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Mardon Hall, University of Exeter

Newly available for 2010.

Mardon Hall was purpose-built in 1933 and many of the original features such as the wood panelled library and the grand staircase remain. It is located at the centre of the Steatham Campus with magnificent views over the Exe Estury and is only 1½ miles from the City Centre, approximately a 20 minute walk.

Mardon Hall is one of the older residences on campus and offers Standard Single & Twin bedrooms with shared bathroom facilities. These offer a cheaper alternative to the ensuite rooms in Holland Hall. All bedrooms have a desk area and wash basin as well as complimentary toiletries and tea and coffee making facilities. All bedlinen and towels are also provided.

The bedrooms within Mardon Hall are all accessible via stairs so are unsuitable for those with limited access/disability. Holland Hall (an adjacent building) would be more suitable for guests with limited mobility.

Guests staying in Mardon Hall are required to check-in at Holland Hall and also take breakfast within Holland Hall.

Our letting periods for the summer of 2010 is from 23rd June-22nd September.

For groups of 15 or more, please contact [email protected].

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The Porters' Lodge, Holland Hall, Clydesdale Road, Exeter, ExeterEX4 4SA, Regno Unito

Check In: From 3pm-10.30pm Check Out: By 10am

Check-in/collection of keys and breakfast for guests staying in Mardon Hall takes place at Holland Hall which is the large glass fronted building adjacent to Mardon Hall.

How to Find Us:

By Car: Leave the M5 at Junction 29, signed Exeter Airport. At the traffic lights at the end of the motorway slip road, turn right onto the B3015, signed City Centre, and at the first roundabout turn right, signed Exeter Business Park. Go straight over at the next two roundabouts, signed Pinhoe, and join the Monkerton Link Road. At the traffic lights bear left onto the B3212, signed City Centre. Take the right-hand lane and at the second set of traffic lights turn right, signed University. Pass under the railway bridge (Polsloe Bridge), drive up the hill and at the fourth set of traffic lights turn right onto Mount Pleasant Road, signed University. (Henry's Bar is on the corner of this junction). At the first roundabout take the second exit onto Union Road. Go straight over at the first set of traffic lights onto Prince of Wales Road. After a set of pedestrian crossing traffic lights the road curves to the left and the University’s Stocker Road entrance is on your right. Continue along Prince of Wales Road and the University’s Streatham Drive entrance is on your right.

By coach: National Express coaches (08705 808080) call at Exeter Coach Station. The local D bus connects the coach station to Streatham campus. Get off the bus at the top of The Queen's Drive.

By rail: Exeter has two railway stations - Exeter St David's (main station) and Central. Exeter St David's Station is approximately 10 minutes walk from the Streatham Campus and taxis are available. The average journey time from London Paddington is 2 hours 30 minutes to Exeter.


Juliette S | 24/08/2014

Good all round service. Clean and tidy room. Lovely breakfast, served by friendly staff. This was my first experience of university rooms and I'll definitely use again.

Juliette S | 24/08/2014

Good all round service. Clean and tidy room. Lovely breakfast, served by friendly staff. This was my first experience of university rooms and I'll definitely use again.

Maurice K | 08/08/2014

All staff (reception, dining room and room cleaning staff) were very courteous and helpful. The room and facilities were clean and functional.

Stephen J | 02/08/2014

I had a good stay and would return in future. Good value!

Angela M | 07/07/2014

Lovely place to stay, handy to all areas of Exeter and so clean and tidy. Amazing breakfast and amazing value accommodation. Thank you.

Caroline D | 06/07/2014

Great room for breakfast and friendly staff! The room was all we needed! The shower facilities could be a bit more private!

lorraine m | 09/04/2013

we enjoyed our stay and everyone was nice, polite and helpful-nothing special but definately you get what you pay for

JHS M | 26/09/2010

We will book en-suite if possible in future

Helen B | 25/08/2010

Please could you find a way to keep cooked breakfasts hot. Apart from that I was very satisfied. Streets ahead of YHA Exeter except for that one thing which they were much better at.

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