Hotels near The Maer Ground

Royal Beacon Hotel Exmouth Devon EX8 2AF

Distance: 0.3 miles
The Royal Beacon Hotel in Exmouth, Devon, is situated in a quiet, elevated position on Exmouth's finest Regency Terrace - once the home to Lady Nelson and Lady Byron. Visitors to this Exmouth hotel are provided with breathtaking views over well-tended gardens and the Devon coastline, from the River Exe to Lyme Bay and the red cliffs of Orcombe Point. For over two centuries, our elegant hotel has offered guests a tradition of genuine hospitality - a tradition that has continued in its present role as Exmouth's finest hotel. Whether you are looking for a hotel in Devon for business travel, a wedding party or just for pleasure, with its range of excellent bedrooms, apartments and conference and wedding facilities, the Royal Beacon Hotel will meet and exceed all your expectations.
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The Grand Hotel Exmouth Devon EX8 1BE

Distance: 0.6 miles
Positioned on the seafront overlooking Golden Sand Beach, the Grand Hotel boasts idyllic views over the Exe Estuary and Lyme Bay. Exmouth itself, with it's old fashioned promenade and stunning Georgian architecture is an ideal resort from which to explore the rest of Devon, know as the gateway to the World Heritage Jurassic Coast stretching as far as Dorset and renowned for its red cliffs and sand dunes. While staying at the Grand Hotel you are welcome to dine in our Restaurant choosing from our set-priced Table d'Hôte menu, enjoy the evening’s entertainment in our Drakes Entertainment Suite or simply relax in our comfortable lounges and Bar with views overlooking the bay. Our car park has a limited number of spaces which are charged at a rate of £5 per vehicle, per day. Parking is subject to availability upon arrival and cannot be prebooked. Alternatively there is street parking nearby, charges apply.
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The Railway Inn Dawlish Devon EX7 9PN

Distance: 3.5 miles
The pub is ideally situated in the popular Devon tourist town of Dawlish. You will find you are very close to the town centre and the beautiful beach with it's golden sands as well as the railway station, bus station and a taxi rank. All are just within a couple of minutes walk away. There is a strong community vibe in our pretty seaside town and the local park is another popular spot, again within easy walking distance. Here you can relax and see the famous black swans of Dawlish. Built in 1633, the Railway Inn is one of the oldest pubs in Dawlish and can be found on one of the town's oldest streets. The bar, as well as being very friendly, is also rather quirky and atmospheric. We have traditional pub games and a wide range of beers and wines. The Railway welcomes dogs and is family friendly. During your stay we can offer you a good selection of excellent value food to enjoy in the relaxed atmosphere of our bar. We have three guest rooms which although rather basic and a little tired looking are very clean and tidy provide you with a cheap, no frills option. You will of course still recieve a very warm welcome and great service throughout your stay.
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Lyme Bay House Dawlish Devon EX7 9DN

Distance: 3.6 miles
Lyme Bay House Hotel is situated close to the centre of the historic South Devon seaside town of Dawlish. It is within close walking distance of beaches, shops, The Lawn and gardens, the mainline railway station and other amenities. A wide range of reasonably priced meals are available in and around Dawlish. All rooms are En-Suite and have Flat Screen TVs with Freeview, free wi-fi and free private parking is available on site. Just a short stroll away there are shops, Tea Rooms, Coffee Shops, the famous Gay’s Creamery and several pubs. Lyme Bay House is an ideal location for train-spotting, golf, cycling, walking and bird watching. It is also very central for exploring the area by car, train or bus including Exeter, Powderham, Starcross, Cockwood, Dawlish Warren, Dawlish, Holcombe, Teignmouth, Shaldon, Newton Abbot, The Teign Valley and Dartmoor. Your hosts Nikki and Ian took over the Lyme Bay House in June 2006. Nikki said, 'We wanted to develop a bright, vibrant, fresh holiday feel to the hotel. After all, our customers come here to relax and enjoy themselves - even those that are here on business!'. Whether your stay is for business or pleasure, we will do our best to make your stay with us memorable.
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