Last minute booking, so was delighted to get a room in this quirky Inn.
I was made really welcome by the staff, all of whom where doing a great job in these challenging Covid 19 times.
The Inn has a really great Devon pub vib - lots of wood & low ceilings. If you're a whisky lover, you'll love the selection here - and Sue will be sure to help advise you if needed.
It was a really great touch to find a table automatically booked for dinner - and I was so glad it was. I can recommend the steak and ale pie - meat that flaked, but was still moist & perfectly cooked veg.
The breakfast was lovely. Excellent quality ingredients, really well cooked and presented.
The only downside was the room - it was comfortable and clean, but had a narrow bed, overlooked the kitchen roof, and had a separate private bathroom (this would have been OK if a gown had been provided!) . TV didn't tune - I suspect that it's a non-digital service model. Ironically, this was the same room I had when I stayed around 20 years ago.
The sherry decanter in the room was welcome on arrival & the price of the room reflected its size and facilities.
I'll be back - and I won't wait for so long next time!
Perfect from start to finish. Originally booked for my 60th birthday, covid saw our visit delayed until our wedding anniversary weekend, so this turned into a joint celebration. We were looked after superbly by Sue and her team who were professional yet friendly throughout, ensuring we had a relaxed and memorable time.
The Inn is a timeless, 'olde worlde' traditional place with two outdoor seated areas. It has an amazing whisky and wine list - as a lover yet amateur whisky drinker Sue's knowledge and help over what to sample was appreciated.
The food both evenings was excellent, with hearty portions. Breakfast was also excellent with locally sourced produce. As we were staying at the Inn we were automatically allocated seats for both evenings. Thanks Sue for the window seat both evenings; for a romantic weekend away they are the best seats in the house :-)
The bedroom was quaint, cottage like in size, with a modern en suite. The sherry on arrival was a nice and welcome touch. The bed was lovely and comfy. The view out the window of the village lane, pleasant.
Our weekend at The Nobody Inn was everything I'd wished for. My one and only disappointment is that this is not my local! Thank you.
Overall, disappointed for one key reason: I booked a double room only to be told on arrival that we had booked room with a 4ft bed, and to upgrade to a different room which had "luckily become available" was a further £26. At no point in the booking process was this room/bed size highlighted, something I double checked when I returned home. I have spotted similar reviews and so I am concerned how often this happens. Apart from this, The Nobody Inn was a nice place to stay with character. A very large selection of whiskeys and the morning breakfast was very nice. The staff were friendly and there was a nice atmosphere in the pub in the event when we arrived. The room we ended up with was clean, the bed was comfy, and the bathroom had a very nice modern feel to it. It's a shame that I was disappointed with this stay because of the room problem, but I feel this is a bit cheeky in my personal opinion. Dwarfism is defined as anyone under 4ft10inch, and so even certain dwarfs would be too tall for this bed... (!!!)
We were on our travels to the bottom on Cornwall to reunite with our long time family friends but needed someone to stop over night as it would be far to long of a journey for my wife and her bad back when we came across the beautiful NoBody Inn..
When we arrive it was everything we love countryside, Open Fire, Cosy and Warm on a winters day ! We were shown up to our room and it got better when we saw how lovely and clean it was ! We decided to have a rest after our long journey before nipping downstairs for a welcomed drink. That’s when it took a turn for the worst we were greeted my a different member of staff a young girl who was most rude to myself and my wife and demanded we filled out a breakfast menu for the morning, we hadn’t even ordered a drink at this point, later into the evening we ordered our food it was outstanding, lovely size portion just great ! My wife isn’t a big eater and she managed to clear her plate. We then again fell a victim of bad attitude by the same member of staff which made my wife feel very uncomfortable after another glass of wine we decided to skip pudding and retire to bed with a night cap to avoid anymore bad feeling. We are hoping to plan another trip with two other of our friends but are now a bit worried about bringing them due to the way we were treated by the member of staff, other than that a great place with great rooms and food.
Thank you kindly
Thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the NoBody Inn plus we discovered it was the perfect place to take shelter from Storm Dennis. A wonderful country Inn with bags of character, excellent service and an extensive choice of drinks. Our room was clean and very comfortable and the four poster bed was a lovely touch. Dinner was a delight and the service was perfect, relaxed and not rushed. During the evening (and probably due to the storm) there was a power cut so we spent the rest of the evening in candle light which added to the Inns charm. The staff we so helpful and couldn’t do enough to ensure we were comfortable. On leaving, we were given a bottle of wine as an apology which was completely unnecessary as everything, during our stay, was perfect.