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Summer Dining: 3 Sunny Spots to Eat Out in Exeter

Summer is most definitely here and what better way to enjoy the sunshine than dining outdoors? With plenty of restaurants within walking distance of your bed and breakfast accommodation in Exeter, you’ll be spoilt for choice.

Exeter Cathedral

Here are just 3 Exeter alfresco dining venues to bask in this Summer.

1. Cote Brasserie

There may be limited outdoor seating at this Exeter restaurant, but with exquisite views across to the Cathedral, it’s a sought-after spot.

With its French-inspired menus, you’d be forgiven for thinking you’re enjoying the delights of Paris as you tuck into your French Onion Soup.

2. The Cosy Club

Tucked away from the hustle and bustle but still in the heart of the City is the quirky Cosy Club. The interesting décor and expert mixologist staff make this a great place for drinks or dining outdoors in Exeter.

Tuck into your burger, tapas or just a cocktail on the terrace – there are even blankets to keep you warm once the sun goes down. With special offers every Monday and Tuesday evening, you’re outdoor dining experience in Exeter just got better.

3. Double Locks

It would be impossible to talk about eating outdoors in Exeter without mentioning the Double Locks. It’s well worth the 20 minute walk along Exeter canal to enjoy the hearty menu choices and real ales.

With ample seating and a large grass area, you could even work off your outdoor dinner with a game of footie or Frisbee. If that’s not enough to convince you, the range of events throughout the year, not to mention the Summer BBQ menu should do the trick.

Bed and Breakfast Accommodation in the heart of Exeter

Accommodation in ExeterWith so many options for eating out, opting for no frills accommodation is a must. Stay at the University of Exeter and you’ll have extra pennies to spare – who knows, you might even have enough for pud!

To find out more about bed and breakfast accommodation in Exeter visit the Event Exeter website or contact a member of the Event Exeter team.

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