Finding an ideal quirky inn in Exeter does not have to be difficult. Welcome to The Nobody Inn, a nice option for travellers like you.
Rooms at The Nobody Inn provide a flat screen TV, and getting online is easy, with free internet access available.
In addition, The Nobody Inn offers free breakfast, which will help make your Exeter trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
Should time allow, St Catherine's Chapel and Almshouses is a popular ancient ruins that is relatively easy to get to.
The Nobody Inn puts the best of Exeter at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
What a wonderful lunch we’ve just had at the Nobody. What a warm reception with clear COVID explanations and temperature checks. The staff couldn’t have been more friendly I don’t think and they made us feel so very welcome - including our two labradors. We preceded the lunch with a nice short walk to work up an appetite. The portions were great - even the child portions were brilliant value for money and all washed down with a couple of nice pints of an Otter Ale in a jug glass. The food was wolfed down so quickly I didn’t get a chance to take a photo of how great the food was - just the pudding managed to make it into shot. We would happily hurry back here and only wish this was our local pub.
The Nobody Inn came highly recommended to us and we were looking forward to a good night away from cooking. Instead, we were greeted grumpily, ignored for quite a while until we made a bit of a fuss and then the food was mediocre. What's more, we didn't feel that the spacing was adequate for COVID times. We heard that they were short staffed and we would have been content to wait if we had had a smile and at least a jug of water on the table. We were very disappointed.
Took a detour off the A38, on our way down to Cornwall, to visit this pub. We are so glad we did. We received a warm welcome from the staff who reassured us by following the Covid guidance. Sat us at a table took our drinks order whilst we decided on what to have for lunch. We decided on a Tempura prawn starter, which was excellent. We followed this up with fish pie and game pie, well it was pie week after all! They were both superb. Overall the food was brilliant, the staff were friendly and attentive. What’s not to like. So well worth the detour.
Ordered the fish and chips for lunch. They were not busy only 3 tables being used. Batter was not cooked and left a slime over the teeth, fish rather grey looking. My partner had the Steak and Ale pie which he enjoyed. Staff attentive but obviously chef/cook was not. They must have known the batter wasn't cooked enough and should not have served it.
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!…