The Jamaica Inn
Immortalised in Daphne du Maurier's eponymous tale of smugglers, rogues and pirates, this historic coaching house has welcomed travellers crossing Bodmin Moor for nearly 300 years. Full of legend, mystery, romance and even, according to folklore, the odd friendly spirit, Jamaica Inn is set in one of the most evocative moorland locations in Britain. Jamaica Inn provides a relaxing and comfortable night's sleep in both the original atmospheric Inn or in the newer wing of the hotel. All rooms are en-suite and, for that romantic break, some feature glorious four-poster beds. A stay in the old part of the coaching house is a magical, romantic and mysterious experience. Just make sure you don't sit in our resident ghost's favourite chair though!
Open for food from 7.30am to 9.30pm, we use only the freshest and finest local ingredients where possible. The menu includes delights such as delicious steak pies, succulent gammon steaks, fillets of salmon, vegetarian choices and on most weekends, a hearty Sunday roast. The menu options are being further increased and supplemented with a daily ‘specials board'.
Whether you just want to pop in for a warming coffee, a pint after a walk on the moors, or are planning a visit with friends for an evening meal, you will find our friendly staff will give you a warm welcome.
Pre-packed picnics and snacks are also available to pre-order - perfect if you wish to take a bite to eat on your travels or on a leisurely wander on the moors.
Launceston, Cornwall, PL15 7TS
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