ExeterViews gets a new look home page
The home page for Exeterviews.co.uk – ‘Guide to the City of Exeter Devon UK’ has been updated with a new look and redesign making it mobile and tablet friendly.
Over the last few blog posts you’ll will have noticed that Exeterviews has been getting a makeover. first we launched the new Exeter Photograph Gallery then the completely redesigned Accommodation and Places to Stay in Exeter section was revealed for the first time. This was then followed by the Visitor Attractions and finally in the last couple of days the all new Exeter Events and What’s On Calendar also went live.
With the unveiling of the new home page today, you will be able to keep up to date and have quicker access to our blogs, galleries and social media including facebook and twitter.
We have lots more to do so please bear with us at this time. For now though, we hope you’ll find the updates useful and more accessible.
Exeter What’s On Calendar
The new look Exeter Events and What’s On Calendar was launched today…
This is the third section of the freshly designed ExeterViews.co.uk web site to go live and again features our all new mobile and tablet friendly layout making it useful wherever, whenever!
This latest page follows the recently overhauled and updated Places to stay in Exeter section blogged previously.
The what’s on calendar will show a selection of events taking place in the city together with more from the surrounding area of Devon.
You can reveal more events by clicking on the month name and then follow each entry to view more details.
If you’re organising an event? you can list it easily by following this link and filling out the form to add your event to the what’s on in Exeter events calendar.
Exeter is a great place to visit with so much going on all year round. So we hope you’ll find the What’s On Calendar pages useful.
Visitor Attractions in Exeter
The new mobile and tablet friendly Exeter Attractions page for 2016 has just been launched.
Whatever the weather – night or day, Exeter has many attractions to visit and many more close by in the surrounding area of Devon
This is the second new look area of ExeterViews to go live and features many of the most popular and favourite attraction Exeter has to offer.
We today have launched the new look 2016 Exeter Accommodation and Places to Stay‘ section.
This is the first new look part of ExeterViews to go live and features a new accommodation search facility to help book available rooms.
These pages are also mobile and tablet friendly making them useful while out and about!
Exeter has some lovely places to stay from period building to modern day lodges. If your looking for a weekend break or a base for a longer stay then Exeter has something for you.
Via our accommodation partner, we have included some of Exeter’s top hotels if you are looking for that luxury break. If you require something more cosy and informal, these pages list many of the guest houses sited in handy locations.
Much of the accommodation in Exeter, especially the selection of centrally located establishments are also easily reached by public transport. Others provide parking on-site or have public parking areas close by.
We have tried to include accommodation that would appeal to visitors who follow sports teams visiting Exeter. This could also be combined with a shopping trip making it an all-round special break.
Later, we hope to add many more of the local accommodation options to this section by listing hostels, self-catering cottages and more. These will add further to the choices available making Exeter the place to visit to suit all budgets and tastes.
Exeter is also a great hub to base a visit to branch out and explore the county of Devon and beyond.
We hope you’ll find these Exeter Accommodation pages useful.
Exeter Living History Weekend
Exeter’s Living History Weekend has previously taken place during the month of August. The event celebrated Exeter’s historical ancestry with a trip through 2000 years of Exeter’s past starting with the Roman settlement and going through the times of the Vikings and early medieval societies.
The exhibitions and demonstrations featured live pageantry, battle re-enactments and tournaments, craft skills and storytelling. The various time periods divided into encampment zones all set within the beautiful gardens of Northernhay.
Visit the main website for more events, places to see and things to do in Exeter