Limo hire Exeter
Refereed to by the Romans as the ‘Watertown of the Devonians,’ Exeter in Devonshire is just as much a cosmopolitan hub of activity as it was over 2000 years ago. The only difference is that the walled in city today is more about celebrating the richness of it’s history and its bustling city center, not the latest successful conquests of the British hinterland.
Proud home to Britain’s narrowest street, Exeter is contemporary famous for the cities picturesque quayside and Exeter’s iconic Castle and Cathedral Quaters. However, don’t let Exeter fool you. Spring, autumn and winter see Exeter transformed into a bustling University town. Exeter isn’t just like every other university town though. The roman fortifications which still surround the city have helped lock in Exeter’s distinct cultural charm and ambiance over the years. Rather then, than boast an over abundance of old school dance anthem drunk student bars, Exeter offers something altogether more genuine in regard to evening and gastronomic entertainment.
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The Fat Pig for instance, once the historic side street haunt of black marketeers and more recently one of Exeter’s most controversy mired boozers, has been transformed in recent years into one of the cities most iconic gastro pubs. Likewise, Exeter’s ever popular ‘Cosy Club,’ is the only bar and eatery in England to be illuminated by an eclectic mix of genuine Concorde hanger lights and reclaimed Victorian lampshades. Throw in wall to wall soviet era propaganda and model the overall bar and restaurant on an operating theater, and you can really start to appreciate how Exeter embodies something ultimately unique in regard to fine dining and in general evening entertainment.
Of course, a lot of people arriving in style in Exeter in their own stretch limo hire are looking for bigger, brighter venues than just places like Exeter’s esteemed cocktail bar, The Bike Shed.
Indeed, from the reputedly haunted Prospect Inn on the Exeter waterfront, to The Timepiece, Exeter’s longest established and most locally lauded live music venue, Exeter offers something for everyone, not least passing through cultural junkies.
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However, Exeter doesn’t just do things niche and quirky. Exeter also does thinks big, loud and flamboyantly if you want it to. The Arena, with a decade spent rocking Exeter into the early hours, combined with Exeter’s open seven day a week Mosaic nightclub, subsequently make Exeter a just as definitive Southwest England clubbing destination a must for limo hire Kent.