Walking to the centre
Once you have arrived on Exeter city centre high street, you are less than 5 minutes walk away. From the High Street, head for Marks & Spencers, then turn onto Queen Street & walk on the right hand side of the road for approx 50m until you arrive at Boston Tea Party coffee shop.
Turn right here into the small passageway which is Queens Walk. About 10m on your right, above the Cavern Club, you will see the signs and the steps leading up to your right (just before the lovely little cobbled street – Gandy Street).
Go up the outside steps, through the main door into the lobby; then up the stairs to the second floor where you will see the centre and reception extending out to your left.
On arrival, please make yourself comfortable in the waiting area and Kate will come out to greet you at your appointment time.
Regrettably, as the centre is on the second floor, it is not accessible for those people who cannot manage stairs and there is no wheelchair access.
From the north on the M5 to Exeter, leave at either junction 29 or 30 & follow signs to city centre.
From the south A30 to Exeter, you briefly join the M5 and leave at Jct 30 & follow signs for city centre.
There are 3 park and ride venues.
Honiton Road – useful for A303 users and from M5 north
Sowton – from M5 north
Matford – from M5 south
There is plenty of city centre car parking at various prices, the most reasonable in Exeter is the Cathedral & Quay car park which is approximately 10 minutes (uphill) walk to the centre.
By rail / bus / coach
Exeter has two main line stations. Exeter St David’s is a twenty minute walk away and has taxi, bus or rail connection to Exeter Central, which is situated on Queen Street about 500m from the centre (see map).
Exeter also has a main line bus & coach station situated on Paris Street (see map) which is a 10 minute walk away from the centre.