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Jamaica Inn

Bolventor PL15 7TS, England
+44 1566 86250
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Alan and his team have got the balance of this establishment right. Daphne du Maurier and the book... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Jim_Oxford
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United Kingdom
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Well worth the visit

This ancient inn is the inspiration for Daphne Du Maurier's famous tale of smugglers. It lies just... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
jackrobson97
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Exeter, United Kingdom
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Bolventor PL15 7TS, England
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Alan and his team have got the balance of this establishment right. Daphne du Maurier and the book 'Jamaica Inn' aside, it's the staff and their 'can do' and 'chip in' team work that wins here. Whether they clean, work the bars, cook, run the...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This ancient inn is the inspiration for Daphne Du Maurier's famous tale of smugglers. It lies just off the main A30 between Launceston and Bodmin, and is well worth a visit. The shop has some really interesting stuff, the farm shop is brilliant and the...More

Thank jackrobson97
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

I stopped here on our journey to Cornwall, I've been interested in visiting here for a while and thought it was a good opportunity to stop and rest to break up our long journey to Cornwall. I'd watched a lot of most haunted s where...More

Thank Sapphire2829
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We found everyone to be so friendly the setting is beautiful the building very atmospheric we visited when Pirate singers where entertaining super evening all round can't wait to return

Thank Stacey T
Reviewed 15 August 2017

called here out of curiosity nice pub seems to have plenty going on pub/restaurant/b&b museum/shop photo opportunity's good base to explore bodmin moor short drive to dozmary pool

Thank William G
Reviewed 14 August 2017

Went over to the Jamaica Inn as a rainy-day activity. The dog was able to go everywhere (including into the museum). The museum was cute and well worth the £3 it cost (had coupons). Lunch was cafeteria style - you choose what you want. Reasonably...More

Thank martineegan0
Reviewed 13 August 2017

Having read the book years ago, I've always wanted to visit. However I found it lacking any kind of atmosphere, basically in amongst houses just off the main road. The museum promised a history of smuggling but was pretty much a collection of 'smuggled' items,...More

Thank 1906JaneH
Reviewed 7 August 2017 via mobile

My wife had always wanted to see this place , but never had the chance before it was very good value less then a tenner for a family of 4 , lots of interesting artefacts and a great 10 minute video explaining a great deal,...More

Thank Standone
Reviewed 7 August 2017 via mobile

We stopped here on way home from holiday. We visited here last over 16 years ago, and explained to our daughters (14+16) about the strange animals on display. We were a bit disappointed that they are no longer here as that was main reason for...More

Thank Rob G
Reviewed 19 June 2017 via mobile

We decided to drive to Jamaica Inn, have a walk around the surrounding area and then visit the museum and have some food, after getting there we could walk around so had a drink and then looked around the museum, this was quite interesting and...More

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KatieRum
28 December 2016|
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Response from Alison G | Reviewed this property |
in the pub bit but not in the eating part
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