The ultimate day out in Exeter

Now we’re able to meet outside and come back into the clinic, we’re ready to make plans!

Whether you’re visiting Exeter for a few days, or you live nearby, we hope this guide allows you to discover some new businesses in the city that deserve a little love. 

Obviously, the ultimate day out depends on what you love doing. But we’ve curated a list of independent businesses based in the heart of Exeter that are definitely worth a visit. 

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Chando’s Deli 

We love this family-run business. They have one simple aim: serving fantastic, locally sourced food and drink. The deli is tucked away in a quiet little corner of Princesshay, offering casual dining and the option to take-away.

They sell really good food such as local cheeses, homemade cakes and fresh bread. However, our favourite reason to visit Chando’s is for their coffee blends. They always make the perfect cup! A great way to start off your ultimate day out in Exeter.

Radiance Aesthetic Clinic

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Of course, we had to mention our clinic! We have more machines and expertise than any clinic in the South West and we always provide a friendly, welcoming atmosphere. Perhaps you’re celebrating a special occasion or want to treat a friend to an afternoon pamper.

We understand getting back into an everyday routine may feel a little overwhelming right now, but whether you want to treat yourself to a pedicure or invest in a treatment such as MiraDry, we are here to make you feel safe and back to your best self.

And don’t forget, we also have the extra bonus of free, discreet parking so you won’t have to worry about walking through the city centre after having your treatment. 

Click here to view our full list of treatments and prices. 

Harry’s Restaurant 

This is one of the best places in town for a spot of lunch. Harry’s is another family-run business and is rated one of the best restaurants in Exeter on TripAdvisor. We totally understand why. 

From their iconic 19th century building, they offer a range of dishes from steaks and lobster to salads. They also have a great selection of wines and cocktails if you’re after a boozy treat.

Where possible, Harry’s source their ingredients from nearby farms, producers and suppliers so you know you’re getting the freshest dishes possible.

Lorna Ruby

The ultimate day out in Exeter wouldn’t be complete without a visit to a local, boutique shop. 

Lorna Ruby have created a space where “lifestyle beliefs and personal style can co-exist”. You can find shoes, accessories, clothes and even homeware in their cosy store just next to the Cathedral. 

Offering timeless pieces from cutting-edge brands, this small boutique shop should be high on your list of haunts to visit in Exeter.