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Reviewed 3 April 2011

The hotel is well located and good value for money. We found our stay very pleasant.

Thank Thomas H
Reviewed 2 April 2011

I was crazy to stay here. I am fussy about noise, light, cleanliness & cotton sheets. I knew it was on a busy road and I asked for a back bedroom but there were none & they said it would be quiet with the window closed. I was still awake at 3am. The traffic noise, the city lights, as bright...

1Thank pennyork
lewis666, Owner at Dunmore Guest House, responded to this review

congratulations, I would just like to add that in twenty four years of running the guest house you were the rudest guest we have ever had and that is saying something as we have had thousands of guests stay over the years. Also the mess left in your room after your stay was disgusting to say the least. !

Reviewed 20 November 2010

We wanted a B&B to stay in Exeter for one night - the Dunmore ticked all the boxes. It was clean and tidy, with a good central location and reasonably priced. Although we had a room at the front, the double glazing kept traffic noise to a minimum. I liked the wifi broadband and vouchers for on-street parking - both...

1Thank SussexSteve
Reviewed 26 April 2009

We had a large, very sunny room with sofa! Spotlessly clean, and a nice little bathroom with good shower. Double glazed windows and solid walls, so it was quiet, despite being at the front of the house and by the entrance (and I'm a light sleeper!). Lots of tourist information leaflets and a useful guide to the city. We overslept...

Thank Shotpurple
Reviewed 23 March 2009

coming from a long journey by train it was lovely to be welcomed into the Dunmore by their friendly staff. It was our first business trip to Exeter and we would absolutely stay at the Dunmore next time we stay in Exeter. We were suprised by the value for money at the guest house. Can you believe they had flat...

Thank BasingstokeJthomas
Reviewed 11 March 2008

I stay in many B&B's due to my work and found this guest house to be well worth the money. On arrival i was greeted by a pleasant lady who gave me all the information i required to get to the company i needed to be at the following morning and the best places to eat in Exeter. My room...

Thank oliverjyr
new romney
Reviewed 10 March 2007

The only reason I’m writing this review is because it’s not very often that you get a Bed and breakfast that bends over backwards to accommodate such a large party. Being a small friendly B & B the lady was unable to provide us with the rooms required however they managed to located other B & B within the area....

2Thank tommo2350
east anglia
Reviewed 29 January 2007

I have stayed in this B & B several times over the past 18 months and you must remember that this is a B & B and not a 4 or 5 star hotel. The cost to stay here (for 2) including cooked breakfast is about a third of a 4 or 5 star hotel I have always been given...

4Thank eastangliantraveller
Solihull, United Kingdom
Reviewed 28 March 2006

I've pre-booked a Double room with en-suite for two-night stay over the phone, which was £50 per night. We arrived there in midday and were greeted by a middle-age woman who was interested in quickly trying to get us into the room. However, the room was very pleasant and spacious. After settling down and leaving our luggage in the hotel...

14Thank darkdark07

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Address: 22 Blackall Road, Exeter EX4 4HE, England
Region: United Kingdom > England > Devon > Exeter
Number of rooms: 4
Also Known As:
Dunmore Hotel Exeter
Dunmore Guest House Exeter, Devon
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