The Nobody Inn

Pile in for the jolly quiz night, or sample one of the whiskies from an astonishing collection at Sue Burdge’s 17th-century dwelling house–turned–lively village pub-with-rooms. More

Contact details

The Nobody Inn
Doddiscombsleigh
Devon
EX6 7PS
England
01647 252394

Hotel information

Bedrooms

5

Open

all year except 24/25 Dec, 31 Dec, 1 Jan, restaurant closed Sun, Mon.

Facilities

2 bars, restaurant, free Wi-Fi (may be patchy), in-room TV (Freeview), garden, patio, parking, unsuitable for disabled.

Background music

none.

Children

not under 5 for overnight stays, not under 14 in 1 bar.

Dogs

on lead, in bar.

Credit cards

MasterCard, Visa.

Prices

[2017] per room B&B £79–£105, D,B&B £110–£135. À la carte £32.

Good Hotel Guide Review

Pile in for the jolly quiz night, or sample one of the whiskies from an astonishing collection at Sue Burdge’s 17th-century dwelling house–turned–lively village pub-with-rooms. ‘It seems like a film set from a period romp, but this is the real thing: low beams and parchment-stained plaster; a cornucopia of maps, prints and pictures of times past; welcome murmurings, chit-chat and laughter in the background.’ In the characterful dining room, choose from the short menu of ‘amazing-value’ pub dishes, perhaps home-made steak-and-ale pie with ‘a crackling crust’. Afterwards, pass through the log fire-warmed bar, and mount steep stairs to the ‘well-appointed’, oak-beamed bedrooms (some are small). ‘Our delightful room had a supremely comfy mattress topper and crisp pillowcases, plus plenty of current magazines and a dear little decanter of amontillado.’ In the morning, breakfast on ‘masses’ of home-smoked salmon and scrambled eggs; ‘award-worthy’ devilled kidneys. Sister outfit The Cridford Inn, Trusham (see entry), enters the Guide this year. (Evan Morgans, F and HN)

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The Nobody Inn
Doddiscombsleigh
Devon
EX6 7PS

Guest comments

'The room was quite small but with a nice outlook and a big, comfortable bed. The bathroom was small, shower only, anybody over 6 foot will struggle. Dinner was "pub grub" and a bit disappointing. ' - Peter Anderson - June, 2017
'We enjoyed dinner, an interesting menu. But our room was very small and the narrow bed had a lumpy mattress. ' - Jill & Mike Bennett - May, 2017
'A wonderful pub with fabulous food. Stupendous breakfasts served in a charming room. Our bedroom was delightful. The dine and stay deal is amazing value and the dinner is scrumptious ' - AK - January, 2016

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