White Hart Hotel, Exeter

Kompas Exeter Instagram feed (22 June 2016)

If there's one spot in Exeter that proves there’s more to pub chains than cheap grub and kids’ colouring books, it’s the White Hart. Tucked away on South Street, this Marston’s Inn branch serves up a range of tempting deals – from two steaks and wine for £20 (Mon-Thurs) and Wednesday’s “Curry Night” to a whole menu of low-calorie, gluten- or wheat-free options. The bit that makes White Hart extra special, though? Its location. Duck through the modest entrance, and you'd be forgiven for thinking you've stumbled into a scene from A Midsummer Night's Dream. The leafy cobbled courtyard and twinkling fairy lights give out tantalisingly tropic vibes (oh, and don’t even get us started on the Secret Garden…) while inside, the White Hart’s rustic, warm interior takes full advantage of the building’s 15th Century roots. Whether you’re after a cold pint, a burger or a pearl barley & kale risotto, it seems you won’t go far wrong if you enjoy it here in one of Exeter’s oldest – and probably most charming – inns. #Exeter #Kompas #WhiteHart #SouthStreet #SouthWest #Devon #VisitDevon #KompasExeter #Marstons #MarstonsInns #Pub #PubGrub #Courtyard #FairyLights #Food #Foodie #DevonFood #PubFood #Restaurant #IgersExeter #Marston #SecretGarden #PubGarden #BeerGarden #SummerNights #Bar

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If there’s one spot in Exeter that proves there’s more to pub chains than cheap grub and kids’ colouring books, it’s the White Hart. Tucked away on South Street, this Marston’s Inn branch serves up a range of tempting deals – from two steaks and wine for £20 (Mon-Thurs) and Wednesday’s “Curry Night” to a whole menu of low-calorie, gluten- or wheat-free options.
The bit that makes White Hart extra special, though? Its location. Duck through the modest entrance, and you’d be forgiven for thinking you’ve stumbled into a scene from A Midsummer Night’s Dream. The leafy cobbled courtyard and twinkling fairy lights give out tantalisingly tropic vibes (oh, and don’t even get us started on the Secret Garden…) while inside, the White Hart’s rustic, warm interior takes full advantage of the building’s 15th Century roots.
Whether you’re after a cold pint, a burger or a pearl barley & kale risotto, it seems you won’t go far wrong if you enjoy it here in one of Exeter’s oldest – and probably most charming – inns.

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