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Exeter Central Station is the nearest train station and is just a few minutes’ walk from Rougemont House. Exit the train station onto Queens Street and turn left. Almost immediately on your left is the entrance to Northernhay Gardens. Go through this entrance and follow the path to the right, this will lead to an archway in the old city wall; go through the archway and you are now in Rougemont Gardens. Follow the path (in either direction) and it will lead to Rougemont House.
Most local buses will stop at the High Street in Exeter. Castle Street is just off the High Street and Rougemont House is almost at the end of Castle Street, between the Old Library and the entrance to Rougemont Gardens. If you arrive by coach to Exeter Central bus station you will find the High Street sign posted and only a few minutes’ walk away.
There is no parking at the school or in the street outside. The nearest car park is in King William Street and is pay and display. There is a cheaper long-stay car park nearby in Howell Road, also pay and display. Our neighbour, Exeter Castle, often has car parking available for £7 a day.
Although our building is old and quirky with wonky walls and some uneven floors, we’ve managed to make adaptions to enable ease of access for those with disabilities. We have a lift to each floor, a disabled toilet and ramp access to the building. Although we don’t have our own car park, we can make arrangements for visitors with disabled badges to park next door at Exeter Castle.
If you require support or further information to enable you to attend an event at the school, please do get in touch by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 01392 429 020.