Exeter Bathrooms are a leading UK bathroom showroom, offering not only the major bathroom & kitchen branded products at very competitive prices but we also obtain Discontinued Coloured Pottery and Reclaimed Bathroom, Kitchen and Heating Goods and we deliver direct to you all over the UK.

Serviced Areas

  • Exeter, Honiton & Tiverton

Contact Details

  City Exeter
  Postcode EX4 4NZ
  Address Unit 5/Wessex Trading Est/Station Rd
  Phone Number 013 9227 7727

From Our Website

We shall be available on the phone in case of emergencies - thank you for your kind understanding. Please note we are still unable to offer viewing in our showroom due to the Government's lockdown announcements. 10.30am - 1pm on Saturday to process existing and to answer new telephone orders. Thank you for your understanding. At Exeter Bathrooms and Kitchens we specialise in offering a broad range of bathroom and kitchen products at discounted prices. Our small outfit, market knowledge and reduced overheads means we get to pass on savings that would otherwise be unthinkable.

Mantaleda have been manufacturing quality G.R.P. bath tubs for over ten years. They particularly specialise in the production of innovative walk in baths, for the less able. Exeter Bathrooms can serve all manner of customers from single one off purchases, to multiple on going contracts, both at home in the UK and worldwide. The priya Walk In Bath with a 10mm thick toughened glass door and clean lines is the ultimate in modern design. An integral seat, wide opening doorway and a robust single lever lock, all add to the luxurious deep soak bathing experience.

Ceramic tiles are made from a mixture of clays and other natural materials to produce a strong, durable surface that is easy to maintain and relatively cheap to produce, giving customers more value for money. Our ceramic tiles come in a number of different styles and finishes, catering to a broad range of tastes and offering a selection of finishes. Porcelain tiles are also a ceramic material but incorporate a material known as Kaolin before being baked in a kiln at much higher temperatures than normal ceramics.