcome, attentive and relaxed service, and a growing reputation for serving exceptional restaurant food from a creative 'modern British' menu. Our restaurant is open to non-residents and offers a well known and highly regarded restaurant venue for contemporary dining. Standing proudly apart from the larger chain hotels in Exeter, our hotel is privately owned and run with real focus on providing a customer centered, friendly service to all of our guests.



Hotels in Exeter with Georgian Character

The Queens Court Hotel in Exeter has undergone extensive refurbishment resulting in a contemporary town house hotel and restaurant in Exeter that maintains many Georgian features. Hotels in Exeter like this make the perfect setting for any occasion - with many families and businesses coming back to stay with us again and again...

The Hotel has eighteen tastefully appointed en suite bedrooms with our own Olive Tree Restaurant, Lounge and Bar area as well as two private function rooms to cater for groups of different sizes.


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Stylish City Centre Dining.

The Rosette Awarded Olive Tree Restaurant Exeter offers a well known and highly regarded venue for contemporary dining.

An oasis of calm and the perfect place for city centre dining. The staff will offer you a warm welcome with relaxed and friendly service. The setting is stylish and the classic decor is brought to life with Italian touches of Venetian masks, glimmering olive oil bottles and flickering candles. The music and twinkling chandeliers create a special atmosphere.

Private parties and dining are a feature of the restaurant where the Terrace Room provides a perfect venue for that special occasion. Parties of up to 16 people can be accommodated for private dining and menus individually prepared for any special dietary need or occasion.

There is also the Terrace Dining Room that provides an intimate venue for that special private lunch or dinner. Parties of up to sixteen can be catered for with menus individually tailored for the occasion.


A Beautiful Exeter Restaurant

Head Chef Darren Knockton and his team create dishes with passion and flair to delight the most jaded palette. The cuisine is modern British with a designer twist and should tempt many away from the chain Exeter restaurants in the city centre. Darren is dedicated to using local ingredients from his trusted suppliers and believes in creating everything from scratch at the Queens kitchen. The menu changes with the seasons and is complimented by a varied and select wine list.

The Head Chef, Darren Knockton, joined in April 2008 and has been committed to raising standards to a new level. The cuisine is Modern British with a designer twist and the dishes follow the seasons. The proprietors and staff are delighted that the high quality of cuisine has been formally recognized by the AA Hotel and Restaurant Guide.

The Olive Tree Restaurant Exeter is the perfect place for city centre dining at affordable prices. Sit back, unwind and enjoy a pre-dinner drink followed by quality cuisine in a unique and stylish setting. The best of British with a sophisticated twist!


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The Rooms


Privately owned and managed, our Exeter hotel offers 18 beautifully appointed rooms, all en-suite with Heritage facilities.

Our bedrooms are decorated in a contemporary style and offer luxurious, comfortable soft furnishings, hot beverage selection tray, flat screen TV with free view, direct dial telephones and hair dryers. Wi Fi internet access is available throughout the Hotel. There are various size rooms available ranging from King or Queen size to Twins, a Family room and Standard double rooms. A lift operates from reception to the second floor.

Update: Due to popular demand, we have replaced all the bedding with Duvets

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Weddings

The most important day - we want to make it very special for you. At the Queens Court we pride ourselves on executing the most memorable weddings. We pride ourselves on attention to detail and carefully plan the itinerary so that you can relax with family and friends. Our wedding coordinator will discuss everything to ensure a smooth running event that you can enjoy.

Parties

At the Queens Court we delight in running marvelous parties. Whether it is a small, intimate gathering or a fun night with a band or disco we will guarantee a good event. We can offer a delicious buffet or a sumptuous banquet to accompany the evening. We will dress the room to create a stunning venue adding any personal decorations. We are happy to discuss and organize all the details with you to ensure the perfect party.

The Redvers suite is completely self contained and has a private bar and cloakroom facilities as well as air conditioning and is accessible directly from the street to allow privacy from the main building. It can accommodate 60-70.

The elegant Terrace Room is perfect for the smaller group of up to 16 for private dinner parties.


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Exeter Conference Venue


The Queens Court in the city centre is well situated as an Exeter conference venue for a variety of corporate occasions. We pride ourselves on attention to detail and our team is happy meet any individual requirements. Meetings are provided with packs, pens, water, cordials, mints and appropriate equipment. We offer a wide range of refreshments and dining options including morning and afternoon teas, buffet lunches and evening dinners.

Function Rooms Exeter

The Redvers Suite can accommodate sixty and the Terrace Room is perfect for the smaller group of up to sixteen. The Redvers Suite is completely self contained and has a private bar and cloakroom facilities as well as air conditioning and is accessible directly from the street to allow privacy from the main building.

Here at the Queens Court we pride ourselves on attention to detail and our team is happy to liaise with you in order to meet your individual requirements. We can organise a wide range of events from formal to fun. Day delegate meetings are provided with appropriate equipment, morning and afternoon teas, buffet lunches and evening dinners. Parties are planned with the catering, decorations, music and entertainment tailored to suit individual tastes.

History


Built circa 1840 Bystock Terrace was home to wealthy merchants of the area. Originally lying outside the city walls of Exeter the present location of the hotel was made possible by the construction of Queen Street which passed through the city walls in 1835.

This reproduction from an original watercolour 1860, shows the view of the front of the Queens Court Hotel towards the Clock Tower.

This illustration shows the view from Northernhay Gardens across St. David's and the terrace 1840.

The Redvers Suite was named after General Rt. Hon Sir Redvers Buller VC GCB. He is remembered as the 'father' of the Army Service Corps and the barracks in Aldershot bears his name. Commissioned in 1858 he fought in many battles including the Red River rebellion, Canada1870 and the Zulu war South Africa, 1879 where he lost ninety men and was awarded the Victoria Cross for rescuing three of his men from the Zulus.

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