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This airport lies five miles from the city, on Exeter’s eastern fringes. There are drop-off and pick-up bays outside the terminal. From Exeter’s buzzing centre to the coast and moorland, to the countless family attractions and stunning towns and villages, there’s more to see and do in these parts than you’ll ever manage in one visit. This much-loved area is also well-served for hotels, from cosy inns to budget chains and country-house venues. Enjoy it with an Exeter Airport transfer.

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Places to stay near Exeter Airport

Before flying, pre-book your Exeter Airport transfer to or from your accommodation:

  • The White Hart pub is within five miles, or minutes by Exeter Airport transfer. Scoring 4.5 on TripAdvisor, this three-star, historic city-centre venue provides high-quality accommodation.
  • Woodbury Park Hotel & Golf Club is four miles distant, has four stars and scores a similar TripAdvisor rating. There’s also a pool, and free breakfasts.
  • The Queens Court Hotel is a five-mile hop away in a Georgian townhouse in a leafy Exeter square. Offering well-appointed accommodation and three stars, there’s an on-site restaurant.

Travelling on from Exeter to another airport?

  • Bristol Airport is roughly 65 miles away, so you’ll need to allow a good hour and 20 minutes for your Exeter Airport transfer
  • Cardiff Airport lies some 120 miles north, meaning an approximately two-hour journey
  • Bournemouth Airport is some 80 miles east, or a trip of maybe an hour and 45 minutes
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Towns and cities near Exeter Airport

  1. Exeter itself is five miles west, and you can be there in minutes. This city dates from Roman times. Visit the cathedral, the Old Mint and the Ship Inn, plus this university city’s underground passageways, and historic quayside. Meanwhile, shopping, dining and entertainment are first-class.
  2. Sidmouth, located nearly 11 miles east, is reached within 25 minutes by Exeter Airport transfer. On the Jurassic Coast, a UNESCO World Heritage site, it has fantastic walks and beaches. Catch a show, enjoy the museum, or browse local stores.
  3. Exmouth is a 10-mile hop south, and you can be there within 25 minutes by road. One of Devon’s most attractive and oldest seaside towns, it boasts a gorgeous sandy stretch. Perfect for watersports, walking and cycling, it also has some splendid shops and restaurants.
  4. Torquay is 25-odd miles down the coast, and an Exeter Airport transfer can whisk you there within 45 minutes. On the ‘English Riviera’, it’s known for its beaches. Stroll the harbour’s cafes, shops and marina. Some of Devon’s finest attractions, from a zoo to 800-year-old Torre Abbey are here, alongside elegant hotels, bars and restaurants.
  5. Lyme Regis is reachable within 45 minutes, being 28 miles east. This attractive resort has a beautiful beach and superb walks. Stroll along the harbour (the Cobb), or Marine Parade. Quirky shops and great eateries make Lyme Regis the ideal excursion.
  6. Ottery St Mary is eight miles away, or a 15-minute Exeter Airport transfer. The parish church in this enchanting little town has a minstrel gallery and fourteenth-century astronomical clock. Stroll by the River Otter and check out the Tumbling Weir.
Great places to visit from Exeter Airport
  1. Kennaway House: This lies around 10 miles or a 20-minute Exeter Airport transfer away. It’ a Regency red-brick mansion in peaceful grounds, in the heart of Sidmouth and built in 1805.
  2. The Donkey Sanctuary: A similar distance from the airport, and based in a tranquil corner of the Jurassic Coast near Sidmouth, it’s home to hundreds of rescue donkeys, and they love meeting visitors! Activities, trails and an award-winning restaurant are all part of a trip here.
  3. Dartmoor Prison Museum is within 40 miles of the airport at Princetown, and worth the journey of up to an hour for its fascinating depiction of 200 years of jail life. See the life-sized models of Napoleonic soldiers and learn about French and American prisoners of war, plus Dartmoor’s most notorious inmates and some audacious escapes.
  4. Kents Cavern Torquay is an easy 40 miles south, or some 25 minutes by Exeter Airport transfer. It’s an award-winning attraction and one of Europe’s most important Stone Age caves, with an incredible labyrinth of caverns, accessible daily all year.
  5. Diggerland Devon is a theme park in the Culm Valley. Make the 10-mile trip in 25 minutes and enjoy some exciting rides, alongside dodgems and go-karts. But the chance to operate some JCBs and construction equipment is one of the biggest draws.
  6. The Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Art Gallery is in Exeter – cover the six miles across town to get there in 15 minutes via airport transfer. The 16 display galleries take you from prehistoric times to today, and, with regularly changing exhibitions and events, there’s always something new to see.
More important information about Exeter Airport

If you require special assistance, it’s a good idea to arrange this before you arrive. The journey from car park to plane is fully accessible, and there are disabled toilet facilities throughout, plus you can borrow a wheelchair. Signage is in contrast colours to be easily read, while braille instruction cards and hearing loops are also offered. Tell the airport if you’re travelling with an assistance dog.

Finally, this airport participates in the sunflower lanyard scheme alerting staff to hidden disabilities. Specialist help is also available if you have a colostomy or a stoma.

Exeter Airport

Tel: 01392 367433
Twitter: @Exeter_Airport
Website: www.exeter-airport.co.uk