The Nobody Inn is located at Doddiscombsleigh, Exeter EX6 7PS, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with The Nobody Inn and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone. 01647 252394

Need to know more about this business, please call us during business hours or visit our website and can get more information -http://www.nobodyinn.co.uk/

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This 17th-century village pub with rooms is 1.4 miles from Dartmoor National Park and 3.8 miles from Exeter Racecourse.

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colin gibbs

5 Google Rating

Great atmosphere, excellent service. Food was just so good. The steak pie is not just tasty but hug

5/ 5

Great atmosphere, excellent service. Food was just so good. The steak pie is not just tasty but huge. Three real ales including Jail Ale, one of my favorites. Phenomenal whisky and wine selection. Recommend to all but book in advance.

Nazita S

5 Google Rating

Thoroughly enjoyed our meal at the Nobody Inn - members of our party have been going to the pub for

5/ 5

Thoroughly enjoyed our meal at the Nobody Inn - members of our party have been going to the pub for the past 40+ years. The publican was positively charming. We felt safe - everyone's temperature was checked upon entry as a safeguard, all the staff wore visors and everyone else wore masks walking around. The ale was excellent and beautifully kept. We had been hankering for their steak and ale pie and even though it wasn't on the menu on that day, the publican was more than happy to accommodate us (as everything is cooked fresh from scratch). It was delicious! As were the desserts. We recommend the Nobody Inn.

Hallam Curran

5 Google Rating

This pub is amazing. It has such friendly staff and a lovely owner. She even fed us after the pub ha

5/ 5

This pub is amazing. It has such friendly staff and a lovely owner. She even fed us after the pub had shut and we were finishing off our beers. Would highly recommend this place for anyone who wants a good atmosphere, lovely people, wood fire and delicious food! 5 stars for sure and we’ll be back!

Steven Forster

5 Google Rating

Brilliant pub. Charming place and the food was excellent. Steak and ale pie is very much recommended

5/ 5

Brilliant pub. Charming place and the food was excellent. Steak and ale pie is very much recommended. Great distancing and sanitisation. We will be back!

scott Wigley

5 Google Rating

Had Sunday lunch here and I can honestly say it was the best roast I have had in a very long time. T

5/ 5

Had Sunday lunch here and I can honestly say it was the best roast I have had in a very long time. Thank you it will get me through the next month with no restaurant visits.

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