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Old Exeter Pubs, Exe Island

Hold down LH mouse button to see where these pubs were on the modern street configuration. Use the links below to access a particular pub, inn or hotel.

Western Way was constructed during the 1960's and many of the pubs of Shilhay and Exe Island served their last pints because of this development. These notably included the Old Teignmouth Inn, the Blueboy Inn, the Shakespeare Inn and Cattle Market Inn.


Back's Temperance Hotel

Three Queens

The Star & Garter

Yandell's Vaults

The Fortune Of War

The Old Teignmouth Inn
The Teignmouth Arms

Riverside Cafe Hotel

The Farriers Arms

Machine Maker

New Bridge

The Old Bell
The Bell Inn


Three Horse Shoes
Allhallows New Inn
New Inn

City Of Exeter
The Albion

New Tavern

The Bryghteleghys Inn

The Golden Eagle

Pig Market Inn

Bystock Inn

Exeter Arms
Exeter Inn
Merry Monk
Barts Tavern

The Woolpack Inn

The London Inn

The Champion's Arms


The Kings Arms Inn
New Blackamoors Head

The Black-a-moor's Head
Blackmoor's Head

The Black-a-moor's Head

The Lazy Landlord
The Princess Alexandria Inn

Shakespeare Inn

The Ring Of Bells

The Anchor Inn
The Blue Anchor

The Blueboy Inn

The Papermakers Arms

Mill On The Exe

Engine Bridge PH

The Weavers Arms

Blue Ball Inn

Westgate Hotel PH.

The Queens Head

Red Cow

Pelican Inn

The Mercer's Arms

The Exmouth Arms

The Clothworker's Arms

The College
The Bishops Blaize
Nosey Parkers
Bishops Blaze

The Moulder's Arms

The Queen Caroline

The Round Tree Inn

The Sea Horse

The Mitre

The Forresters Arms

The Victoria Inn
The Queen Victoria

The Cattle Market Inn

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