A warm welcome will always await you at the Old Vicarage Bed and Breakfast in Kenton, Exeter. The house, built in 1812, is a fine regency rectory in the heart of the friendly Devon village of Kenton, which boasts not only a fine local pub but two marvellous restaurants and is the location of Powderham Castle. Stay with us and you will be in striking distance of the fine old city of Exeter, the birdlife of the Exe Estuary and the picturesque coastal resorts of Dawlish and Teignmouth - all reachable by regular buses. A short drive and you may sample the wild spaces of Dartmoor or the charming towns of Totnes, Dartington and Dartmouth. The magnificent Georgian house is set in its own grounds, in which there is ample parking space. As we offer only two rooms for bed and breakfast, you can expect individual service and a quiet stay: not the boarding house experience! So come for a relaxing break with us in the beautiful county of Devon.
The Old Vicarage Kenton
The Old Vicarage
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If you are driving from the North, get on the A379 towards Dawlish near Junction 30 of the M5. Before you get to Dawlish you come to Kenton. After you pass the village nameboard and the 30 mph sign, you need to take the second little road on the right. This has the sign Leading to Torrington Place. The Old Vicarage is the first house on the left. If you are driving from the South, get on the A379, direction Exeter. Go through the village of Kenton, past Chi, the Dolphin and Rodean, then take the first little road on the left. This has the sign Leading to Torrington Place. The Old Vicarage is the first house on the left. The nearest airport to Kenton is Exeter. The nearest station is Starcross but Exeter St David's is not far. The Number 2 bus from Exeter stops very close to the house as does the Number 2 bus from Starcross (direction: Exeter).