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Mill on the Exe

Where nature meets the city. When you’re sipping on a refreshing pint in Mill on the Exe’s tranquil, waterside gardens next to Blackaller Weir and the Millstone footbridge, you’ll forget you’re mere minutes away from Exeter city centre. This contemporary pub serves delicious dishes that pair perfectly with award-winning beers.
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Old Market House

Overlooking Brixham harbour, the Old Market House is the prime location for waterside dining. Tuck into succulent seafood and delicious pub classics in the cosy pub, or soak in the sunshine on a summer’s day with the pub’s outdoor seating, a great viewing deck for the boats in the harbour.
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Royal Castle

Situated at the very heart of Dartmouth, The Royal Castle enjoys a landmark location and fantastic views over the river Dart. This award-winning 17th century hotel is an iconic and unmissable building, the perfect place to enjoy delicious pub food and local ales by the waterside.
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Royal Seven Stars

Some say Totnes is the most eccentric town in the whole of Britain. The Royal Seven Stars is a characterful pub located in the vibrant town, just a stone’s throw from the River Dart, offering inventive twists on pub classics, with locally-sourced ingredients at the heart of every dish.
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Samuel Jones

For quayside dining in the heart of Exeter, Samuel Jones is the perfect place to enjoy views of the River Exe over great food and drink. The pub’s steakhouse menu features a tantalising range of steaks and chops, bistro classics, alongside a revamped selection of mouth-watering puddings.

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