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Experience Exeter's Streatham campus

Just a 15 minute bus ride from the historic city of Exeter is the city's university, one of England's most prestigious. Its mid-century Streatham campus offers delightful views from atop landscaped hilltop grounds. Its also home to a renowned sculpture trail, with works by esteemed artists like Barbara Hepworth, Paul Mount and Geoffrey Clark, housed both in the grounds and faculty buildings. Cyclists can enjoy a relaxing ride along the River Exe, just to the south of the main campus.

Drink in Exeter's history

The city of Exeter is the largest in the Devon, and is dotted with renowned historic sites. Most visitors flock to Exeter Cathedral, which dates back more than six centuries and is home to stunning stained glass in the West Window. Rougemont Castle was built shortly after Exeter's rebellion against William the Conqueror, and the ruins of its gate house are still visible almost a thousand years later.

Discover Dartmoor

Less than 40 minute drive from the University of Exeter is the sprawling green expanses of Dartmoor National Park, which rewards walkers with vast wild moorlands, dramatic river valleys and a rich heritage. Head to Becky Falls, a renowned beauty spot complete with relaxing woodland trail and a small children's zoo.

Looking for a cheap hotel Near University of Exeter? Travelodge Exeter M5 Hotel has great road links to the east, or Travelodge Okehampton Whiddon Down Hotel is perfectly located just outside Dartmoor National Park.