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Double Locks Deck Exeter
England

Double Locks has to be Exeter's most famous pub. Located on the canal towpath a couple of miles out of the city, it is a superb place to relax with a beer and some good food.

Though owned by Youngs of London, it still has a range of independent beers available on tap and an outdoors barbeque through the summer months.

No need to drive there as it is on one of Exeter's excellent cycle routes.

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Uploaded: 13/09/2009
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