The Stowey Arms
The Stowey Arms is located in the village of Exminster, which lies on the Southern border of Exeter in Devon. Westpoint Arena is 3 miles away, and there is good access to the M5 motorway. Dartmoor National Park and the river exe are within easy driving distance.
The inn offers 4 clean and comfortable en suite bedrooms, each with TV and tea/coffee making facilities.
The property is full of character, with a friendly atmosphere which is accentuated by its welcoming staff. A cooked breakfast is offered with room price.
Free private parking is offered on site.
In a suburban village, this inn is 3.2 miles from Digby railway station and 4 miles from Exeter city centre. It's 6.5 miles from Exeter International Airport.
Exminster is an ancient village associated with a Saxon minster or religious community, founded here in the 8th century and left by King Alfred the Great to his youngest son Aethelweard in his will of 889. In the 14th century, it was the seat of the Courtenay family, the Earls of Devon. William Courtenay, who was the Archbishop of Canterbury from 1381 to 1396, was born here.
Exminster is a major part of the electoral ward of Kenn Valley. Its population at the above census was 5,906 Exminster Marshes, to the east of the village, are a major site for birds, especially migratory ones including the rare cirl bunting.