Jamaica Inn

Cornwall's Most Famous Smuggling Inn

Whilst the character and charm of the old parts of the Inn - the olde worlde bars, some restaurant areas and the ‘old rooms’ - have been carefully preserved.

The Smuggling Museum is full of artefacts and tales of Cornish smugglers, wreckers and villains that are brought wonderfully to life in a short film. The Daphne du Maurier Museum has many recently acquired exhibits including the original letters to Daphne and her husband from the Queen, Prince Philip, Prince Charles, Lord Mountbatten and others.

There is also a Farm Shop stacked with local Cornish produce and a Gift Shop with over five thousand items to choose from.

The Inn is believed to be haunted and many strange sightings happen to this day - especially on the monthly Ghost Hunts if you are brave enough to attend! Popular Murder Mystery evenings also take place monthly adding to the many things there are to do at the Jamaica Inn. 

The Jamaica Inn is easily reached by the A30 at Bolventor, midway between Launceston and Bodmin.