The Cowick Barton Inn, Exeter - pub details
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- Food served, Real ale
- Outside seating
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Seven Stars Inn, Exeter (0.3 miles), First and Last Inn, Exeter (0.4 miles), Sawyer's Arms, Exeter (0.5 miles), Twisted Oak, Exeter (0.5 miles), Green Gables Inn, Exeter (0.6 miles) - see more nearby pubs
please note - reviews on this site are purely the opinion of site visitors, so don't take them too seriously.
|From the outside this is a fine looking place, A fish out of water from the nearby slums of St. Thomas.|
Once inside after opening a huge castle like front door i did feel a little dissapointed.
Not really a pub more like a resturant with a small bar drinking area.
We sat down by a fine looking fireplace but i felt the open plan design didn't do the place justice.
Ales were decent but very expensive.
Didn't eat here as it looked a little posh for us, we prefer pub grub.
montie49 - 18 Jan 2014 13:55
|This is a fantastic pub with a great atmosphere. The staff are all very friendly and go out of their way to make sure you have what you both want and need. The comment about the BNP is completely ridiculous - this may have been true before the new owners took over but not any more! - The food at this pub is also amazing and it is the only place my friends and I go to drink eat and socialise because we love it so much. By far the best pub in Exeter! |
Hannah_12345 - 2 Sep 2009 11:08
|that is false cus it is now under new magement and the bmp do not meet at this pub no more as the landlady does not wish them to !!!!|
barmaid11 - 22 Feb 2009 15:01
|I hope that everybody will be aware that the landlord of this pub hosts meetings of the BNP which should be enough reason to NOT patronise the place. He may be for free speech but his views can only be reprehensible|
wifflebum - 13 Jan 2008 18:43
|Some mates of mine in Exeter have passed this one by thinknig in was a hotel or masonic lodge or even *shudder* a harvester. |
It's a Tudor manor house out in the Suburbs of Exeter, stuck amongst the red-brick houses and boy-racers.
Inside it's all stone floor and three real ales plus more food than even I could get through after spending just about all of Saturday and Sunday there. There's plenty of veggie options and a wee beer lawn (not a garden really) out front.
Staff are friendly but then most people in Exeter seem to be.
Meant to be haunted by a monk too.
Scott - 25 Aug 2004 16:44