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Easy to find for a stress free experience

We are situated at 17 Castle Street, Exeter, Devon, EX4 3PT, opposite the Devon County Library and Rougemont Castle, close to the all the main transport links – including the city’s central train station and bus station. With plenty of cafes, shops and car parks on our doorstep you can make a day trip of your visit to the dentist!


Disabled parking is available opposite the practice, outside the Exeter Central Library, allowing level access to the centre through our designated disabled access door. The building is fitted with a lift suitable for wheelchairs users to all floors, including the third floor where there is an accessible toilet. If you have any disability that you think we need to know about, please give our friendly Reception Team a call on 01392 248 320 before your appointment. On arrival to the practice, please use the disabled access and ring the doorbell for assistance from our friendly team.


For general parking, there are many city centre car parks within walking distance. These include; Howell Road (EX4 4LZ), Princess Hay (EX1 1QA), John Lewis (EX4 6PD), The Triangle (EX1 2BL), Guildhall Centre (EX4 3HP), Magdalen Road (EX2 4SU) and Mary Arches Street (EX4 3AZ).


Upon your arrival at The Exeter Dental Centre, please feel free to help yourself to the following complimentary items to make your visit more comfortable:

  • Disposable toothbrushes and travel toothpaste in the powder room to enable you to freshen up prior to your appointment.
  • Complimentary hot drinks and water.

We also have an extensive range of magazines and newspapers for you to browse whilst in our patient lounge and there is no need to worry if you have left your reading glasses at home, just ask at reception where we can provide you with a complimentary pair should you need them!

Explore Exeter:

Exeter Quay

Exeter’s Historic Quayside is one of the most attractive areas of the city, popular with locals and visitors alike for its fascinating history, interesting architecture and lively pubs and restaurants. The Quayside has been enhanced to provide a fascinating mix of historic and contemporary design. It is the ideal place to browse in antique shops, walk and cycle, take a relaxing boat trip or find something good to eat.

Exeter Cathedral

Pilgrims and visitors have been making their way to Exeter Cathedral since medieval times. It is one of the most visited places in the West Country. Built in the decorated gothic style, it has the longest uninterrupted medieval gothic vaulting in the world.

Exeter Underground Passages

Dating from 14th & 15th century, these medieval passages under Exeter High Street are a unique ancient monument: no similar system of passages can be explored by the public elsewhere in Britain. Before taking a guided tour underground, visitors pass thorough an exciting interpretation centre packed full of interactive displays.

Royal Albert Memorial Museum

Exeter’s largest museum, with a diverse range of collections. Recently refurbished, it tells the story of Exeter and Devon from the prehistoric to the present. It also exhibits internationally important world cultures, natural history collections, global exploration and collecting in the 18th and 19th centuries.

Contact us – We’d Love To Hear From You

01392 272 350
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