Jamaica Inn

UK England South West England Cornwall Launceston

  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Wifi
  • Walking
This historic coaching inn is one of the most iconic Cornish locations you could choose to stay in.
Cornwall's most famous historic inn has been given quite a makeover since the days of Daphne du Maurier's famous novel, but the location on Bodmin Moor is as wild and  beguiling as ever, its 36 rooms are comfortable and the food hearty and excellent quality. Unsurprisingly it's something of a magnet for tourists, who come for the Maurier museum and the ghosts of various smugglers and other ne'er do wells who are said to haunt the bar and restaurant and one of the rooms – in fact TV's 'Most Haunted' reckoned it was one of the scariest places they had ever visited. Whether you believe in all  that or not,  it's one of the most atmospheric and iconic Cornish locations you could choose to stay in, and enjoys a tremendous position on the moor by any standards. If you do hear the ghostly sound of horses' hooves outside in the dead of night, as some are said to do,  just turn over and go back to sleep. 



Open all year.


Double rooms with breakfast from £110 a night.


36 en-suite guest rooms.


Jamaica Inn, Bolventor, Launceston, Cornwall PL15 7TS

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