The NoBody Inn
Tel: 01647 252394
The award winning Nobody Inn is set in rolling Devon countryside between the Haldon Hills and the Teign Valley about six miles to the south-west of Exeter.
One of Devon's leading inns, renowned for its imaginative wine and whisky list, comprehensive selection of local cheeses and menus showcasing fresh and local produce.
An Inglenook fireplace, antique furniture, timeless atmosphere and bags of old world charm.
Why not linger here for a few days and enjoy the 5 individually designed and cosy bedrooms above the pub!
All of the rooms have their own unique style and are beautifully decorated. To get your stay off to a happy start you will find a decanter of sherry and glasses as our welcome to you.
Usually around 15 local cheeses which change regularly showcase the very best West Country produce. Cornish Yarg, Millstone, Oakdown Garlic and Herb, Sharpham to name but a few!
Wines and Whiskies
Over two hundred and forty whiskies and two hundred wines, many by the glass attract visitors from around the country.
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Extensive off road car park.
Yes, 5 individually designed and very comfortable rooms.
80 inside and 30 outside.
BY a roaring log fire or in the beer garden with views of the rolling hills of Devon.
The extraordinary wine list describes, quite unpretentiously and often amusingly, over 250 wines from the very simple to the highly complex and from the everyday to the rarest.
Perfect for any celebration, please call for details and availabilitiy.
Bar Menu starters from £4.50. Mains from £6.95 to 9.75. A La Carte served evenings only with mains from £14.00 - £20.00.
Unpretentious, honest English food showcasing fresh and local produce.
Always and creative choice of vegetarian dishes available.
Venison Steak with Mandarin and Chocolate Sauce, sautéed herb potatoes and seasonal vegetables. Homemade Steak and Ale Pie, seasonal vegetables and horseradish mashed potatoes. Rack of Lamb with Rosemary and Redcurrant Sauce with sautéed herb potatoes and seasonal vegetables.