Exeter Quay Parking
Information about Parking in Exeter Quay
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Located only a short walk from the city centre, Exeter Quay is a perfect place to enjoy a drink and meal while you take in the view of the River Exe. Whether it’s a coffee, cocktail or pub meal, there’s something to please everyone around here.
After you’ve enjoyed the local cuisine stroll along the banks of the river and take in the eclectic mix of architecture. If you’re looking for a souvenir of your visit to Exeter Quay you’re bound to find something unique in one of the many shops. Keep an eye out for the antique stores for a truly special item.
If experiences are what you crave, don’t miss the opportunity to hire a kayak or canoe to head out on the river. The Cricklepit Mill also hosts a traditional milling day so you can see the oldest surviving watermill in Exeter in action. There’s also Stuart Line Cruises if you fancy taking in the scenery from the river.
The Exeter town centre is just a little further along the river, so if you haven’t found what you’re after along the Quay, just keep walking. Of course there’s more to Exeter than just it’s beautiful riverside attractions. Exeter Cathedral is just as famous, and the Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Art Gallery are also nearby.
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Exeter Quay Parking Statistics
4.8 out of 5 stars
Average parking rating for Exeter Quay
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Parking at Exeter Quay
Parking along the River Exe is a little limited, but there is parking close to Exeter Quay.
The council-run Cathedral & Quay Car Park is a pay and display park, and is around a 5-minute walk from Exeter Quay. You’ll find it on Lower Coombe Street and with 355 spaces available, it’s reasonably large.
It is open Monday to Sunday 8:00am - 6:00pm and is locked at 11:00pm. This includes Bank Holidays. The charges for this car park are:
- Up to 1 hour £2.20
- 1-2 hours £3.30
- 2-3 hours £4.40
- 3-4 hours £5.50
- 4-5 hours £6.60
- All day £11.00 pay by cash or phone
The Okehampton Street Car Park is close to Exeter Quay - around a 15-minute walk away across the river. There are 81 spaces available in this car park which is open Monday to Sunday 8:00am - 6:00pm, and this includes Bank Holidays.
Charges for the Okehampton Street Car Park are:
- Up to 1 hour £1.00
- 1-2 hours £1.50
- 2-3 hours £2.00
- 3-4 hours £2.50
- All day £3.50
The Mary Arches Street car park is one of the only car parks close to Exeter Quay that is open 24 hours. There are 51 spaces available here including motorcycle parking, and it’s around a 10-minute walk to Exeter Quay. The charges apply between Monday to Sunday 8:00am - midnight:
- Up to 1 hour £3.30
- 1-2 hours £4.40
- 2-3 hours £5.50
- 3-4 hours £6.60
- 4-5 hours £7.70
- 5-6 hours £8.80
- 6-7 hours £9.90
- All day £15.00
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If you’ve spent a day exploring Exeter Quay don’t leave yet - there’s more to find around the city. Perhaps the most famous attraction is Exeter Cathedral, a stunning Medieval Gothic church completed around 1400. The vaulted ceiling is a sight to behold and the unique astronomical clock is something to look out for.
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By Train: Exeter St Thomas station is the closest to Exeter Quay and services the GWR line.
By Bus: Bus line G runs from the city centre to Exeter Quay.
By Car: The A377, off the A30 runs into the centre of Exeter.
On Foot: The scenic walk along the River Exe is a great way to access Exeter Quay via the Port Royal Pub.
Disabled Parking at Exeter Quay
There is limited disabled parking in or near Exeter Quay.
The Cathedral & Quay Car Park located on Lower Coombe Street has disabled parking available on level 4, although blue badge holders are able to park in any space other than the entrance level for free.
Blue badge holders are also able to park in any space at Haven Banks Car Park - One. This car park is located on Water Lane and has 90 spaces open between Monday and Sunday, 8:00am - 6:00pm.
There are 6 marked disabled bays at the Mary Arches Street car park, and normal fees apply for these parks.
To search for the disabled car park that is closest to Exeter Quay, see the Blue Badge Parking website.
Electric vehicle charging stations are available at several locations in Exeter. The closest ones to Exeter Quay are:
- The Malt House Harvester EX2 8BP
- Cathedral Quay Car Park EX1 1DX
A network of all electric vehicle charging points can be found on the government's Go Ultra low website.
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Are there public toilets in Exeter Quay?
Yes, public toilets are located along the Quay and are open between 7:00am - 7:00pm.
Are dogs allowed along Exeter Quay?
Yes dogs are allowed in Exeter Quay and some restaurants are also dog friendly.
What hours is Exeter Cathedral open?
The Cathedral is open Monday to Saturday 10:00am - 4:00pm, and is open for services on Sunday.
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Latest Exeter Quay parking reviews
Fantastic. Easy to find, easy to park. Felt safe leaving car as camera security. Will now use on a regular basis.Sarah
Plenty of parking when we arrived, good spot to walk to the shops and quaySuzanne
Definitely recommend this space for parking ( although I intend to keep this space for a long time!) the owner was very approachable to talk to and was so helpful. The owner owns a few spaces in the same area, well worth the money.Caroline
Really good service, easy to find space, the owner of the space is a really friendly and helpful bloke, five starHelen
Staying at the hotel anyway, and yps offered a far cheaper rate so a no-brainer really. Two things: (1) the car park seems to be shared with a residential development next door, and it fills up quickly. One night a member of staff about to finish had to move her car to free up an overnight space for me, and frequently there were cars parked outside the hotel entrance (ie not in designated spaces) so spaces can be at a premium. (2) Some of the spaces under the hotel itself are really tight - how you'd get an estate or SUV in and out at busy times I don't know!Gregor
Perfect location and great price for four days. We were staying on Exeter Quay, which was only a short walk away.Paul
Very easy to find and great parking bays, very safe car park, very clean and tidy and within easy walking distance of the city centre, I would definitely use this car park again, Excellent!Clare
Great little parking spot, I was in fact going to book it for the month, but someone beat me to itOriana