Volunteer InnBroad Street
Ottery St Mary
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The pub has been part of Ottery St Mary’s history since 1810 when it opened as a dwelling, hostelry and recruitment centre for the Napoleonic War. It was first registered as the Volunteer Inn in 1831. This family-friendly lively pub is located in the centre of the town; it is very popular with a broad clientele. Front bar has been kept traditional and rear bar is a more modern restaurant. All real ales, mainly sourced from local breweries, are served by gravity. Good-value pub food is served seven days a week, including a traditional Sunday roast, in the recently extensively refurbished and extended restaurant.