Exeter venues


Sandy Park | University of Exeter | Westpoint Arena | Deer Park | Mercure Rougemont


Home to one of the top universities in the country, large purpose-built facilities and premiership sporting stadia, Exeter has it all.


Sandy Park 


Sandy Park is an award-winning conference, banqueting and events centre and home to much-loved, champion rugby team, the Exeter Chiefs. 

  • Sandy Park Conference Centre is home to five versatile suites together with 18 seminar rooms that can be easily configured for any event.
  • The largest space is the Exeter Suite, with banqueting capacity for 600 guests or 825 theatre-style.
  • Nine of the 18 seminar suites have moveable walls to enable a range of room configurations and guest capacities up to 60 theatre-style. 
  • Easily accessed with a short ten-minute journey from Exeter International Airport, and located close to the M5 motorway.

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University of Exeter

Reed Hall, Exeter University - @eventexeter

Event Exeter manages a portfolio of unique venues across the renowned University of Exeter campuses, from technology-rich lecture theatres to the elegant Grade II-listed Reed Hall.

  • The Streatham Campus is built around a large 250-acre country estate. The St Luke’s campus is smaller and more self-contained, based around an attractive lawned quadrangle.
  • Both campuses offer a vast selection of meeting rooms accommodating from eight to over 1,400 delegates. The Great Hall within Devonshire House is the largest venue, able to seat 1,435 delegates theatre-style. The Queens Building has five lecture theatres, the largest seating up to 152 delegates. 
  • From the cosy charm of historical Reed Hall to the grandeur of the Great Hall, there’s plenty of options for sit-down gala dinners and award ceremonies from 140 to 2,200 guests. 
  • Across the Streatham Campus, there’s over 2,000 bedrooms made up of both en-suite and standard accommodation, available out of term-time in April and from June to early September. 

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Westpoint Arena 


Westpoint is the largest exhibition and entertainment venue in the South West, located on a 150-acre show-ground and home to the Devon County Show.

  • It has a 4,590 sqm / 49,406 sqft column-free indoor arena for exhibitions, which can seat up to 5,000 guests theatre-style or 2,500 for a sit-down dinner. 
  • This truly versatile venue also has three more open-air arenas, plus a rustic log-cabin offering a further 100 sqm / 1,076 sqft of event space. 
  • Five exclusive WiFi logins for event teams of up to 5mbps. Up to 0.5mbps of free WiFi to all users in the arenas.
  • A 420 sqm / 4520 sqft conference room can accommodate up to 300 theatre-style or 220 for a sit-down dinner. 

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Deer Park 


Deer Park is a stylish, Grade II-listed mansion in 80-acres of timeless space that will capture guests imagination. 

  • Designed for exclusive use in mind, this is a perfect retreat for accommodating up to 220 guests for a reception or meeting. 
  • This is not your average hotel, with quirky accommodation including a treehouse, a playhouse, a well-kitted out shed, yurts, as well as 32 en-suite bedrooms.
  • Catering options include a wood-fired feast alfresco where guests can bake their own pizzas outdoors.
  • Exclusive use includes elegant lounges, a vintage-inspired restaurant, light-filled conservatory, and a beautiful Orangery.

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Mercure Rougemont 


Mercure Rougemont

  • The elegant Victorian Mercure Exeter Rougemont Hotel can be found opposite Exeter Central train station, with enriching views of the Rougemont Gardens.
  • The hotel boasts six meeting-rooms, with the largest able to accommodate 250 guests. 
  • There’s 98 bedrooms, including Deluxe rooms and Suites.
  • Drakes Restaurant and Bar offers a range of Brasserie-style meals, while the historically-infused Nelson’s Lounge is an ideal retreat for afternoon tea.
  • All meeting rooms come fully equipped with LCD projector and screen plus free WiFi access.

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