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Exeter quay is becoming a popular place to meet and socialise again
Several pubs cafes and restaurants opening up again- lovely location overlooking the exe river
Great walks along it’s banks, you can make up a circular walk as bridges are Along the route
Not a bad walk, but I wish Exeter Council would employ someone to at least on a regular basis pressure wash the footpaths and clear away litter from the waterfront quays. The footpaths were covered with poo from the ducks and geese which thankfully was...More
Visiting Exeter as part of a four-day stay in Devon, we noticed a sign to the Quay and decided to take a look. We must have gone the long way round as the return walk was much shorter.
The quay is picturesque and there were...More
A nice place to slowly stroll around especially if the weather is good. Not too far from the city centre. Dragon racing on the river was taking place when I was there and there are places to grab a drink or a bite to eat,...More
We had some Swedish friends over on holiday and decided to show them around Exeter, one of the places we visited was Exeter Quay. They were very taken with all the artisan shops along the quayside it was an excellent day weatherwise and was certainly...More
We have been to the quay before and this was our third visit having discovered it by accident exploring Exeter which is a regular trip for us (how we missed this I have no idea!!!) We have had a shelf made in one of the...More
Our first visit here during a brief stopover in Exeter. Lots of artisan shops along the key and several cafes. Not very busy when we visited due to the poor weather at at the end of the season. It would be better to visit during...More
It is a short walk from the Cathedral, less than 10 minutes. However part of the way is a bit steep which could be a bit uncomfortable for someone hat does not find walking very easy. There are alternative routes, which may... More
It is a short walk from the Cathedral, less than 10 minutes. However part of the way is a bit steep which could be a bit uncomfortable for someone hat does not find walking very easy. There are alternative routes, which may be flatter but would take a lot longer. Perhaps taking the bus would be the best option.