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Exeter Cathedral

A breathtaking masterpiece of Gothic design, stands as a testament to centuries of human creativity and devotion in the heart of England’s historic city.

About Exeter Cathedral

Exeter Cathedral, officially known as the Cathedral Church of Saint Peter in Exeter, is a stunning example of medieval Gothic architecture situated in the city of Exeter, Devon, England. Founded in 1050, the cathedral’s construction spanned several centuries, resulting in a captivating blend of architectural styles, including Norman, Gothic, and Romanesque influences. The cathedral’s striking features include its twin Norman towers, the intricate West Front adorned with intricate sculptures, and the magnificent Bishop’s Throne.

Getting there

To get to Exeter Cathedral from Great Houndbeare Farm, opting to go by car is advised as it’s only a short drive away. Follow Houndbeare lane and Oak road to B3180 for 1.2 miles. Continue on B3180. Take A3052 and A3015 to Palace gate in Exeter for 10.7 miles. Continue on Palace gate. Drive to Deanery place and you will arrive at your destination.

What to pack

When visiting Exeter Cathedral, it’s a good idea to pack a few essentials to ensure a comfortable and enjoyable experience.

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