St Davids covers the City Centre area between the River Exe and New North Road, St David’s Train Station and Western Way /Colleton Hill. The area benefits from all of the amenities, shops and restaurants of the City Centre along with excellent bus and rail links. The majority of the housing is on the outskirts of this area with some modern apartments in the main shopping area of Princesshay. The area suits those who are want to enjoy the benefits of city living.
There is a variety of types and ages of housing in the area. Modern apartments can be found on Bonhay Road near the river Exe, on New North Road and in the City Centre within Princesshay Shopping Centre. There are also purpose built student flats on Bonhay Road near Exeter St David’s Station while many of the remaining properties in this area are Edwardian Terraces with courtyard gardens with larger Georgian terraces among the properties on St David’s. A variety of character properties are tucked away in the City Centre around the Mint Methodist Church and the 900 year old St Nicholas Priory, while purpose built flats, including a development of retirement apartments, can be found in the area around Bartholomew Street.
Part of the area is covered by an Article 4 Restriction, which loosely put, prevents any more houses being converted to multiple occupancy properties.
'Swanky all-day bistro offering a-la-carte & set menus, plus afternoon tea & a full bar.'
65-67 High Street, Exeter, EX4 3DT
'Modern, all-day French brasserie chain, serving regional specialities and traditional classics.'
19-21 Cathedral Yard, Exeter, EX1 1HB
'Set in a beautiful Grade I listed building, in the heart of Exeter on Cathedral Green, No.5 is the perfect place to come for those who love great food, great drinks, and great company.'
5 Cathedral Close, Exeter, EX1 1EZ
'An independent restaurant in the heart of Exeter, owned and managed by a team who are passionate about creating great food using local, free range produce brought to you with excellent table service.'
2 Cathedral Close, Exeter, EX1 1EZ
'Our Botanists have foraged high and low to bring you a host of exceptional food and drink delights.'
Guildhall Shopping Centre, Unit 32 Queen Street Dining, Exeter, EX4 3HG
'A family-run place with vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free dishes hearty enough for meat eaters.'
15 North Street, Exeter, EX4 3QS
Exeter’s main train station, with a shuttle bus service to Exeter Airport
Bonhay Road, Exeter, EX4 4NT
Trains to Exmouth, Plymouth and London Waterloo
Queen Street, Exeter EX4 3SB
Bampfylde Street, Exeter EX1 2JXwww.stagecoachbus.com/timetables
‘A popular flat, green space in the City Centre, it also hosts various events throughout the year such as an annual Craft Fayre and Christmas Market’
1 The Cloisters, Exeter EX1 1HS
‘The 800 year old Cathedral is open to visitors, join us for worship, take a guided tour of the Cathedral or roof, attend an event or spend time in our Café’
The Cloisters, Exeter EX1 1HS
‘Try out the latest training techniques, including our functional Freestyle™ area and a wide selection of group exercise classes at Fitness First Exeter’
Tudor Street, Exeter, EX4 3BR
‘Exeter’s world-class museum has stunning new displays and galleries, fabulous exhibitions and modern amenities. The displays reveal Devon and Exeter’s rich history and global connections. Exotic animals, birds and insects delight children and the world cultures galleries display stunning items from all over the world’
Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery, Queen St, Exeter EX4 3RX
‘Tours in medieval subterranean passageways that used to transport water under Exeter city centre’
2 Paris St, Exeter, Devon EX1 1GA
‘The centre offers a wide variety of spaces for groups or individuals to hire. We aim to provide a community hub for local residents and organisations. We are a social enterprise’
17 St. Davids Hill, Exeter EX4 3RG
‘Multi-use arts venue with film and gig auditorium, gallery spaces, recording studio and a cafe-bar’
Gandy St, Exeter EX4 3LS
‘The business and entertainment venue in the city centre…with a regular programme of entertainment including concerts, dances and comedy’
George St, Exeter EX1 1BU
‘Mainstream, foreign language, family and classic films, plus live screening events and a bar’
51 Bartholomew St W, Exeter EX4 3AJ
0871 902 5730
‘Climb the stone spiral staircase of the North tower and enjoy the best views in Exeter’
1 The Cloisters, Exeter EX1 1HS
‘Cultural nightspot showing new works and live gigs in a brick-lined venue with Victorian flagstones’
162-163 Fore Street, Exeter, EX4 3AT
‘Cycles, clothes and accessories in a modern 2-floor store with a workshop and custom wheel building. On site bike fitting services (Specialized BG Fit and Trek Fit Services trained)’
63 Fore St, Exeter EX4 3AT
Mediterranean, Turkish food ‘Lovely little cafe - informal and friendly. Service quick, food delicious and great value for money’
5 New North Rd, Exeter EX4 4HH
‘Contemporary European chain dishing up separate breakfast, afternoon tea, lunch and dinner menus’
32-33 Gandy St, Exeter EX4 3LS
‘We are a wholesale cake bakery, who make traybakes using local and high quality ingredients. Everything is handmade in our open kitchen and cafe in Devon’
1B Central Crescent, Queen Street, Exeter, EX4 3S
‘Many consider Gandy Street to be one of the most charming, and interesting streets in Exeter. Just off the High Street, it is lined with bijou gift shops, independent jewellers and a selection of intimate wine bars and restaurants’
Gandy Street, Exeter, Devon, EX4 3LS
‘Gorgeous oddity with fabulous selection of hot drinks, cakes and sandwiches…Walls are full of local pieces of art you'll be inspired'
20 Fore St, Exeter EX4 3JQ
Princesshay’s City Bee project has around 45,000 honey bees living in the rooftop garden above the shops enjoying fruit trees and bee-friendly flowering plantswww.princesshay.co.uk/community/princesshay-city-bee-project
It is believed that Gandy Street was JK Rowling’s inspiration for Diagon Alley in the Harry Potter books, from her time at Exeter Universitythirdeyetraveller.com/gandy-street-exeter-diagon-alley/
The tower in Rougemont Gardens was built for William the Conqueror shortly after 1066www.castlexplorer.co.uk/england/exeter/exeter.html
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