Why choose Exeter for a meeting?
Exeter is the capital of Devon. It is also one of the oldest cities in the United Kingdom. It can trace its history to before Roman times but it was very much an important part of the Roman Empire’s occupation of the island. It has a famous and renowned University and also has a cathedral meaning it qualifies in two parts to be called a city. It has always been a thriving market town for the surrounding Devon areas of farming and it is also linked to the English Channel via the river Exe. This has given it a picturesque and vibrant quayside area.
It is an extremely popular place to visit and offers many things to see and do. It also acts as the perfect hub site for the area which is why you can use Meeting Rooms Exeter to attract such events as regional conferences or for business networking opportunities. Exeter is also perfectly linked with the M5 for Bristol and Birmingham, plus it has the link to the A303 for London and the South East.
Exeter gets its name from a mixture of old British and of Roman origin. Exe literally means water and in some translations, it also means full of fish. In these modern times, Exeter is not so renowned for its abundance of food supply from the Exe but it is still a great place to meet and discuss the big issues of the southwest and even beyond.