Exeter's fantastic location and the diverse range of attractions within close proximity, make it the ideal base for a group visit. Image courtesy of Exeter City Council.
The University of Exeter provides the ideal base for a group visit to the city of Exeter and surrounding Devon. Our self-contained Streatham campus offers a range of accommodation, set in the back-drop of 300 acres of woodlands and gardens. With extensive catering and sports facilities, our experienced team can tailor an event to your needs – we are happy to work to your budget so speak to us about our flexible packages.
We have a wide range of over 1,150 bedrooms across the Streatham campus:
- Standard rooms with single or twin beds, a wash basin and shaver point with shared bathroom facilities on each floor.
- En-suite single and double rooms with private shower, wash basin and toilet.
All rooms are furnished with a bed, wardrobe, desk and chair. Bed linen and towels are provided, along with tea and coffee making facilities. We have a number of accessible rooms available and all our accommodation has free wifi. Free coach parking is available on campus upon request, subject to availability.
Food and Drink
Our experienced award-winning chefs will cater for all your needs, be it a hearty hot meal or a cold buffet. We can provide for special dietary requirements including high and low carbohydrate meals.
We also offer packed lunches, evening meals, barbeques, meals for children, formal gala dinners and buffet lunches.
If you need meeting or break-out space during your stay, Event Exeter has an extensive selection of rooms with varying capacities and layouts. Audio Visual and IT equipment plus free wifi is available throughout.
Make the most of our excellent recently redeveloped sports facilities at the Streatham Campus Sports Park, including the 200 station Russell Seal Fitness Centre and heated outdoor swimming pool (open during the summer vacation).
Take some time to explore the Streatham campus - acknowledged as one of the most beautiful and botanically interesting of any UK university. The grounds have retained a Green Flag status for the past 2 years and a self-guided tour is available. Or why not book in advance a guided tour to find out more about the planting on the campus, which dates back to the 19th Century.
We receive excellent feedback from the groups who stay with us - here's what just one happy customer had to say:
"Everybody was immensely helpful and welcoming...one of the best venues we have visited in the past ten years.”