Mill On The Exe
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Review score on facebook : 4.1 / 5
Price Range : ££
Phone : 01392214464
The Mill on the Exe
The Mill on the Exe is a spectacular pub in a beautiful location. With tranquil waterside gardens next to Blackaller Weir and the Millstone footbridge, the pub is still only a stone’s throw away from the bustle of Exeter city centre, the university and Exeter St David’s Railway Station.
The bar is open from 11.00am - 11.00pm Monday - Sundays 10.30am to 11pm.
Food is served from 12.00noon - 9.00pm everyday. Children welcome. All our food is freshly prepared and cooked to order. To see our menu, please go to our website www.millontheexe.com
We serve real ales from the westcountry's leading brewery, St Austell, as well as an extensive wine list. We serve quality fairtrade coffees and have a free wi-fi connection, so grab your laptop and pop in any time of the day!
Meetings & conferences
We have informal areas that can be set up for meetings (up to 30 people). We also have areas of the pub that can be reserved for small/large private functions.
History of the Mill
The Mill on the Exe was a paper mill until the 1960s, and the original water wheel used to turn the machinery is now a feature in the pub's gardens. The old mill was converted into a pub, which has been owned by St Austell Brewery since 1994.
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