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More than 250 carefully curated wines; 240 whiskies; around 50 Devon cheeses from artisan producers; West Country ales; regular steak nights: just some of the delights on offer at this atmospheric 16th-century inn where “quaint old furniture” provides comfort beside the open fires, and tables outside offer the prospect of bosky hillside views. Best of all, the Nobody boasts a competent kitchen serving hearty British food. Bar lunches might bring game terrine, smoked haddock tartlet or beef and ale pie with horseradish mash, while dinner in the restaurant moves up a gear for, say, a tian of Brixham crab with avocado and radish, Gloucester Old Spot pork belly with wilted lettuce, roasted garlic and wild mushrooms or sticky ginger pudding with clotted-cream ice cream. It’s also an “amazing place to stay”, notes one reader.
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