EXETER, DEVON

3rd Floor East, Notaries House, Exeter, EX1 1AJ

Directions;

I am situated in a quiet location between Princesshay and Cathedral Green. Access to Notaries  House is pedestrian only from Princesshay side.

 

If you Google Chapel Street, Exeter EX1 it will take you to a map of the area, and this is the nearest listed Road to Chorister’s Lane which is a private lane between Princesshay and the Cathedral. You cannot access Chapel Street by car.

Access is from Princesshay from the main wide walkway between Lloyds Bank on the High Street and Western Way (named Bedford Street on the map).

With your back to Debenhams, take the wide walkway between Café Rouge and Jamie Oliver's restaurant. The photo is from the steps between the restaurants. Walk to the Georgian fronted building straight ahead which has two curly privet shrubs either side of the door (This is at the top/north end of Chapel Street and is called Notaries House).

 

Parking in Exeter

 

The nearest car park at the lower central rate is at the corner of Magdalen Road and Western Way. Walk to the end of the car park and there are steps up to the road and cross into Barnfield Road, go past the theatre and straight ahead across Southernhay into Princesshay pedestrian shopping area until you see Café Rouge on your left, then see above (max 10mins walk).

 

There is on-street parking around Southernhay, max time is one hour £1.50. Parking is free from 6pm on Southernhay, and it is just 3-5 minutes walk.

 

For other Car Parks please see Exeter City Council's web site - Exeter City Council

 

Exeter Buses

 

Timetables can be checked via this link

 

Stagecoach (max 10 mins walk from Bus station)

Note: The Stagecoach Website "Plan a Journey" does not work correctly with Firefox Browser v 49.0.1 (15 Oct 2016)

 

Exeter Train; 

Timetables can be checked via this link

 

National Rail (max 10 mins walk from Central Station)

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