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Our store teams have been busy filling the shelves with our lovely new summer range, and all that’s missing is you. We’re really looking forward to seeing you, but please check your local store information before visiting as one or two of our stores will be closed a little while longer.
A message from Ian, the Exeter store manager: If you're travelling to Lakeland in Exeter for a specific product, why not use our Click & Collect Service. Simply place your order online, select Click & Collect at checkout then choose your store for collection. For full details on how Click & Collect works view our delivery and returns page. Alternatively, please telephone us beforehand on 01392 211136 to check product availability.
About the Exeter StoreWelcome to the South-West and the county town of Devon.
The Lakeland store (at 227 High Street) was originally built as a home for a wealthy merchant around 1650 and is listed in many history books as 'The House of Ross'. Sometimes used as a dwelling house for judges and mayors, most of its life it has been a shop – look carefully at the frontage and you will see coats of arms of the many Guilds that the store once supplied goods to. The wonderful façade covers the full height of the original five storey building.
Inside we have two floors of can't-live-without kitchenware and home cleaning solutions, there are old favourites as well as new ideas – we sell essentials for storage to tasty food treats for a special gift, and of course seasonal 'must have' products. and more to tempt you with. There's a lift to our first floor or just ask any of team and we will be glad to help you find what you need.
How to find us & parkingWe are in the High Street, opposite the House of Fraser store and close to Tesco.
If you are travelling to Exeter by car, there’s plenty of parking available in the city centre. Princesshay, Southernhay and Harlequins car parks are all just a short walk from the High Street, plus, if you like to stroll around the city, we also have the Cathedral & Quay car park just off Western way. This is a great place from which to explore the Quay and riverside area and it’s just a 10-minute walk uphill to the City Centre. And don't forget Exeter has several park and ride services available around the edges of the city, with buses that will bring you into the centre.
Arriving by train? Exeter central station is just a few minutes’ walk away from our store and there are frequent bus services that run from the front of the station to the High Street, if the hill looks a little steep for your liking.
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