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Larkbeare House is an ideal venue for meetings, seminars and conferences. It is located within easy reach of Exeter city centre and close to the M5 and other major roads. Many functions rooms can be booked. Catering (tea, coffee and food) is provided by Devon Norse and can be pre-ordered. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01392 380265.
For further information or to book a meeting room at Larkbeare House please email email@example.com or call County Hall Reception on 01392 382504.
- Function rooms
Larkbeare House is able to offer meeting rooms of various sizes. Each room is set in a standard boardroom style. Only rooms which are on the ground floor have disabled access. Rooms are simply furnished and do not have phone sockets, wifi, or include provision of resource equipment for presentations.
Rooms are free to DCC employees on DCC business. Please see tariff below for external users of Larkbeare House.
Larkbeare House opens at 8.30am. All users of the building are required to vacate the building by 5.30pm and the entrance gates are closed shortly after. There is car parking adjacent to the building and an additional overflow area.
Please see the table below for details of each room and call County Hall Reception on 01392 382504 or email firstname.lastname@example.org in order to make a booking.
- How to get here
Its location within easy reach of Exeter city centre, close to the M5, other major roads and three railway stations, makes Larkbeare House accessible however you choose to get here. Larkbeare House is indicated on the following map – Larkbeare House location map (please note that Devon Registration Service is based at Larkbeare).
Car parking for visitors is limited to 40 spaces and cannot be reserved. Larkbeare House is often used by different groups at the same time and you are advised, if coming by car, to car share if at all possible.
As part of its commitment to ‘green travel’ the County Council is actively seeking to reduce the number of cars travelling to all Council establishments. All visitors are requested to consider the alternatives.
Space for cycles can be made available and you should advise that this is required at the time of booking. A map of Exeter Cycle Network is also available.
Bus and train services
Please see Travel Devon.