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Melbury Guest House Star Rating 3
4 Queens Crescent
Exeter United Kingdom

Rated 94 / 100 based on 5 customer reviews.

The quality of service and hospitality at Melbury Guest House has been identified as outstanding based on consistently high customer review ratings.

The customer review score on Gohotels is calculated using a proprietary algorithm to determine an overall customer rating between 0 and 100. Multiple factors such as cleanliness, facilities, location and service are considered.

Properties with a customer review score in excess of 75 / 100 are presented with an Outstanding Service Award.

Melbury Guest House has achieved a score of 94 / 100 based on 5 customer reviews and has therefore qualified to receive an Outstanding Service Award from Go Hotels.

 
 
The Melbury Guest House is conveniently situated in the Heart of Exeter just minutes from the M5, Exeter Airport and Exeter St David's Train station. Our prime location means that we are one of the best situated guesthouse in Exeter. At Melbury you get the best of both worlds, our tranquil surroundings and friendly atmosphere are the perfect combination to un wind. A short walk will take you to Exeter's famous shopping complex, renowned restaurants and bars, if your looking for Luxurious Hotels in Exeter, look no further! Our well appointed rooms are furnished to the highest standard and feature LCD television + DVD player, power shower, Tea and Coffee making facilities. After a peaceful nights rest you can enjoy a freshly cooked Breakfast using the finest locally sourced produce. The Award Winning Melbury guest house continues to offer great service and value, combined with a warm cosy atmosphere, attention to detail & personal touches, charming & affordable. Our Location is perfect for visiting the City, fantastic for shopping, close to all public transport, Restaurants Bars, Museums, Underground passages Exeter's University & Law courts, all within walking distance. Building, a converted 1890s gentleman's town house doesn't exactly scream "hotel" from the outside - it's a substantial brick structure. Once inside though you'll find helpful friendly staff, chandeliers lavish draperies, gilt gold framed paintings, antiques, elegant four poster beds. The rooms are decorated in a Victorian style, expensive and luxurious, a well stocked hospitality tray, luxury towels, linen, soaps, "little extras" to help with your stay, somehow the flat screen TV's, Wi Fi and mobile phones don't spoil this classic look.