Pub Nights With Exeter IVC

First Wednesday of each month we meet at

The Wetherspoon pub in New North Road Exeter.

Prospective members and friends  are always welcome to come along and meet us any time from 8.00pm onwards.  Come along for a general chat and get to know us better.

Below are a selection of the pubs that we regularly visit ...
see our club diary to find out where we are this week.

            Easter lunch at the imperial

Black Horse Inn, Honiton Road

Picture of the Black Horse Inn, evening with lights on. 

This Pub/Restaurant offers a good selection of wines and ales. Family friendly and with a varied menu to cater for all tastes.


Picture of Blue ball Inn. Daytime, Thatched building.            
Blue Ball Inn, Sandygate

A beautiful thatched building with a modern interior serving good value food. Family friendly and welcome atmosphere.

  Lunch at the Blur ball

Half Moon pub sign.
The Half Moon Inn, Clyst St.Mary, Exeter.

This wonderful pub is full of old world charm and a welcoming friendly atmosphere. Superb Home Cooked food, Real Ales & Lagers.

                                       Meal at the half moon

Lighter Inn, Topsham

Lighter Inn tosham, Devon. People sat outside.

A beautiful pub-restaurant situated right on the water's edge, overlooking the River Exe estuary.

The Lighter Inn, Topsham

Picture of the bar. Mill on Exe, Exeter.Mill on the Exe

Built on the site of the old mill this pub-restaurant is a pleasant place to spend an evening with friends. In the summer sit outside next to the river with it's abundance of wildlife. In the winter sit inside and enjoy a real open fire.

Front View, The Stables. Pub The Stables, Cowley, Exeter

Newly refurbished (2015) this family friendly pub-restaurant has a wide menu choice and a good selection of ales.

Outside seating front and back is available when the weather permits.

Front View 2 The Stables pub.

New Inn, Alphington

New Inn pub Sign The New inn Alphington. A family run pub with good food. Club members often eat here on special occasions such as birthdays. The landlord is friendly and welcoming.         

Royal Oak, Okhampton Street, Exeter
Royal Oak, Okhampton Street. This pub is one of our regular venues since coming under new managment a little while ago. They serve good food and don't mind us holding our "bar nights" there. A few of usually get there early to eat before the club meets.    Picture of pub    

Twisted Oak, Ide, Exeter
Picture of pub The Twisted Oak, Ide.
Fast becoming an IVC favourite for its good food and pleasant surroundings.