Where to Stay and What to Do

Accommodation

On-campus accommodation has been reserved at Holland Hall, a short walk from the conference venue in The Peter Chalk Centre. It will be possible to book this during the registration process, or you can access the accommodation booking directly using this link. Although we would like to strongly encourage you to use the University accomodation, there are also a quite few hotels/B&B in town:



Points of Interest

Exeter is a city with abundance of things to see and do. While you’re in the city why not visit some of our landmarks, such as our 13th-century cathedral, or one of many fine eateries situated throughout the city. To help you get started, we’ve compiled some of our favourite places to eat around the city as well as some points of interest. These can be seen marked on the map to the right.

You may also want to consider exploring the city using one of the Exeter City Council Read Coat Tours , and spend 90 minutes discovering the most interesting parts of the city.