Exeter
Exeter is a cathedral city in Devon, England with a population of 124,328. It lies within the ceremonial county of Devon, of which it is the county town.   Distance 1.4 miles. Walk time 29mins.  For more information visit our Exeter city page.
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The Imperial, ExeterStart at the Imperial. New N Rd, EX4 4AH  The pub is near Exeter St Davids rail station. From the station walk across to the Premier Inn and take the footpath alongside the right of the hotel.
Open all day from 8am, with good value food, served all day
Greene King Abbot, Ruddles Best Bitter, many changing beers.

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https://www.jdwetherspoon.com/pubs/all-pubs/england/devon/the-imperial-exeter

Walk down the lawn to St Davids Hill and head along it to your left. At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Hele Rd.
Turn right onto Queen's Terrace.

You will find the Farmers Union on your left.


Farmers Union

Farmers Union
16-18 Queens Terrace EX4 4HR
Open 10-11 Mon-Sat; 10-10.30 Sun
This pub serves many changing beers.

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http://yourfriendlypubco.co.uk/TheFarmersUnion/web/home.html

Cross the road into Queen Street and walk on past the Exeter Central Station on your left to the Angel on your right.



Angel ExeterNext is The Angel

32 Queen St, EX4 3SR
12-Midnight Mon-Thu; 12-2am Fri & Sat; 12-11.30 Sun
Otter Ale, 2 changing beers.

MUSIC: Thurs - Live band sessions   /   Fri & Sat - Party DJs
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http://www.theangelbar.co.uk/

Turn right out of the Angel and walk a short way to the Royal Albert Memorial Museum on your left.


The Royal Albert Memorial Museum

Royal Albert Memorial Museum

Queen St, EX4 3RX
10am–5pm, Closed Mondays.
Museum of the Year 2012
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https://rammuseum.org.uk/

Turn left out of the museum and then left again onto Upper Paul St. Follow round to the right into Gandy Street.


John Gandys Exeter

John Gandys

23 Gandy St, EX4 3LS
Along with a huge selection of Beers, John Gandy's hosts Cask Real ales from local microbrewers along with 2 craft Keg IPA's.
Open 11am, noon Sundays.

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http://www.johngandys.co.uk/

Continue along Gandy street to the end and turn right. Walk to the next corner on the right.

Chaucers Inn

Chaucers Inn Exeter

223-226 High St, EX4 6RW
Open 11-11 Mon-Sat; 11-4 Sun.    Food served 11-10; 11-3 Sun.
Ringwood Best Bitter, Wychwood Hobgoblin, 2 changing beers.
They have a policy of not allowing under 14s into the pub.
Chaucers is a  cellar bar and restaurant on the busy Exeter city centre High Street. It is decorated with traditional oak beams and flooring, snug alcoves, Chesterfield sofas and romantic lighting.
  
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http://www.chaucerspub.co.uk/

Cross into St Martins Lane and walk to the Ship Inn on your left.



Ship Inn ExeterThe Ship Inn

1-3 Martins Lane,  EX1 1EY.   Open 11-11 Mon-Wed; 11-Midnight Thu & Fri; 9am-Midnight Sat; 11-11 Sun   Food 11-10
A historic city centre pub situated along a narrow passage way between the high street and Cathedral. The pub offers good-value food, served all day; with a carvery every Wednesday.  Greene King Abbot, Greene King IPA, Sharp's Doom Bar, 1 changing beer.

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http://www.ship-exeter.co.uk/

Turn left out of the Ship and continue to the end of the lane and turn right into Cathedral Yard. The Well House will be on your right.


The Well House Tavern
It suffered a fire in October 2016 and may not be yet open.

Well House Tavern Exeter
16-17 Cathedral Close  EX1 1HB    11-11 Mon-Thu; 11-1am Fri & Sat; 12-10 Sun
The Well House is a historic tavern located next to Abode Exeter on the Cathedral Yard, and is owned by the celebrity chef Michael Caines.
The Well House Tavern offers the best selection of traditional cask-conditioned ales in Exeter, regularly beers from Otter, Hunter's, Hanlons, Piddle, Ringwood, Teignworthy and other local breweries.


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http://www.abodeexeter.co.uk/dining/the-well-house-tavern

You will see the Cathedral across the road.



Exeter CathedralExeter Cathedral

1 The Cloisters, EX1 1HS
Medieval Gothic building, known for its vaulted ceiling and astronomical clock, with roof tours.

Adults £7.50, Seniors £6, Students £6


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http://www.exeter-cathedral.org.uk/

Head up the wide steps from the cathedral exit and walk into the High Street. Turn left and cross the crossroads into Fore Street. The Chevalier will be on your left.


The Chevalier

Chevalier Exeter

81 Fore St, EX4 3HR.  Open 8am
Greene King Abbot, Ruddles Best Bitter, Sharp's Doom Bar and many guest beers.
Music is played Friday and Saturday nights, and on Saturdays there is a £1 charge to enter after 9pm.
The upstairs bar is reched by the staiicase at the front right of the pub.
Free wi-fi available
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https://www.jdwetherspoon.com/pubs/all-pubs/england/devon/the-chevalier-inn-exeter

Retrace your steps to the crossroads and turn left into North Street. Head down to the City Gate Hotel.

City Gate Hotel Exeter

The City Gate Hotel (May be closed for re-furbishment Feb-March 2017, check website)
Iron Bridge, Lower North Street,EX4 3RB
Open 11-11 Mon-Thu; 11-Midnight Fri & Sat; 11-10.30 Sun.   Food-12-9; 12-8.30 Sun
The City Gate, a fine Georgian building, is so named because it incorporates some of the ancient city wall into its cellar. It lies on the site of one of the old gates into Exeter.   Young's Bitter, Young's Special, 3 changing beers.

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http://www.citygatehotel.com/

Keep walking in the same direction to return to the start point.






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