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Gandy Street

13 lokale anbefaler,

Tips fra lokale

Tamara
August 9, 2018
They say Gandy Street was the inspiratin for a local girl to create Diagon Alley in Harry Potter. When you see it you'll understand why. Clothes, gifts, restaurants, cafes, bars...it's just a little more independent in feel than the high street.
Elliot
May 17, 2018
Claimed to be the inspiration for Diagon Alley in JK Rowling's Harry Potter series, this quaint street is lined with indie boutiques and places to eat and drink.
Katharine
February 9, 2018
Quirky street. JK Rowling studied at University of Exeter and this street is the inspiration for Diagon Alley
Kerensa
November 23, 2017
For a little something different explore this beautiful street filled with independent shops and boutiques
Chris
November 4, 2017
Unusual shops in Gandy street to explore!

Unikke ting, man kan tage sig til i nærheden

Vingårdstur og vinsmagning
Fra Pris:$19/person
Nyd Exeter med en privat kok
Fra Pris:$80/person
Den store middelalderlige by Exeter
Fra Pris:$49/person

Steder at bo i nærheden

  1. Hel(t) udlejningsbolig
  2. 1 seng
Zeni Ensuite-værelser i Exeter
SUPERHOST
  1. Privat værelse
  2. 1 seng
Exeter Large Single Bedroom in Terraced House
  1. Hel(t) gæstesuite
  2. 1 seng
Exeter City Private Enkelt studie egen indgang (9)
  1. Hel(t) gæstesuite
  2. 1 seng
(EX4 6AY) City Centre Dobbelt-suite Studiolejlighed (7)
  1. Privat værelse
  2. 1 seng
Single room Victorian townhouse Exeter City Centre
  1. Privat værelse
  2. 1 seng
City Central privat dobbelt-suite (4)
SUPERHOST
  1. Hel(t) udlejningsbolig
  2. 2 senge
Komfortabel studiolejlighed i georgisk byhus.
  1. Hel(t) gæstesuite
  2. 1 seng
(EX4 6AY) City Centre Studio privat indgang (10)
SUPERHOST
  1. Hel(t) hytte
  2. 1 seng
Dejlig Centrum Cottage
  1. Privat værelse
  2. 1 seng
Sunny single room with private shower room
  1. Værelse på boutique-hotel
  2. 1 seng
Bymidten privat enkeltværelse med eget bad 5
  1. Hel(t) gæstesuite
  2. 1 seng
Søde 1 soveværelse badeværelse køkken/ stue.
  1. Hel(t) udlejningsbolig
  2. 1 seng
Cosy Studio 5 minutes from Exeter City Center
  1. Helt hjem
Selvforsynende NY Central Stueetage Studio (1)
  1. Hel(t) udlejningsbolig
  2. 2 senge
Dejlig studiolejlighed i Exeter, tæt på centrum
  1. Hel(t) lejlighed
  2. 1 seng
Hyggelig lejlighed tæt på Exeter kaj og centrum

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    • 9 lokale anbefaler
  • Movie Theater
    “Lovely cinema in Exeter with bar and coffee shop, where you can take your drinks into the film and sit on sofas or comfy seats, showing some of the main films, but also a great line up of quirky new and old favourites - well worth looking up what is playing. The Phoenix Art Centre also show some really unique films, documentaries and old classics, in their tiny, intimate cinema, also with bar and coffee shop. There are often plenty of people in both other these watching films on their own, or with others. ”
    • 17 lokale anbefaler
  • Museum
    “Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery (RAMM) is a museum and art gallery in Exeter, Devon, the largest in the city. It holds significant and diverse collections in areas such as zoology, anthropology, fine art, local and overseas archaeology, and geology. Altogether the museum holds over one million objects, of which a small percentage is on permanent public display. It is a 'Major Partner Museum' (MPM) under the Arts Council England administered programme of strategic investment, which means RAMM receives funding (2012–15) to develop its services. RAMM receives this funding in partnership with Plymouth City Museum & Art Gallery. Previously they were described as 'hub museums' under the 'Renaissance' Programme for regional museums which operated between 2002–11 and funded by the now defunct Museums Libraries & Archives Council (MLA). Founded in 1868, the museum is housed in a Gothic Revival building of local New Red Sandstone that has undergone several extensions during its history; most recently, the museum was re-opened on 15 December 2011 after a redevelopment lasting four years and costing £24M. Since its re-opening the museum has received several awards.”
    • 64 lokale anbefaler
  • Cafe
    “A really good value Meze bar. Serves tasty turkish food in an informal setting. ”
    • 7 lokale anbefaler
  • Food
    “Open from early morning for a breakfast on-the-go, pizzas at lunchtime, right up to the evening, where live music and good cheer are both aplenty. They also do some mean smoothies and shakes during the day.”
    • 7 lokale anbefaler
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Exeter, EX4 3LS